COVID-19 - Guidance and Information 

Guidance note for parents of children returning to school

Guidance note for patients returning to work

Guidance on symptoms of COVID-19 and when you need to self-isolate

Easy Read information about COVID-19

Covid-19 Easy Read

Getting NHS help when

you need it during the coronavirus outbreak


Easy Read Version

Here for you Hampshire

provides advice on common symptoms, illnesses and injuries,

as well as information on the support available to you when you are feeling unwell  

Please visit their website here

Support for your Mental Health during COVID-19

Privacy Notice - COVID-19 Addition

Guidance on Managing COVID-19 Symptoms


Fever in Children

Fever in Adults

Guidance on Social Distancing


The compulsory wearing of face covering on Public Transport

Face Coverings on Public Transport

Children and COVID-19

It is important to remember that not every unwell child has COVId-19. If your child is unwell please seek help from your GP, Pharmacist or NHS111. Gps, Pharmacists, NHS111 and hospitals are still providing the same safe care that they have always done.

The Healthier Together programme relies upon patients and healthcare professionals working together to improve how local healthcare is delivered. The website provide advice for parents, young people and pregnant women, and clinical resources to support healthcare professionals – which means that your child is likely to receive consistently high-quality care, irrespective of which healthcare professional they see. For more information, please click here

Information for children about COVID-19 is available by clicking this link - Childrens Coronavirus Fact Sheet

We are still providing childhood immunisation appointments. Please call reception to book your childs appointment. Only one adult can attend with the child and both adult and child will have their temperature checked when they arrive for the appointment. Please avoid bringing other children to the appointment.

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