PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND THE PRACTICE IF YOU HAVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
**UPDATED ADVICE – ALL PATIENTS WITH A HIGH FEVER (ABOVE 37.8 DEGREES) OR A NEW PERSISTENT COUGH MUST SELF ISOLATE AT HOME FOR 7 DAYS. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ADVICE**
Advice to stay at home in an easy read format click here
NHS 111 has an online corona virus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do. Use this service if you think you might have corona virus -do not go to a GP practice, pharmacy or hospital.
If you are concerned please use the 111 e consult form below for advice
or contact 111 by telephone using the number 111. This service is currently receiving high levels of calls so there may be a delay in your call being answered. PLEASE ONLY USE THIS SERVICE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO MANAGE YOUR SYMPTOMS. If you are unable to contact 111 call the practice.
The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital have produced a handy leaflet to help you understand how to self isolate and what to do if you are requested to attend for testing. The leaflet can be found here
To find out more about about Corona Virus please visit the NHS pages here for advice.
You can also download the NHS App for up-to-date information on your phone or tablet. You can download the NHS App here
ADVICE FOR PREGNANT WOMEN
Specific Advice for women who are pregnant can be found here
ADVICE FOR PARENTS
The Department for Education has provided an advice line for concerned parents, you can access the service on 0800 046 8687 (8am – 6pm Monday – Friday) . You can also contact them by email on [email protected]
This simple infographic can help parents explain school closures
The Barnfield Hill Team