COVID-19 Keeping Safe
The government has recently set out a plan to live with COVID-19.
All of the COVID-19 rules (laws) have now ended. However, the government have made some suggestions about how we can all reduce the risk of getting COVID-19.
- It is no longer the law to self-isolate if you get COVID-19. However, it is suggested to stay at home if you can and limit your contact with others.
- You do not need to self-isolate or do daily tests if you come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
- It is not the law to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces. It is suggested when in a cowded indoor setting.
- When meeting indoors it is important to let fresh air in.
EASY READ PDF documents:
- An update on the government plan to live with COVID-19 (22.02.2022) by Inclusion North
- Omicron Poster by Photosymbols
- What is PPE? poster by Photosymbols
Other resource links:
- Coronavirus: how to stay safe and help prevent the spread by the UK Government Cabinet Office (GOV.UK)
- How to reduce the spread of infection with the people
you live with if you have COVID-19 by the UK Health Security Agency
- Video explaining how fresh air helps stop the spread of COVID-19 by the UK Government and the NHS
- Guidance for people previously considered clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 by Public Health England and the Department for Health and Social Care (GOV.UK)
- COVID-19 and the ventilation of indoor spaces by the UK Health Security Agency (GOV.UK)
- COVID-19 advice by Gloucestershire County Council
- When to stay at home and what to do by the NHS
- Poster explaining how to put PPE on safely by Public Health England
- Poster explaining how to take PPE off safely by Public Health England
- YouTube video about the Let’s be Clear campaign by the Barnwood Trust
- Let’s Be Clear – campaign for clear face masks and clearer communication across Gloucestershire by Let’s Be Clear