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Power of Kindness, Carefully Done - Government Details to help others safely amid COVID-19 Outbreak


The Government has easy-to-follow details available providing guidance for those who want to safely offer help and support to others.

In March 2020, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new rules people have to follow to help tackle the coronavirus emergency. And whilst the single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives; during these unpredictable times people can still look out for neighbours or other vulnerable people in the community and offer help with shopping and other similar errands.

But in order to stop the spread of the virus it would benefit everyone to do this as carefully as possible to keep everybody safe whilst offering support.

The UK Government has published details providing guidance for those who want to offer help and support to others during this national emergency, using methods which allows them to do it safely and help toward preventing the spread of the virus.

The easy-to-follow guidance includes details about helping a vulnerable person who is staying inside and the various ways to help them.

For more details, or to view the guide as a webpage visit the Government website. These details can also be found with other guidance at the COVID-19 volunteering pages on the MVA website.



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