Our Office Number: 01606 331 853

Our Office Number: 01606 331 853

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated 18.05.2022

There are no more Covid restrictions in place.

Our FAQ(s) have information about where you can get help in different situations.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We have made a list of questions we are most often asked. We will update these regularly.

Question: I am clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid 19. If I catch it, what should I do?

Answer: If you are clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid 19 (or think you might be) you can still get free Lateral Flow Tests (LFTs) to test for Covid 19. If you test positive you should be offered an appointment to get anti viral medication as soon as possible.

Please click the links below for information

Question: I’m worried about the relaxation of the rules. What should I do to keep safe?

Answer: We understand that people may feel worried about the changes to the restrictions. To keep yourself safe you could:


▪️ Wear a face covering if you can
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Take a test if you have any symptoms
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Self isolate (this means stay at home away from others)

Below are links to general advice and information 

These links are to information or support not managed by Disability Positive but may be useful:

Links and downloads

Update – Some people with disabilities or long term health conditions are exempt from new face covering rules – Covid-19

Disability Positive CEO said: “I’m delighted that the guidance makes clear that if wearing a face covering is difficult because of disability, health condition or communication issues, then you do not have to wear one”

Continue Reading Update – Some people with disabilities or long term health conditions are exempt from new face covering rules – Covid-19

Advisory guidance eased for people classed as ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ to the effects of the virus – Covid19

Millions of people shielding from coronavirus (COVID-19) will be advised they can spend more time outside their homes from Monday 6th July. Advisory guidance is to be eased for 2.2 million people who were classed as ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ to…

Continue Reading Advisory guidance eased for people classed as ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ to the effects of the virus – Covid19

NHS Track & Trace

The latest regarding the NHS Test and Trace service is that some people will be asked to self-isolate if they’ve been in close contact with a confirmed case. You must then complete the full 14 day self-isolation… ⚠️BEWARE of scammers…

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