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Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Please email or call us on 07422 966142 if you need support as a VCS organisation, or ring 01274 431000 if you are an individual in need of support. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a dangerous disease. We should minimise the risks by remembering, HANDS - washing your hands regularly, FACE - wear a face covering if possible and avoid touching your face, SPACE - be careful to stay at least 2 metres away from people not in your household when in public places if possible. 

If you have symptoms such as a new and persistent cough or a high temperature then please visit 111-online or call NHS 111. If you're told to self-isolate you should do so immediately for 10 days, and other members of your household for 14 days. 


All the latest information for vaccines, second doses, boosters and who is eligible, please visit the government website 

Further Information and Resources​

  • Social Media Toolkit The spotlighted topics include domestic abuse, mental health, and Voluntary and Community Sector support

  • BTM - Bradford Talking Media have released Easy Read/booklets/videos and audio links

  • Community Action Bradford & District has joined the VCS Emergency Partnership (VCS EP) which can help you get the things you need to help communities

Food Bank/Outreach Services

  • The Bradford Foodbanks landing page contains news of all foodbanks in Bradford along with low cost food markets and free crisis meals for the homeless

  • Wellsprings Together have produced an information pack for available food bank and outreach services

  • Age UK are looking to help older people who are self-isolating with shopping, befriending and posting mail

Government Guidelines

  • Most of the national restrictions in England have now been lifted, for information what what restrictions still apply you can find them here

  • If you need to use PPE for your profession, there is a useful video available here that shows the correct way to dispose of used PPE

Wellbeing Services

​If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, call 999, otherwise we have resources below to help.