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Coronavirus and Your Wellbeing

Covid-19, a new form of coronavirus, is dominating the news. It’s a worrying time for everyone, and social distancing measures can feel daunting and isolating. Mental health charity Mind has launched a new online page for people who are feeling anxious about coronavirus, staying at home and following social distancing guidance, and who have to self-isolate and follow strict hygiene rules. It covers how to handle staying at home, including adding structure and variety to your day, and how to manage rolling news coverage. It will be updated as the ongoing situation develops.

Mind now also have advise for managing feelings about lockdown easing. Lockdown has been difficult for many people. But when we were in full lockdown across the UK things might have felt more certain, as the rules were more clear. Now things might start feeling less clear, and there may be new challenges.

This page covers:
To find out what the rules are currently, see the UK Government’s page on Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do.

More advice on looking after your mental wellbeing

Self isolation and quarantine:
Children and young people:
Conditions and situations:
Key workers:

Voluntary Action Camden will be publishing the latest information and advice with regards to Camden as it becomes available here.

Get help if you’re staying at home in Camden because of coronavirus:

General advice on keeping yourself and those around you healthy and safe:
If you think you have symptoms please use the NHS 111 online service:
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London Independent Health Advocacy Service

If you want to make a complaint to the NHS, we are here to help you.

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Free Programme in Talking for Wellbeing
What's the idea?
It’s important to take care of our emotional wellbeing, just as it is to take care of our bodies. One way of doing this is to connect in a truthful and empathic way with others.
Who is it for?
Anyone who wants to take care of their wellbeing and support others.
What are your next steps?
Join us ONLINE for a Taster. Then you can:
  • Join a TALK FOR HEALTH CAFE; continue talking for wellbeing and gain communication skills.
  • Sign up for our in-depth 4-day Talk for Health Programme, online.
  • Follow these with ongoing groups for strong peer networks.
It’s all FREE and is commissioned by the NHS. You will learn and have space for:
  • Honest talking – being the real you
  • Empathic listening
  • Basic counselling skills
  • How to set up and be part of an ongoing group to talk for wellbeing.
Find out what we’re about and join us for our next Taster on Wednesday 20th May from 6-8pm.
Sign up to a Taster here or for more information about who we are and what we do, you can subscribe to our newsletter by sending us an email at
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