Government guidance and advice
Step 2 COVID-19 roadmap 2021
- No earlier than 12 April
- At least 5 weeks after Step 1
- GOV.UK guidance – Find out what you can and cannot do
- Roadmap out of lockdown
From 8 March, people in England will see restrictions start to lift and the government’s 4-step roadmap offer a route back to a more normal life.
Guidance and support on:
- Local COVID Alert Levels
- Protect yourself and others from coronavirus
- Testing for coronavirus
- Work and financial support
- Businesses and self-employed people
- School openings, education and childcare
- International travel and immigration
- Driving and transport in the UK
- Healthcare workers, carers and care settings
- Health and wellbeing
- Housing and accommodation
- Volunteering and offering help
- When someone dies
The free NHS COVID-19 app is a vital part of the NHS Test and Trace service.
Advice on shielding changed on 6 July. Essential food parcel deliveries ended on 31 July.
Guidance on shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19.
Face coverings must be worn on public transport and from the 24 July 2020 in shops and supermarkets.
To use the free GOV.UK Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp:
- Add 07860 064422 to your phone contacts
- Message the word hi in a WhatsApp message
Users will get information on topics such as coronavirus prevention and symptoms, advice on staying at home, travel advice and myth busting.
Updates on how coronavirus is affecting services, and information, advice and guidance for residents.
Easy Read documents are for people with learning disabilities to help them understand important information. The information is written in short sentences that avoid difficult words or jargon.
Lots of other people use Easy Read information too:
- Older people
- Young people and children
- People who don’t speak english as a first language
- People who don’t have enough time to read long, complex versions of information