There's a wealth of information - and misinformation - out there about Coronavirus and Covid-19. Here we have pulled together some of the most useful links for up-to-date information from Public Health England and Wiltshire Council.

If you have a new, continuous cough, a high temperature or lose your sense of smell, the Government has advised that you stay at home for 7 days. People living with you in your household will need to self-isolate for 14 days. 

You should ask for a test to find out if it is coronavirus, so that the infection can be tracked and traced. 

If your symptoms are mild you don't need to contact the NHS for medical help. But if your symptoms are getting worse and you reach a point where you would normally call for medical care, you should ring 111 for help.

If you are feeling anxious about coronavirus: It's completely understandable to be worried about the impact coronavirus may have on you or those you care about. Try to stay calm and follow the official advice from the Government. The charity Mind has information you might find helpful.

Local advice and support

The Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub is still open for support, advice or guidance. You can call the hub on 0300 003 4576 or email [email protected]  9am to 5pm on weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends. This can include help with accessing food and loneliness or isolation. The hub works closely with the community groups set up in the local area.

See our Dementia and Coronavirus pages for more about coping at home during the crisis, including resources, activity ideas and online music and movement sessions