Useful Links

Coronavirus - What you can and cannot do 
MHDC Business E-Bulletin 
MHDC Email News 
Covid 19 - Here2Help 
Testing  - Information and how to book a Covid19 test.
Face Coverings - MHDC Advice on when to wear one and how to make your own 
Domestic Abuse - Steps for keeping safe during social isolation. 
Look After Yourself Whilst Staying at Home - As the nation stays at home to save lives, it's important that we all focus on looking after our mental wellbeing. Here's some hints and tips you can follow based on Public health advice.  Take a look at this video at https://youtu.be/Bs_R141HiUw and go to www.worcestershire.gov.uk/WellbeingAtHome to find out more.
Advice for Extremely Vulnerable People - Worcestershire County Council - The NHS have sent letters to residents and carers of people who have been identified as 'extremely vulnerable'. Those with family, friends or neighbours to care for them should follow the guidance in the letter to protect themselves from Covid 19. If you don't have a support network, help is at hand. Just visit www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable or call the helpline on 0800 0288327
Council Tax  Malvern Hills - If you are struggling to pay your Council Tax then you may be entitled to help from the Council Tax Hardship Fund or you could make a claim for Council Tax Support. You can also spread your payments over 12 months instead of 10.
Mental Health Support Adult - Mental Health Support Children and Young People - Trusted Mental Health Support is available across Worcestershire during these unprecedented times.
Children's Guide to Coronavirus -The guide aims to answer children's questions about the coronavirus, tell children how to stay safe and protect other people and how to help them make the best of their time at home.
Social Distancing -Worcestershire County Council - If the route you take for your daily exercise takes you to a crowded place, turn around and go home. Social distancing is important. It saves lives.
West Mercia Police - If you feel that lockdown rules have been broken you can report it here.
Worcestershire Job Match -The Coronavirus has left many without work. The job match is a new service that aims to match those looking for work with employers who need them now.
Careers Worcs -Do you know someone who's left education with no idea what's next. Qualified advisors are here to help guide them.