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Looking after each other? The weekend is the perfect time to call friends, neighbours and relatives to see how they are coping and to check they are ok during this difficult time. If someone you know is having trouble please call 01432 260027 or visit the Talk Community website HERE

What is Talk Community?
Herefordshire Council Talk Community COVID-19 response team has been set up to provide help and support where it’s most needed in Herefordshire, to identify and support the most vulnerable residents in the county. 

The response team is made up from volunteers based around the county so they can reach people no matter where they are located, or how isolated their location.

This is a worrying and challenging time for many, so in response to the outbreak of COVID-19 they are working with community organisations and local businesses to help connect people to support in their local area.

They will continue to provide reassurance and support over the coming weeks, helping you to live well in your own home for as long as is needed.

If you are worried about how you might cope in the coming weeks, have gaps in your support plan or need extra assistance, then the Talk Community’ COVID-19 response team can help you.

You can complete our request for support form / Request for help from community volunteers HERE

Call them on 01432 260027 or email talkcommunitycovidresponse@herefordshire.gov.uk

Local support and assistance
If you would like to volunteer to help support elderly, frail, disabled, and vulnerable people and families in Herefordshire, please complete our volunteering form HERE

Health advice
Follow NHS advice if you have coronavirus symptoms as described on their website HERE

There is currently no specific treatment for coronavirus. It's therefore important to follow the latest NHS advice and stay at home guidance for people with confirmed or possible coronavirus infection on the gov.uk website. This will help stop the spread of coronavirus and help protect others in your community while you are infectious.


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