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Information for people at higher risk
Coronavirus can make anyone seriously ill. But some people are at a higher risk and need to take extra steps to avoid becoming unwell. Those that are at an increased risk to coronavirus are identified on the NHS website.
If you’re in one of these categories, you may find some of the following information helpful:
Information on coronavirus, including updates on how you can look after yourself and loved ones, comments from Age UK, and ways you can support older people.
Health advice for people with asthma
British Heart Foundation
Coronavirus: what it means for you if you have heart or circulatory disease.
British Liver Trust
Coronavirus – health advice for people with liver disease and liver transplant patients.
British Lung Foundation
Here you’ll find all our information about coronavirus and useful links for the latest updates.
Cancer Research UK
Here you’ll find all information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and cancer.
Diabetes UK have created information for people living with diabetes and their families.
Kidney Care UK
The latest news and information about COVID-19 for kidney patients
Macmillan Cancer Support
Here is the latest guidance for people with cancer, Macmillan supporters and our volunteers.
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Answering your questions about coronavirus (COVID-19).
Multiple Sclerosis Society
MS, staying at home and self isolation - all you need to know.
National Aids Trust
Stay informed with the latest facts on Coronavirus for people living with HIV in the UK.
Parkinson's UK have created a range of information and support to help you during this challenging time.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Information for pregnant women and their families.
Sickle Society Society
This page provides the latest information and guidance regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) and sickle cell disorder.
The Stroke Association have put together this information on stroke and coronavirus (COVID-19) in partnership with NHS England.
Read their advice and tips to help you whilst you're staying at home.
You may have received a letter from the NHS telling you that you’re clinically extremely vulnerable, or been contacted by your GP or hospital clinician. If you have, you may wish to register for further support.