Layla Moran MP and your local Liberal Democrat team are actively supporting our community during this pandemic. Below are some links to local and national organisations that can help with advice and support. We will be updating this list regularly, but if you know of any we have missed off this list, please let us know!
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For the latest Government advice Click on the image to see current UK Government advice. Go to: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
If you think you might have coronavirus, go to www.111.nhs.uk/covid-19 to make an assessment.
This page is designed to help constituents access guidance and support with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was last updated on 27th August 2020
If you or someone you know has been identified as extremely vulnerable by the NHS and have no support network, please contact the dedicated team on 01865 89 78 20 or email email@example.com.
If you live in Oxford City, you can also phone 01865 24 98 11 between 8am and 5pm or visit www.oxford.gov.uk/CommunityAssistance
If you live in the Vale of White Horse, Call 01235 422600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to: www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/services-and-advice/coronavirus-community-support
Residents having problems of any kind should not hesitate to contact their councillors:
Local official guidance
If you need help supporting your children's learning during school shut-downs, check with their school to find out what help might be available.
BBC Bytesize might also be a useful home learning resource
Daily Info: frequently updated, including which businesses are open or offering deliveries.
NHS Volunteer Responders are needed to transportation and community support.
Oxfordshire All In have been mapping the Coronavirus support groups across the county.
Oxford Hub has been coordinating an Oxford-wide community response to the coronavirus.
Oxford Covid-19 Mutual Aid (facebook / twitter) helps connect people in and around Oxford online.
Researchers from Kings College London among others want people to help track their symptoms.