COVID-19 - Information

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Read more here - WLGA
  • COVID-19 Guidance: Read more here (multiple languages) - Doctors of the World
  • Information on coronavirus (COVID-19) for non-UK nationals: Read more here - Mayor of London / London Assembly
  • Factsheet on changes to Asylum Support during Covid-19 pandemic: Read more here
  • Children’s social services during the COVID-19 pandemic: guidance (UASC Section): Read more here - GOV.Wales
  • COVID-19: Support you can get if you do not have permission to live permanently in the UK: Read more here - GOV.UK
  • Guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection: Read more here (multiple languages) - GOV.UK
  • COVID-19: Guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK: Read more here (multiple languages) - GOV.UK
  • Covid-19 help for refugees and asylum seekers: Read more here (multiple languages) - Public Health Wales
  • COVID-19: Latest information and guidance: Read more here (accessible formats / multiple languages) - Public Health Wales
  • COVID-19: Resources for children: Read more here - Meic Cymru
  • Resources aimed at supporting RAS population with mental health during COVID-19: Read more here (multiple languages) - Royal College of Psychiatrists

Reports:

  • A major report on the complex and long-standing factors contributing to the disproportionate impact coronavirus is having on Wales’ black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities. This report by the BAME Covid-19 expert advisory group makes more than 30 recommendations to the Welsh Government to address the socio-economic and environmental risks it highlights: Read more here 
  • An unsafe distance - Rapid Needs Assessment by Doctors of the World shows excluded groups are being left behind in the UK’s COVID-19 response as control measures amplify existing health inequalities and put life-saving advice and care further out of reach: Read more here
  • A report published by the University of Birmingham on SGBV and the impact of COVID-19: Read more here

 

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