Health and care services remain open to help people with all health conditions, including COVID-19.
The majority of people experience relatively mild symptoms that can be dealt with at home with rest and over the counter medicines.
If you do want to speak to a health professional about symptoms you are concerned about but it is not an emergency, contact the
NHS 111 online COVID-19 service. If you have no internet access, phone by dialing 111. You can also contact your own local GP service.
Seek prompt medical attention if your illness or the illness of someone in your household is worsening. If it is a
medical emergency and you need to call an ambulance,
NHS - helpful guide for treating the main symptoms of Coronavirus
- If you think you need to visit an urgent care centre, hospital or GP, the local NHS are advising people to call NHS 111 before visiting hospital or urgent care centres. NHS111 staff can book time slots for patients at GP surgeries, NHS Runcorn Urgent Care Centre, NHS Widnes Urgent Care Centre and the emergency department at Warrington Hospital.