• coronavirus-covid19-viral-kindness-postcard

Coronavirus in your community

How to help your neighbours in your community

As news around the world about Coronavirus spreads on the news and social media, we immediately feel worried for our loved ones and close ones. We must also take a little responsibility for the elderly and disabled in our community. There is still much uncertainty as the virus is slowly spreading here in Buckinghamshire but we can play our part to help ourselves and others.

Fore mostly the NHS have issued basic guidelines to minimise the risk to ourselves and others.

If you are displaying any of the following symptoms stay at home and self isolate for 7 days and until at least 48 hours after symptoms disappear.

  • High temperature
  • New, continuous cough

The NHS has issued guidance indicating that the best way of stopping the spread of the virus is to take basic hygiene precautions, including:

  • When you cough or sneeze cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands). Put used tissues in the bin immediately
  • Wash your hands with soap and water often (20 seconds)
  • Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean

For more advice please go to the NHS website on Coronavirus CLICK HERE

However, we must try and keep a level of calm and perspective over this but one thing is certain we definitely know that the elderly are most at risk and with certain medical conditions the virus if it’s caught can be fatal.

If you are reasonably fit and healthy, chances are that you will be fine and you may like to do your bit for the community. A lady called Becky  felt the same way and came up with this brilliant postcard. You fill out the details and drop it through the doors of any neighbours you know that may be on their own. We have put 4 of these onto 1 A4 sheet to help save the planet and you can cut them up.

CLICK ON THE IMAGE to print your #viralkindness postcards off.

Thank you for doing your bit in the community and let’s help combat Coronavirus together.

Keep safe and #coronavirus free

#viralkindness #covid19