I'd like to repeat the resources I mentioned the other day - and add a few new ones...
If you are a key worker be it a plumber, supermarket assistant, ward clerk, delivery driver or anybody else who is vital to this situation - thanks - it's much appreciated. If you are staying in isolating as best you can, stay safe and only make those essential journeys if you can - and make your regular exercise local. Keep talking to everyone you know - and maybe don't know so well, make sure people who might need help are okay.
If you are able to, the NHS are looking for volunteers:
Also there maybe local Mutual Aid in your area that could use your help:
If you want to help collect data for medical science (King's College, Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital etc), there's this app:
Action Together are co-ordinating our local volunteer services to help in our communties. They need your help and are currently registering people interested in volunteering in response to Covid19. If you can help in any way please contact them through their website.
CALM / @theCALMZONE offer a free, confidential helpline 0800 58 58 58 & webchat open 5pm-12am daily. Their helpline and webchat is for people in the UK who are down or have hit a wall for any reason, who need to talk or find information and support.
NHS advce. Advice for everyone, advice for people at high risk, symptoms and what to do, and self-isolation.