Coronavirus

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Staying safe

Stay at home

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home)
  • If you go out, stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people at all times
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • Do not meet others, even friends or family. You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.

Got questions about what you can and can’t do during lockdown? Checkout the Government’s FAQ’s page.

Latest news


UK Government Daily Briefings

If you want to hear the UK Government’s daily briefings (you might have seen these on the news), you can watch them by clicking right here.

Stats and graphs

There are lots of places where you can find reliable, helpful graphs and statistics if you want to keep an eye on the pandemic spread.

This info can be overwhelming. It might make you obsess or get anxious about the numbers. Remember that you can always talk to Meic if you’re worried, and that you should take care of your mental health by stepping away if things get too much.

UK Government Covid-19 stats page – You can find all the key stats from the UK Government here.

Welsh Government Covid-19 stats page – You can find all the key stats from the Welsh Government here (Desktop link)

Welsh Government Covid-19 stats page – You can find all the key stats from the Welsh Government here (Mobile/tablet link)

School and education

COVID-19: What does it mean for Graduations and Final Exams? – TheSprout

BBC Bitesize are offering daily lessons from some of the UK’s most-loved celebs, including gerography with David Attenborough, Spanish with Sergio Arguero and everyone’s favourite royal, Danny Dyer teaching History.

In 2016, Danny Dyer was revealed to be a descendant of King Edward III of England. Image Credit: BBC/Wall to Wall Media


Get help

If you ever need to chat to someone, you can always talk to Meic.

Meic is free, totally anonymous and doesn’t show up on a phone bill. You can get in touch by instant message (chat), text or phone.

You can reach them every day (even Christmas Day!) from 8am until midnight. They give information, advice and advocacy — so if you’re in a tangle, go to Meic.

Phone: 0800 80 23456  Text: 84001  Instant message: www.meic.cymru

Mental Health

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School & Education

School and education COVID-19: What does it mean for Graduations and Final Exams? – TheSprout BBC Bitesize are offering daily lessons from some of the UK’s most-loved celebs, including gerography with David…

Work & Money

Work and Money What does it mean if I’ve been furloughed by work? – BBC

Stats and graphs

Stats and graphs There are lots of places where you can find reliable, helpful graphs and statistics if you want to keep an eye on the pandemic spread. This info…

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