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If you have a new, continuous cough and/or a high temperature and/or loss of taste and smell – or think that you may have coronavirus, DO NOT attend the GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.
If you have the symptoms above, even if they are mild, you must stay at home and follow the national guidance. Everyone who lives in your house must also stay at home and follow this guidance.
If you need to check your symptoms or for initial advice go to the NHS 111 online symptom checker
You should only contact NHS 111 by telephone if;
IF YOU ARE SERIOUSLY UNWELL OR SHORT OF BREATH AND NEED URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION CALL 999
If you do not have symptoms you should follow the current government rules for everyone and only leave your house for very few reasons; such as; shopping for essential items such as food and medicine or a medical need. See government guidance for details. Even when you leave the house it is important that you:
YOU CAN SPREAD THE VIRUS EVEN IF YOU DO NOT HAVE SYMPTOMS.
For up to date information about what you need to do to protect yourself and others, please visit the Public Health Wales website
How to get coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person
If you have a medical condition which makes you extremely vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19), you should have received a letter from the Chief Medical Officer. For more information go to this website
If you or someone in your family is experiencing mental health difficulties during this period, you may find the following NHS website helpful.
Remember that you can still ask for a GP appointment for a health problem not related to coronavirus. Please telephone the surgery for a telephone or video appointment