Reducing your risk from Coronavirus

We've put together this useful page which will give you some key ways that you can reduce your risk from Coronavirus and it's associated complications.

Post lockdown daily routine

We've designed a useful infographic which provides you with a clear pathway of things you should consider, throughout your day, to keep you healthy and help protect you from Coronavirus.

Share amongst your friends and family, or print it out and stick it up somewhere as a useful reference.

"Helping you return to a #HealthyNormal"

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Move More

Leading a physically active lifestyle reduces the incidence of communicable diseases, such as viral infections like Coronavirus. Regular, daily exercise can enhance the immune system and improve metabolic health.
Find out more - Being Active
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Lose weight

Obesity is linked to a host of health risks which have higher mortality rates from Coronavirus including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, some cancers and hypertension. Obesity is one of the most common conditions that requires intensive care admission due to the virus.
Find out more - Weight Loss
Give up smoking

Stop Smoking

Current smokers are at increased risk of greater disease severity. Smoking also harms the immune system making it harder to fight off infection. We are offering various free stop smoking services to Slough residents. #Quit4Covid
Find out more - Stop Smoking

Mental health

The anxiety caused by the threat of Coronavirus and the mental health concerns caused by extended periods of time at home are incredibly important to overcome. We have compiled a comprehensive list of support resources and key local services for all ages.
Find out more - Mental health

Health protection

There are four key things that you can do throughout your day to help reduce the chances of catching the virus:

1) Washing your hands- You should continue to do this thoroughly and regularly throughout the day for 20 seconds with soap and warm water. This includes when you've been outside, before you touch your face, before you eat and after using the bathroom.

2) Social Distancing - Staying 2m away from people when outside of your house remains crucial in helping reduce the circulation of the virus. This is especially important in busy public areas like shops, stores and on public transport.

3) Practising "Catch it, Kill it, Bin it" - Whenever you cough or sneeze, do it into a tissue or the fold of your arm. Then bin the tissue and wash your hands thoroughly.

4) Face coverings - Consider wearing a face covering when you are in a busy enclosed public space. If you use public transport or visit a hospital then face coverings are mandatory. They could be an old piece of fabric or a simple scarf.

Click here for the most up to date government information and guidelines

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