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For the government's latest guidance for charities see GOV.UK: COVID-19 guidance for the charity sector
Also useful is government guidance written in August 2019 on guidance for emergency responders to assist the coordination of spontaneous offers of support from the public during an emergency Planning the coordination of spontaneous volunteers in emergencies
Neighbourhood Watch advice includes concerns about a rise of frauds people should be aware of.
Support for extremely vulnerable people
Those with a medical condition that makes them extremely vulnerable to coronavirus can register for help and support. For example, they can ask for help getting deliveries of essential supplies like food. Anyone who is not sure whether their medical condition makes them extremely vulnerable, is advised by the government to register anyway. People can register themselves, or on behalf of someone else.
Information from the Money Advice Service
The Money Advice Service has information on its website for individuals and families:
Coronavirus and your money
Coronavirus – what it means for you and what you’re entitled to
Support for people struggling to pay energy bills
The government and energy companies have agreed a range of support measures to help people struggling to pay energy bills.
Ofgem information on support available
Information in other formats and languages
An easy read guide to Coronavirus based on the current ‘Advice on Coronavirus for places of education’ from Public Health England.
A guide for children from the Children's commissioner.
Information in sign language produced by SignHealth.
Advice for patients translated into multiple languages by Doctors of the World. The guidance is based on the UK government’s updated advice and health information.