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COVID-19: Category one countries and cities (as of 2 March 2020)
- Wuhan City and Hubei Province China
- Daegu or Cheongdo - Korea
- Italian towns covered by containment measures
- (this includes transit in one of these countries)
This list is updated daily so please visit, please visit the gov.uk page.
If you have returned/transited from a category one city or country you must:
- self-isolate immediately - this means stay indoors and avoid contact with other people as you would with the flu
- call NHS 111 to inform them of your recent travel to the area
- report the isolation/sickness to your line manager
- line manager to record the incident on Datix.
You must follow this advice even if you do not have symptoms of the virus.
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One You Westminster offer a range of free community services for Kensington and Chelsea residents, supporting them to make meaningful changes to their health. Click here to find out more or pop into the surgery for a leaflet.
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One You Westminster offer a range of free community services for Kensington and Chelsea residents, supporting them to make meaningful changes to their health. Click here to fin d out more or pop into the surgery for a leaflet. Are you student or staff member looking for a local GP? Why not register with our practice today?
Click here to complete the online pre-registration.
It is quite common for people to have gone through life without an autism diagnosis, feeling that somehow they don't quite fit in. Many people learn to cope with life in their own ways and at times this can become hard work. They might be married or living with a partner, have families or successful careers. Others may be more isolated and find things much more of a struggle.
If you have any personal concerns please speak to your GP who could refer you to our ASD Clinic.
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Having trouble getting an appointment?
You can also ask your local pharmacist for medical advice and support.
They may not be at the pharmacy counter when you go in but you can ask to speak to the pharmacist for non-urgent medical advice.
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Online support group for students with possible eating disorders every Tuesday at 7pm
Eating disorders can be deeply isolating for the people affected by them. Beat offers an online support group for students every Tuesday at 7pm. This allows people to talk to others with similar experiences, helping them to feel less alone with their eating disorder. Click here for more information.