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- Type 1 Diabetes
- Type 2 Diabetics (on SGLT2s)
- Type 2 Diabetics (not prescribed SGLT2s)
If you have any queries around Covid-19 Coronavirus infection, or if you have a new cough, high temperature of flu-like symptoms, you should consult NHS 111 online for the latest official guidance and the next steps. You should only telephone NHS 111 if you are struggling to cope with your symptoms.
If you are enquiring about a sick-note in relation to Covid-19 Coronavirus infection, including social distancing or self-isolation, please go to www.gov.uk for the latest guidance. Your employer should also do this. It may not be necessary to issue a doctors sick note.
In terms of prescriptions, the NHS guidance is that we will not be issuing prescriptions for longer than the usual one month duration, as this may lead to NHS medication shortages.
Please do not attend the Health Centre unless you have been advised to do so.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Helpful Links and Websites:
Check if you have Coronavirus Symptoms with NHS 111 Online
How to get an Isolation Note
Information and Guidance available on GOV.UK Online
Guidance on social distancing for vulnerable adults on GOV.UK Online
Get coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person on GOV.UK Online or call 0800 0288327
Advice for people living with Diabetes with Diabetes UK Online
Advice for people living with Asthma with Asthma UK Online
Advice from the British Lung Foundation Online
Advice from the British Heart Foundation Online