The NHS may have changed how some services are delivered in response to COVID-19 but it is still here to help you when you need it.
If you do become ill over the weekend, go to 111.nhs.uk or call 111 for help or advice.
If appropriate you may be booked in for a face-to-face appointment at the appropriate site.
This could be an out of hours primary care appointment, Minor Injuries Unit or Urgent Treatment Centre.
Pharmacists and their teams are an essential part of the NHS and are doing their best to provide you with the medicines and advice you need.
To find your nearest pharmacy visit www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-pharmacy.
Your GP is still there for you and electronic consultation, telephone and video consultation will be the first contact as this ensures safety for patients and staff. GP staff will plan care for and with you, and you should continue to contact them, even though the way services are delivered will look different for the foreseeable future.
Visit your practice website to find out they best way of accessing services, or if you aren’t online give them a call.
If you or someone you are with has an emergency or is in a life-threatening situation, don’t hesitate call 999.
For the latest guidance on COVID-19 visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus.