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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Your mental wellbeing

Stay informed

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it’s important to have the right information. Getting news from unreliable sources can make you feel more upset and anxious, which is unhelpful when it comes to mental wellbeing. Reliable sources, like the NHS and the Scottish Government, will help you to stay calm and safe.

NHS 24

Go to these sources first for health questions. If you have mild symptoms, or you’re worried about being at risk, you can get online advice without needing to phone.

Our coronavirus page

Remember, NHS 24 can’t provide individual mental or physical health advice on social media. If you need help, phone 111. If it’s an emergency, phone 999.

NHS 24 on Twitter

NHS 24 on Facebook

The Scottish Government

The Scottish Government provides advice and sources of help for businesses, parents, people travelling, and volunteers.

Information on coronavirus from The Scottish Government 

The Scottish Government on Twitter

The Scottish Government on Facebook

Ready Scotland

Ready Scotland is the official channel of the Scottish Government’s Resilience Division. It provides advice on finding extra support, and the help available for community groups. You can also find information on helping in your community and the best ways to shop responsibly.

Information on coronavirus from Ready Scotland

Ready Scotland on Twitter

Ready Scotland on Facebook

Remember, when things are stressful it can be helpful to take a break from the news. Take some time to focus on looking after yourself and the people with you.

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