Covid-19 has impacted our lives in different ways. For some, this has led us to feel higher levels of stress, anxiety and loneliness.
Here you can find information that can support you during this time by equipping you with the tools and skills to improve your wellbeing.
Guidance and updates
Keep up-to-date with Covid-19 guidance and support from the Scottish Government, NHS Inform, Edinburgh Council and Ready Scotland. Here you will the most up-to-date information on:
- local protection levels
- travel and transport
- support if you are self-isolating
- Covid-19 symptoms
- test and protect
- Covid-19 vaccine rollout
- local businesses
- schools, colleges and universities
For the latest advice on schools, workplaces, shopping, local protection levels, vaccine rollout and more.
Latest guidance from NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government, including physical distancing measures and advice for households that have the virus.
Local guidance and information for Edinburgh’s citizens.
Advice and information from the Scottish Government on how you can stay safe, get help, and help others during this time.
Wellbeing across Scotland
To support people throughout Scotland, the Scottish Government launched the ‘Clear Your Head’ campaign. This online resource highlights practical things that you can do to look after your mental health and wellbeing during Covid-19.
The National Wellbeing Hub acts as a ‘front door’ to a wide range of support and wellbeing resources for people working in health and social care. This includes unpaid carers, volunteers within the health and social care services, and their families.
We see a lot of information being published, whether online or in print, about Covid-19. At times this can be overwhelming and it’s hard to know what information to trust.
The resources listed on our Covid-19 support page are the official websites for updates and resources set out by the Scottish Government. If you have read something online or heard from someone information about Covid-19 and you are unsure if it is true, you can use the following resources to check it is from a reliable source:
Full Fact – a team of independent fact-checkers and campaigners who find, expose and counter the harm it does.
OfCom – a large list of fact-checking information and links to organisations who can help you find reliable information