COVID-19 Help and Support

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This page provides up-to-date information, guidance, and advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As a local MP during this most critical time for our country, I believe I have three key responsibilities when carrying out my duties:

1.       Representing Mid Norfolk’s views, queries and concerns to Ministers and their officials in Whitehall.

2.       Disseminating and signposting Government information and NHS guidance.

3.       Supporting local leaders with the response on the ground here in Norfolk.

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COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions

  1.  What measures are there for the self-employed?
  2.  How can I take care of myself if I become infected?
  3. Personal Protective Equipment: Are sufficient supplies reaching the frontline?
  4.  Vulnerable people: What is being done to ensure they receive sufficient food / essential supplies?
  5.  Responsibilities of employers: What should you do if your employer says you should still go to work?

For full list of frequently asked questions I have received and answers CLICK HERE.


Latest Guidance, starting 13th May 2020: CLICK HERE to download FAQs: What you can and can't do


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