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Connect during Covid 19

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Positive relationships and staying connected with people is vital for your wellbeing.

Agreeing regular check-in times with friends, family and colleagues by phone or online will ensure that you feel connected and less isolated.

Limit time on social media and moderate news intake, being wary of false information by using only trusted sources such as NHS and World Health Organisation websites.

Resources for young people

Talk to the people who make you feel better. This could be your family or friends. Whilst isolating, try virtual face-to-face time through apps like Skype, or setting up group chats on Snapchat or WhatsApp.