There is a lot of information to navigate online - some sources are better than others. For up-to-date quality information try some of these links. Social Media is also a helpful way to keep up to date with a rapidly evolving situation but remember not all social media accounts are accredited, and there can be misinformation and confusion - try to fact-check if you can, check the source of the information, check the date of the information, and cross check against other sources. It is helpful to be up to date, but it is also essential to switch off and look after yourself - we'll be posting some Wellbeing pages as soon as we can - meantime see links at bottom of list
NHS Inform - for up to date advice on how to protect yourself and others, managing symptoms, self-isolation, shielding, and general health advice.
The Scottish Government - for up to date advice and guidance from Scottish Government.
Health Protection Scotland - for guidance around infection prevention and control in healthcare and other settings.
Concerns about someone at risk of Domestic Abuse or Gender Based Violence? See SaferShetland.com
Healthy Working Lives - for guidance for employers.
Online Isolation note - if you can't be at work and need a note for your employer.
Hame-aboot Taegither facebook community group
Support for Self-Isolation Shetland facebook community group
SAMH - for Scotland's Mental Health, advice on staying well during self-isolation, or periods of increased work and stress.
Ready Scotland - more information for you if you want to help but don't know where to start
Accessible information on Coronavirus from the British Deaf Association