Coronavirus Information


As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds we find ourselves in a fast-moving scenario and I understand that members of the public are concerned on a number of levels.  It is clear that the virus will be with us for some time, but I would like to offer my reassurance that as your Member of Parliament I am working alongside my ministerial colleagues and others who are dedicated to ensuring that the public is protected.

As with any major incident, a lot of false information about this virus is being shared online - it is very important that you make sure that the information you use comes from a trusted source - all of the information on this page has been sourced from the NHS, Public Health England and the official UK Government website.

Information about coronavirus - COVID-19

Coronaviruses are a ‘type’ of virus. The coronavirus we are all hearing about is called COVID-19, but you may also hear it called - coronavirus.


For advice on identifying symptoms:

If you think you may be suffering from the symptoms of COVID-19, visit the 111 NHS website to go through their interactive online form:

For the latest Government advice:

For those who need to self-isolate:

For information on how the Government is supporting those affected:

For guidance on social distancing and protecting the most vulnerable:

Guidance for schools, colleges and local authorities on maintaining educational provision:

Guidance for parents and carers on the closure of educational settings:

For the latest advice on travel and those overseas:

If you are a UK national abroad and need help from the UK Foreign Office you can call:

(+44) 207 008 1500 for assistance and advice - or contact the UK embassy in that country.

For specific advice for Business Owners, Employers and Employees:

Government Business Support helpline +(44) 300 456 3565