Coronavirus testing explained

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Throughout the pandemic, there have been frequent questions and queries surrounding the ‘testing’ of coronavirus and so we wanted to make sure you had up to date information to help...


Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

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Following the Prime Minister’s briefing on Sunday 10th May, the UK has outlined its first steps towards easing out of lockdown. There is an initial timetable in place, which the...


Coronavirus and heart medication

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Our charity partner, the British Heart Foundation, along with our Superintendent Pharmacist, answer your questions about medications and Covid-19 coronavirus, including whether you should still take your heart medicines, how...


Coronavirus (COVID-19) update for diabetics

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) can make anybody seriously ill, but for people with certain health conditions, the risk can be even higher. Diabetes is one such condition and if you or...


What to do if you require healthcare during the coronavirus pandemic

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Article published 29/04/20 With the nationwide lockdown still in full effect, we’re adjusting to a different way of living and interacting with people and services. One area of particular concern is...


Take your medicine, help protect the NHS

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Article created 22/04/2020 If you have a health condition which is managed with a regular prescription, it’s more important than ever for you to take your medication as prescribed in...


Pandemic precautions – what to do if you have to leave the house

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This article was published on 20/04/20. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many of us are having to rethink how we go about everyday activities such as going shopping, commuting to...


Coronavirus (Covid-19) update: Keeping you mentally stimulated throughout the pandemic

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As the UK’s coronavirus lockdown continues, many of us are understandably feeling anxious at the continuation of social distancing and self isolation, concepts which were unfamiliar to us until recently....


How you can help to reduce the spread of coronavirus

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As the infection continues to spread, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is still fundamentally changing the way we live our lives. The Prime Minister has been infected and our government has...


COVID-19 causing a national shortage of inhalers

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Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, there are a number of people who the government and NHS have identified as being more ‘at risk’ to the illness caused by the...


Managing your health during the coronavirus pandemic

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As the global coronavirus situation continues to develop, many of us are increasingly concerned with the best way to manage our health during this pandemic. We would like to give...


Supporting vulnerable patients during the coronavirus pandemic

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This article was created on 27/03/20. The government and NHS have been clear since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic that certain groups of people are at an increased risk of complications....


Pharmacy2U business update and continuity measures

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This article was created on 24th March 2020 Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s televised address on 23rd March, the country is on lockdown. As movement has been restricted with only a...


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