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Coronavirus and your wellbeing

Organisation: Mind

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You might be worried about the coronavirus pandemic and how it could affect your life. Some organisations may be asking their employees to work from home, or you may need to self-isolate to prevent the spread of the illness.

This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing. This short guide from Mind explains some of the difficulties you might encounter if you are required to self-isolate, and some ways to ensure your mental health is protected.

This information is to help you cope if:

  • you’re feeling anxious or worried about coronavirus
  • you’re asked to stay at home or avoid public places, for example if your employer asks you to work from home
  • you have to self-isolate. This means you avoid contact with other people and follow strict hygiene rules.

You can use the guide for your own information, or share it with other members of your staff. It’s also a really useful way to think through the issues that might be affecting those working with you.

Below you’ll find some other resources that relate to people working during the pandemic. You can also use your browser’s Back button to return to the selection you were just looking at, or click here to browse our list of curated toolkits to see if there’s one for you that relates to your sector.

NB The Mind site has a current problem meaning that if you are using the Safari web browser, on a Mac computer or on an iPad or iPhone, some of the text might not look right. Switching to a different browser should fix this.

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