Government Coronavirus Information
Published: 03 June 2020
Calling all experienced practice nurses!
The NHS is looking to boost its teams in dedicated Covid-19 clinics across the country.
Anyone not already working in an Oxfordshire practice but interested in helping care for patients during the pandemic, please complete this quick availability survey and they will be contacted.
Mental Health Information
Coronavirus Carer ID Scheme
NHS Cancer consultations available via telephone and video
New coronavirus clinics to help patients across Oxfordshire:
New hotline for diabetes patients during COVID-19 Oxfordshire NHS and Local Authorities Stakeholder Briefing: COVID-19 5th May 2020
Letter from the Prime Minister
UK Government Coronavirus Leaflet Covid-19 Information sheet from Robert Courts MP
For information on the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme click here
For information on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme click here
For information on the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme click here
For information on the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme click here
For information on the Business Rates Holiday for Retail, Leisure and Hospitality click here
For information on Cash Grant for Retail, Leisure and Hospitality click here
For information on Support for Businesses Paying Tax click here
For information on HMRC Business Support Webinars click here Business Support Information
West Oxfordshire District Council http://www.westoxon.gov.uk/coronavirus
West Oxfordshire District Council Covid-19 Briefing 23rd April 2020
West Oxfordshire District Council: Community Support 30th April 2020
West Oxfordshire District Council Financial Support for Businesses
West Oxfordshire District Council: Covid-19 Business Matters 28th May 2020
Oxfordshire County Council
Caring in a Crisis: Shielding the Vulnerable in Oxfordshire
Information on Government Food Parcels
Domestic Abuse Support Shared by Oxfordshire County Council and partners
Praise for Oxfordshire's inspirational care teams:
Organisations that may be able to provide Advice and Support Thames Water Covid-19 Support
Oxfordshire Businesses Warned to Protect over Covid-19 Scams
Oxfordshire residents have been warned to be on their guard against criminals and scammers exploiting the coronavirus situation.
Some scammers are claiming to be charity workers, offering assistance with shopping, or requesting donations.
Here are some tips from our Trading Standards team on how to check charity workers are genuine (graphic attached for social media and websites):
How to check if they are genuine:
- Check the charity’s name and registration number at gov.uk/checkcharity. Most charities with an annual income of £5,000 or more must be registered.
- Make sure the charity is genuine before giving any financial information – it’s ok to decide not to give on the spot. Be wary of unsolicited emails from charities you have never heard of and be careful when responding to emails or clicking on links within them.
- Exercise the same caution as with any other internet transaction, for example, to donate online. Visit the charity’s own website and always type the website address into the browser yourself.
- Contact or find out more online about the charity that you’re seeking to donate to or work with, to find out more about their spending. Ask a trusted friend, neighbour or relative if you are unable to research this or need a second opinion.
- Ignore requests to donate through a money transfer company.
Full details and advice from our Trading Standards team here: