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During these unprecedented times we hope you are all keeping safe if you can. We offer our heartfelt thanks to all who are working to help keep us, and our communities, safe and secure. Whether you are working for the NHS, a Care home, in the Police, the Fire and Rescue Services - thank you. To the multitude of other key workers who are helping us through this, such as delivery drivers, postal workers, Gas, Electricity, Water, waste disposal, all of you are keeping our communities going. A huge thank you to you all and to the many more too numerous to mention.
It is worth remembering that during this pandemic, the Haslemere Minor Injuries Unit, Church Lane, Haslemere GU27 2BJ, is operating between 9am and 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm on a Saturday. In an emergency you should still ring 999. If you need medical advice you can ring your GP or 111.
We are deeply saddened for the loss of a loved one any of you may have had to endure and you have our hearfelt sympathy. We are sure other County Councils are offering help and support but Surrey County Council have a helpline for the berieved. Call 0300 200 1008 (Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am to 2pm). Cruse Bereavement Care can also help. Their National helpline is 0844 477 940. Their helpline dedicated to helping young people is 0808 808 1677. Please, do not struggle on alone. There are people able and willing to offer advice and support. More advice can be found at www.surreycc.gov.uk/coronavirus.
On a more positive note what has been remarkable is the community spirit which, perhaps already good in our communities, has shone through and if anything improved. Please, stay safe and do your bit to keep everyone safe, protect the NHS.
For more detailed advice on the coronavirus Covid-19, please follow the links below to the GOV.UK, the NHS website or the South East Coast Ambulance Serice (SECAmb) website. All will open in a new window.