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NHS Grampian statement on Covid-19

Thank you to Gerry Malley for producing this information video in British Sign Language based on our post ( from earlier today.
"I will share [with] you information from
NHS Grampian
Facebook page.
The Scottish Government announced that from 13th March, anyone developing symptoms consistent (similar) with coronavirus COVID-19, even mild symptom, should self-isolate (stay at home) for 7 days.
The most common symptom of COVID-19 are recent beginning of
- new continuous cough and/or- high temperature (fever)
If your symptoms worsen during home isolation, or does not get better after 7 days, please contact your GP or NHS 24 (111).
For Deaf people/BSL user living in Scotland, you can use Scotland's National BSL interpreting video relay service. Go to website to learn how to use it.
It is important that you do not go to your GP practice, pharmacy or hospital (A&E) if you have the symptoms. You need to protect yourself and other people.
For more information, check NHS Inform website to get up-to-date information about coronavirus"
NHS 24
North East Sensory Services