Information and Resources

Below are links to useful information and resources relating to coronavirus illness (COVID-19).

Communities 1st

Communities 1st provide services and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people in the districts of St Albans and Hertsmere to become more actively involved in the community.

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COVID Sympton Tracker

Help slow the spread of COVID-19 by self-reporting your symptoms daily, even if you feel well. Join millions of people supporting scientists to fight the virus. Help identify (a) How fast the virus is spreading in your area (b) High-risk areas (c) Who is most at risk, by better understanding symptoms linked to underlying health conditions.

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The Covid Generosity Project

We are researchers from Sussex University in the Department of Sociology, researching people’s experiences of human giving during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our project focuses on the people on the receiving end of giving, rather than on those who give.

We think human giving could be important in these difficult times, in which there has been a widespread loss of life, trauma and huge changes in how we live.

Have you experienced giving during the pandemic? If so, we want to hear your story.

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Eden Project Communities

Our aim is to improve the happiness and wellbeing of people across the UK by helping to build more resilient and better connected communities.

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The Foundation For Positive Mental Health

Support your mental health with the Feeling Good App – free access for the next 3 months with in-app: username – coboost and password positive.

Sleep Better: Feel Better.

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Free School Meals

Inspired by Marcus Rashford's efforts to get school meals extended through the holidays this directory will provide a list of businesses, services and organisations offering meals.


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Government Coronavirus advice.

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Information Commissioner's Office

ICO Blog: Community groups and COVID-19: what you need to know about data protection.

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National Health Service

NHS Coronavirus advice.

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World Health Organization

WHO Coronavirus advice.

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