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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus information for people affected by leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma or any blood cancer.

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Staying safe and government guidance

The latest government links and guidelines in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and what to do if you can't follow all the guidelines. Updated 9 November 2020.

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Work and money worries if you're at high risk

Your rights at work, what COVID-safe means, help talking to your employer, and where to get financial support. Updated 2 November 2020.

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Understanding your level of risk

How to think about the risk of coronavirus in the general population, in blood cancer, for you individually, and how to cope with this. Updated 14 October 2020.

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Coping with your emotions about coronavirus

If you're feeling anxious, stressed, sad or angry right now, you're not alone. Here are some helpful links and resources. Updated 14 October 2020.

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Employers that are supporting clinically extremely vulnerable people to shield in lockdown

Our list of employers who are paying full salaries to their clinically extremely vulnerable staff who can’t work from home during lockdown .

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Blood cancer, coronavirus and starting my career

Nabeela talks about starting a new job during a pandemic, after shielding for three and a half months.

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Blood cancer and coronavirus

Who is at high risk from coronavirus, understanding your own level of risk, what to do if you get COVID-19 symptoms, and how coronavirus may affect treatment plans.

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Latest news on COVID-19 and blood cancer

Find out about our work to support people with blood cancer during the pandemic

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Blood cancer and coronavirus stories

Hear from other people with blood cancer about how they are managing everything from their emotions or physical health to their work or study.