It’s normal to be afraid, worried or stressed in response to threats and uncertainty, and the COVID-19 pandemic has plenty of both. Added to this is the significant disruption to our daily lives – restricted movement, isolation away from friends and family, curtailment of activities, working and school from home, unemployment and the monotony of being in the same environment day after day. At a time like this, it’s critical that we look after our mental, as well as physical, health.

Taking care of your physical and mental health during the pandemic will not only help your general long-term wellbeing, it will also help you fight COVID-19 if you get it.


Eat Healthy

A healthy, nutritious diet keeps your immune system strong

Cut Alcohol & Sugar

Your immune system gets weak and high blood glucose may encourage the virus



30 minutes a day for adults and 1 hour for children keeps you fighting fit

Don’t Smoke

Smoking increases your risk of being severely ill if you become infected

Talking to people you know and trust can help.

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