Test Trace Protect


Have you or your family been affected by Covid19?

Are you struggling to pay your bills?

Is your income too low for you to manage?

Have you lost your job or had your hours reduced?

Are you sick or self-isolating?

Are you caring for someone who needs help?

YES, to any of the above?

The CAAND C19 Recovery Project can provide advice and support to help with these challenges.

We can provide you with a benefit check, specialist debt advice, employment advice, housing advice etc, to help you get back on track.

We can assist with food parcel deliveries, fuel and energy top ups.

Call Pamela on 07843758355

or CAAND 0300 123 9287



Throughout the pandemic, your support in following public health guidelines has been vital in reducing the spread of coronavirus. By doing so, you have saved lives. As ‘lockdown’ restrictions are eased, we face the risk of a second wave of infection. We can all help minimise that risk by continuing to support public health measures to control the spread, such as testing and contact tracing. Testing and contact tracing helps break the chain of  transmission of the virus. By identifying people who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus, and asking them to self-isolate, we can limit the onward spread (reproduction) of the
virus. Keeping the reproduction (R) number low allows us to continue moving towards more normal family, working and social lives. Friends and family can see each other, and schools and businesses can reopen. It will also help to protect our health service from being overwhelmed.

Testing and contact tracing will only work if we all play our part. This means:
• get tested if we have symptoms;
• help with contact tracing;
• self-isolate when we are advised to.

Along with social distancing and hygiene precautions, testing and tracing is our best chance to protect our communities from coronavirus.