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Coronavirus: Where to get advice and support

Both Jersey and Guernsey's governments have launched telephone lines and online pages to keep islanders up to date on the latest developments. Credit: ITV News

Both Jersey and Guernsey's governments have launched telephone lines and online pages to keep islanders up to date on the latest developments.

Anyone who develops symptoms, such as a fever, dry cough and shortness of breath, should not visit their GP or the Emergency Department and instead should phone one of the helplines below and self-isolate.

Any islander who feels very unwell should call 999 and inform the operator of their symptoms and travel history.

JERSEY

  • Call 01534 445566 - the lines are open between 8.30am and 11pm seven days a week.
  • Travel advice and information is available here.

GUERNSEY

  • Call 01481 756938 / 01481 756969
  • Travel advice and information on the status of Coronavirus tests is available here.

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