General COVID-19 Information

It is normal and understandable that you might feel anxious about contracting COVID-19, especially if you are or have been affected by cancer. It's important to be informed and aware, and to speak with your doctor or treating team about any concerns you may have.
Where possible, cancer information and support services are being provided online, via email or over the phone.
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Across Australia, our Cancer Council 13 11 20 information and support line remains operational.   Our 13 11 20 staff can not only link you to informational, practical, financial and emotional support services that are still operational within Cancer Council but also with services and support offered by a range of other cancer charities. If you are feeling anxious, have questions or need support, please remember that our specially trained team are there for you and can provide practical tips for minimising the risk of infection during this time.   Where possible, many of our services are being made available over the phone, via the internet or email, or Skype.   Cancer Council services, such as transport to treatment vary on a state and territory basis so we encourage you to check with your local state or territory Cancer Council by calling 13 11 20 to confirm which services are operational in your area.   And of course, the Cancer Council Online Community, is available for anyone affected by cancer to access 24x7, every day of the year.
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