Impact on living situation

It’s normal to be concerned about your risk of exposure, if you are or have been affected by cancer, as well as that of your loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic
It’s normal to be concerned about your risk of exposure and passing on COVID-19 if you work in healthcare and are also caring for a loved one whose immune system is lowered.
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The level of risk will vary depending on your personal circumstances, please talk to your doctor or treating team.
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You may need to consider your individual risk and how at risk your friends and family might be of being exposed to COVID-19.
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Regularly cleaning surfaces in your home and maintaining personal hygiene are key ways to reduce the chances of getting COVID-19.
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The decision about whether to send your children back to school or keep them at home is personal.
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People affected by cancer may need to take additional precautions to reduce their risk of contracting COVID-19.
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