Vlogging from Isolation

Vlogging from Isolation March 25, 2020

I went live on Facebook to talk about some practical tips and some science regarding the Coronavirus situation in the UK. I will end this article with some links to other articles discussed in the video. Perhaps the most exciting thing from a medical point of view that I mention in passing is the idea of giving antibodies from people who have recovered from Coronavirus to help treat those who are suffering.

I mentioned that there is shortly going to be an Online Revival Conference.

Practically, I also mentioned New Covent Garden Market is offering delivery to the UK of fruit and veg etc. Also Sainsbury’s have a vulnerable person priority list you might be able to get on to for delivery slots (others will follow I’m sure). Also try local dairys some of which are able to deliver also. And if you are in need of help don’t be ashamed to ask community volunteers for support.

In terms of keeping up with the news, there are two resources I tend to follow most of all. The Coronavirus Newscast / podcast from the BBC is well worth a listen or watch. It’s on every day as an audio on BBC sounds or your podcast platform of choice and on the iPlayer as video once a week. I have also been watching Dr John Campbell on YouTube.

“‘I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.’”
‭‭John‬ ‭16:33‬ ‭NIVUK‬‬

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