Coronavirus advice

We understand that you might be feeling worried about the Coronavirus(COVID-19) and your MS.

We have put this page together as an information resource, it will be updated with new information as appropriate.

We are now asking a questionnaire about Coronavirus and how you are approaching the pandemic. It is really important that we capture how people with MS are dealing with the guidelines set out by the government and also any confirmed cases. We would be very grateful if you could log on (or join if you are not already a participant) and complete the questionnaire.

As of 14:15 this afternoon (March 26th), 2455 people have completed our coronavirus survey, and we thank those who have contributed so far.

If you are concerned about anything you should contact your GP or MS Healthcare team.

Clinician and want to report an anonymsed Coronavirus case? Click Here

The NHS have a great page on the symptoms of Coronavirus and how to stay safe:

If you suspect you have Coronavirus (COVID-19) this is an NHS questionnaire which helps you decide what to do: or you should call 111

The UK Government has a selection of resources here:

Including advice if you or someone in your household has contracted the virus:

MS and the Coronavirus

Advice from the government for people who are more vulnerable (including people with MS)

MS Society pages

MS Trust pages

Shift MS is a social network for people with MS Founded by MSers for MSers

DMTs and Coronavirus- the Associated British Neurologists have released guidance on the use of Disease Modifying Therapies in MS in response to the threat of a Coronavirus epidemic

International advice from the MS International Federation

Caring for yourself

Every Mind Matters has resources for making sure that your mental health is also being cared for. It has advice on de-stressing, anxiety, sleeping, and low mood

This Guardian article has some tips on entertaining children and exercise at home during isolation