Preventing and controlling outbreaks of COVID-19 in prisons and places of detention, PHE/MoJ (updated 4th August 2020)

Information for prisons and other prescribed places of detention on coronavirus (COVID-19). Recent updates: 4th August 2020 - added COVID-19 guidance for prisons and places of detention poster. 31st July 2020 - changed isolation period from 7 to 10 days.
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Conclusion: Most common form of physiotherapy interventions in patients with Covid 19 were therapeutic positioning, early mobilization and breathing exercises. Physiotherapy intervention appears promising in facilitating early patient ambulation and discharge. This study shows that it is safe and feasible to provide early physiotherapy treatment techniques in patients with COVID-19 using appropriate measures of infection prevention and cross contamination. PMID: 32978920 [PubMed - in process]
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This guidance is for those who provide unpaid care, such as friends or family, to adults with learning disabilities and autistic adults. This guidance aims to help those with caring responsibilities keep people with learning disabilities and autistic people safe, to support them to understand the changes they need to make during the COVID-19 outbreak, and to protect their own wellbeing. Update: 28 September 2020 Replaced links to social distancing guidance and easy-read counterpart with updated guidance on staying alert and safe, coronavirus outbreak FAQs and guidance on meeting with others safely.
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As college campuses grapple with outbreaks of coronavirus infections, research from the CDC suggests young adults are driving infection rates, putting older, more vulnerable people at risk.(Image credit: Michael Conroy/AP)
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The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak places perinatal women at higher risk of developing anxiety and depression. Uncertainty, fear, and confusion in medical, social, economic, occupational and political aspects of life in the US add to existing stressors that perinatal women experience. To optimize the quality of perinatal care during the pandemic, appropriate mental health interventions must be implemented to prevent and alleviate perinatal anxiety and depression and improve maternal and infant outcomes.
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