Coronavirus (COVID-19) is still around so it’s a good idea to keep doing simple things to protect our families and communities, especially those at the greatest risk of severe illness.
It is important to try to stay at home and avoid contact with others if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms of COVID-19. Find out what to do if you have coronavirus (COVID-19) or symptoms of COVID-19
Helping people get fit to fight COVID-19
If you do catch COVID-19 being as fit and healthy as you can be will help limit the impact it has on you. The NHS and our partners are working to help those most at risk get fit to fight COVID.
COVID-19 is serious. It can take people months to recover. That could be months of discomfort and months off work. In the worst cases the virus is a killer.
Make a change and get fit to fight COVID
The fitter you are, the better you can fight off COVID-19. Even small steps are worth taking; and it’s worth taking that first step now.
Things we should all consider doing:
- Quitting smoking
- Losing weight
- Eating healthy food
- Getting active
There is lots of help and advice available; with many services specially adapted to support you online and over the phone. Click on the below links to access the help you need.
No matter what your age or ability, Healthy Cornwall can help you lead a happier and healthier lifestyle. They provide support and information around weight management, healthy eating, physical activity, stopping smoking and healthy pregnancy.
Page last reviewed: 1 August 2023