Welcome to Healthy Suffolk

See the latest information and FAQs about coronavirus (COVID-19) in Suffolk


Annual Public Health Report 2021

This year's Annual Public Health report, 'Better together: Public Mental Health in Suffolk' is now live. 

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Looking after your mental and physical health this winter


This Christmas is going to feel a little different again, with some last-minute changes to plans.

Whatever your situation, it’s important to set time aside to look after yourself, keep active and connect with those you love, even if you can’t see them in person.

 For ideas to help you feel healthier and take care of your physical and mental health this Winter, try our

Winter Wellbeing Planner

Five Ways to Wellbeing logo and link to webpage

For tips to keep active over the winter months, visit:

Keep Moving Suffolk

Poster linking to the emotional wellbeing mental health and disabilities information hub

The COVID-19 Emotional Wellbeing, mental health and learning disabilities information hub contains a wealth of resources for professionals, adults, young people, those with learning disabilities, people coping with bereavement and those supporting someone with dementia.

Visit the hub!


Suffolk CoronaWatch logo

Suffolk's CoronaWatch is the home of data and information produced under the Suffolk Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). 

You can access national and local data. This includes confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), deaths from coronavirus, care home outbreaks and Google mobility data from the CoronaWatch dashboard, along with a series of briefings which have been produced on related topics, all from publicly available sources. 


Think You Know Public Health? 


Welcome to Public Health in Suffolk. We want people of all ages to live healthy lives – and that involves more factors than you might think. The work we do involves health behaviours, like diet and exercise, socio-economic factors like work and education, quality of care, environment and much much more! Take a look at the video below to find out more: