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

Annual Public Health Report 2020




This year's Annual Public Health report, 'A Time to Change: Working Towards Better Health For All in Suffolk' is now live. 


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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. 


Looking after your mental and physical health while at home


If you have to stay at home due to coronavirus (COVID-19), you may be feeling bored, anxious or lonely.

It’s important to understand how you are feeling and to do some simple things which can help you feel better. 

The Five Ways to Wellbeing gives advice on what we can do every day to make ourselves feel good.

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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!

Is it Normal For You? - Get to know the signs and symptoms of cancer


1 in 2 people will be affected by cancer in their lifetime.

But when cancer is diagnosed at an early stage, treatment is more likely to be successful. The most important thing you can do is get to know what is normal for your body and if you notice anything unusual, don't put off contacting your GP. 

Some of the most common signs and symptoms of cancer are:

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If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, or any symptoms which are not normal for you, do not delay in contacting your GP. Find out more.