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Covid 19: resources and information

This section of our website has been dedicated to compiling resources and information of the many different aspects of supporting our member organisations and community through the Covid-19 health crisis.

Please go our Vaccine Le Chéile section for information and FAQs on the importance of getting vaccinated, we launched this campaign because figures show that the Irish community in Britain has slightly lower rates of vaccine than the general population

We also have information and free resources for community groups looking to help encourage take up of the vaccine.

Government information on restrictions and travel

For information about England click here.

For the latest information on restrictions in Scotland click here.

For the latest information on restrictions in Wales click here.

Check latest updates from UK on travel from and to different parts of UK links below:

Travelling to Ireland

Check latest updates from Irish government HERE.


The government advice and guidance page is available here.

Caring for each other

What practical things can we do to look after ourselves and each other? Read more HERE.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Irish in Britain has compiled a list of steps that you can take to help support your mental health and wellbeing during this challenging time. Read more HERE.

Tips on Working from Home

In light of the number of people now working from home, Irish in Britain has compiled some tips to help make your experience as positive and productive as possible. Read more HERE.

Digital inclusion: keeping people connected

Cuimhne coordinator Zibiah Loakther writes on the importance of digital inclusion to overcome isolation. Read more HERE.

Charity Governance During the pandemic

This page includes questions for trustees to consider, as well as advice and guidance for charity governance, when normal operations are comprised. Read more HERE.

Caring for Carers

Many carers are in families, and it can be tough living alone with a loved one with dementia. Read more HERE.