Coronavirus Advice for Travellers, Migrant Workers and Foreign Speakers

Health Advice for Gypsies, Roma and Travellers 

Coronavirus guidance for people who live on Traveller sites, live on the roadside in vehicles or live on canal boats who have symptoms of coronavirus is available on the Friends, Families and Travellers website
Further advice and support can be found on the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller facebook support group run by Cambridgeshire County Council. 

Health Advice for Migrant Workers 

Health information for migrant workers has been provided on the GOV.UK website.The main messages are: 
There can be no charge made to an overseas visitor for the diagnosis or treatment of coronavirus (COVID-19). 
All overseas visitors, including anyone living in the UK without permission, should be aware that: 
  • No charges apply to testing for COVID-19, even if the result is negative, or to any treatment provided for COVID-19 if the result is positive or up to the point that it is negatively diagnosed. The same is true of most other infectious diseases. 
  • NHS trusts have been advised that no immigration checks are required for overseas visitors that are known to be only undergoing testing or treatment for COVID-19. 
Find health information and advice about COVID-19 on the NHS website

Health Advice for Non-English Speaking Residents 

Doctors of the World, in partnership with the Red Cross, Migrant Help and Clear Voice, have provided COVID-19 advice in over 20 languages, including Portuguese, Polish and Urdu. 
The advice documents can be found in the Cambridge & Peterborough Health Partnerships Google Drive library