Article on how to access groceries if you’re vulnerable and ‘shielding’ due to coronavirus

In this useful article from the MoneySavingExpert website they cover:

– Registering as ‘extremely vulnerable’ on Gov.uk to receive help including:

Free deliveries of food parcels. Your local authority will deliver a box with basic supplies such as pasta, cornflakes, tea bags, tinned fruit, apples, loo roll and biscuits. If you receive one it’ll be left on your doorstep (but you can request help bringing it inside if you need it). 

Medical supplies. You can get any medicines you need delivered by community pharmacies. 

Basic care needs. For example, if you need help with bathing or cleaning your home.

Registering with supermarkets for access to priority slots and then tips for placing online orders and how to find delivery slots

– Getting essential food boxes for £25-£35 from Aldi, Morrisons & M&S

– Other food-delivery options online, eg, recipe boxes 

CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE FROM THE MONEYSAVINGEXPERT WEBSITE

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