Information And Routes To Support For People Who Are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable

Today we have finalised a letter to all CEVs in Leeds – giving them assurance about continued support if they need it, the updated advice for staying safe now restrictions have been lifted, and informing them about a range of health, wellbeing and welfare opportunities that are open to them.

You can download the booklet outlining these opportunities here: We have additionally made a limited number of paper copies – and if you require one of these, please send an email to

Attached to this email is the updated Routes to Support document – and as usual, I would encourage you to circulate to your teams/ partners or anyone who may be working with someone who is clinically extremely vulnerable. The Routes to Support document can also be downloaded here: if it is easier to circulate a link.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch. I will be around today and tomorrow and then on leave – but the inbox is being monitored.

Huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to putting together this comprehensive and diverse set of activities and support. #TeamLeeds We have had so many people tell us how they have felt cared for, supported and clinically “valuable” because of our approach – and many have asked me to pass on their thanks too.

Hope you all manage to get some rest over the summer,


Routes to Support in Leeds - Shielding Group - August 2021
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