Posted: Wednesday - March 18, 2020 12:39 pm     
In this ever-evolving situation, we continue to provide volunteer clinicians to help treat critically ill or injured patients. Obviously, our volunteers are having to take extra precautions in all their contact with patients including additional personal protective equipment when appropriate. This has meant that we have had to source increased stocks to help protect the welfare of our clinicians. 

We have postponed all our CPR events until it is safe to proceed with these once again.

Many fundraising events have been cancelled or delayed which is inevitably having an impact on our charity income.

However we are determined to keep the work of SARS going….
https://www.sars999.org.uk/donate-to-sars/

Thank you for your ongoing support and please ensure that you follow the NHS advice during these challenging times.
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
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Posted: Wednesday - March 18, 2020 12:39 pm     
In this ever-evolving situation, we continue to provide volunteer clinicians to help treat critically ill or injured patients. Obviously, our volunteers are having to take extra precautions in all their contact with patients including additional personal protective equipment when appropriate. This has meant that we have had to source increased stocks to help protect the welfare of our clinicians. 

We have postponed all our CPR events until it is safe to proceed with these once again.

Many fundraising events have been cancelled or delayed which is inevitably having an impact on our charity income.

However we are determined to keep the work of SARS going….
https://www.sars999.org.uk/donate-to-sars/

Thank you for your ongoing support and please ensure that you follow the NHS advice during these challenging times.
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

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