Guidance: COVID-19: guidance for commissioners and providers of services for people who use drugs or alcohol

Published 15 April 2020
Last updated 11 December 2020 +show all updates

  1. Updated to reflect recommendations for best practice for drug and alcohol services in the current stage of the pandemic.

  2. Updated guidance with information on local restrictions from 2 December.

  3. Updated guidance in line with national restrictions commencing 5 November 2020.

  4. Updated to include information on local COVID alert levels and virus transmission.

  5. Updated in line with regulations limiting the number of people permitted to attend a support group to 15.

  6. Added statement on hands, face, space; updated guidance on return to school; added links to social distancing and what you can and can’t do; amended to reflect change to 6 people meeting.

  7. Changed isolation period from 7 to 10 days.

  8. Guidance updated relating to PPE supply, NHS test and trace, accessing treatment and meeting of groups inside and outside.

  9. Added link to ‘COVID-19: information on stopping drinking for people dependent on alcohol’.

  10. Updated information on symptoms.

  11. Added clarification on guidance and legislation.


  12. First published.


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