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Guidance: ‘Keep Warm Keep Well’ leaflet

Public Health England

October 30
10:43 2020

Keep Warm Keep Well

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Top tips for keeping warm and well

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Public Health England (PHE)s Cold Weather and Heat-Health Watch Alerting Service, operated by the Met Office, is moving to a new, upgraded platform. Current and new users must register their email address with the new system by 1 November 2020. Due to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) it is not possible to subscribe current users to the new system automatically. The Cold Weather Alert Service begins on 1 November 2020 on which date the current alerting system will be closed down.

Keep Warm Keep Well is part of PHEs cold weather plan, which aims to protect peoples health and reduce harm from severe cold.

Published 2 November 2012
Last updated 30 October 2020 +show all updates
  1. Added updated version of the Keep Warm Keep Well (Coping with cold weather and COVID-19) leaflet.

  2. Added updated version of The Keep Warm Keep Well booklet.

  3. Updated for 2016 winter season.

  4. Added 'Top tips for keeping warm and well' leaflet.

  5. Updated for 2015 winter season.

  6. Updated guidance.

  7. Updated version for 2013.

  8. Changed introduction to indicate new edition coming. Changed lead organsiation from DH to PHE.

  9. First published.

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