Coronavirus.

Information and advice from the York Pi Jam team on the effects of the Coronavirus.

Latest statement:

What are we doing?

All York Pi Jam events and workshops are remaining suspended until further notice. The safety of our attendees and our team is, and always will be, a priority. We can’t wait to welcome you back to our events, but until the time is right, and we can be certain about the safety of our attendees and volunteers, the events will remain suspended.

In the mean time, our team have worked hard to provide you the York Pi Jam experience at home, and more.

We have decided to remove the previous advice from this page as the team were not able to review it daily and we want to make sure all of our information is up to date with the official guidance at all times.

Where can I get advice?

There are numerous places you can get advice on the Coronavirus outbreak, please avoid advice from social media as this may not always be from an official source.

  1. NHS (nhs.uk/coronavirus)
  2. UK Government (gov.uk/coronavirus)
  3. World Health Organisation (who.int)

For support with mental health we suggest the following, but there are other organisations out there which can help you.

  1. Mind (mind.org.uk)
  2. Samaritans (samaritans.org)
  3. Young Minds (youngminds.org.uk)
  4. You can also text the Crisis Text Line (UK) by texting Shout to 85258 which is available 24/7 and free on all major mobile networks.

If you, or someone you know, is in immediate danger of harm call 999 for the emergency services.

Why not try talking to someone you trust such as friends and family?

Thanks for your understanding during this difficult and confusing situation. Stay safe.

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