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End of Life and Guide to Funerals during Covid 19

During the Covid 19 pandemic, funerals have been particularly affected by the restrictions. Even though we are now in a period of Stay Alert and some restrictions are being gradually lifted, the need for social gatherings and funerals to be specifically restricted continue. As we see more evidence that Covid 19 has a far greater effect on BME communities, EQuIP has gathered advice and guidance for three different faiths  most likely to be practiced by BME communities in Warwickshire which all have end of life rituals particularly impacted by Covid 19 restrictions. We hope the advice and guidance is useful but please do get in touch if you need advice on other faiths and none.  Our thoughts are with everyone who has suffered losses during this difficult time.  

download our guide here: www.equipequality.org.uk/resources

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Community videos explaining how the new Test and Trace will operate in Warwickshire to keep everyone safe from any local Covid-19 outbreaks have been collected by EQuIP. These are by Jasbir Singh Sekhon and Sheila Parmar in Punjabi and Naina Kazmi, Zeb Shaheen and Qaiser Mehmood explain in Urdu.

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Community videos explaining how the new Test and Trace will operate in Warwickshire to keep everyone safe from any local Covid-19 outbreaks have been collected  by EQuIP. The first is from Sheela Hammond and the New Bilton Community Association, followed by Mahmoud Wehbeh in Arabic, Kailash Mistry in Gujarati, Om Gurung in Nepali and Anna Banas-Pas in Polish. 

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