This page gives you coronavirus (COVID-19) related guidance and information produced by Guy's and St Thomas' and other trusted sources in the UK.
Our patient information leaflets
As part of your care you should receive information about your appointment, test, operation or anything you need to do when you return home. If you have not received the relevant information, please speak to your doctor or nurse.
See our lists of coronavirus (COVID-19) information leaflets
- You have been given this leaflet because you have been diagnosed with coronavirus and are now well enough to be discharged from the @home service.
- This leaflet explains the steps we are taking to make sure you and our staff are safe during your appointment.
- This webpage explains the steps we are taking to make sure you and our staff are safe during your appointment.
- This leaflet gives instructions about having a blood test to check for coronavirus antibodies, including what the results mean.
- This leaflet gives information about how you will receive your coronavirus swab test results, and the action you should take when you do.
- Produced by Mayor of London this leaflet explains what happens when a loved one dies in hospital from COVID-19
- This leaflet aims to give information related to patients in critical care at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, with possible or confirmed coronavirus.
- This leaflet explains more about having a CT-guided nerve block injection.
- This leaflet gives information about attending an appointment in the Dermatology Department during the coronavirus pandemic.
- This leaflet gives helpful advice on how to wear face coverings as well as hearing aids.
See our other leaflets
Not all leaflets have yet been updated to reflect our changes to services as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Looking for our children's patient information leaflets? You can find these on the Evelina London Children's Healthcare website.
Easy read guidance and information
We have put down a list of easy-read resources developed by the UK Government and Public Health England. Visit the coronavirus easy read webpage for more information.
Advice in different languages
The UK Government has translated some of COVID-19 guidance into different languages which you can download and print: