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Smoking increases the chances of getting lung and respiratory disease.  The Secretary of State for Health said "It is abundantly clear from the research into previous coronaviruses that smoking makes the impact of a coronavirus worse".  This was echoed by the Chief Medical Officer's advice that "If you are going to give up smoking, this is a very good moment to do it". 
Even if you’ve tried many times before, it’s never too late to quit.  Download the smokefree app to get a personal quit plan and check out the other online resources.
If you need one to one support to quit smoking Be Well is operating a telephone support service.  Call 0161 716 2000 to speak to someone who can help.
If you smoke and are spending more time at home, the impact of your second hand smoke on other people you live with will be bigger.  It’s especially important if you are a person who smokes and are also a parent to limit the effects of smoke on your children.  Get help to quit, and in the meantime, click the below link to find practical tips on how you can keep your home smoke free through the Covid-19 restrictions.