Covid-19 has become increasingly rare in the UK and there is no cure, but people with it can still be vulnerable to the virus.
BBC News asks what people need to know about the disease, and how to help people living with the disease.
How can you help someone with Covid?
There are a number of ways to help.
You can offer support to your family.
If you have children, you may want to get their help too.
You could try to get your child to attend a screening event, such as a doctor’s appointment or a GP visit.
If there is a screening test for Covid, it may be worth talking to your GP or specialist to find out if there is something you can do.
You may be able to get a test yourself.
You also might be able help your loved one if they have symptoms.
Talk to them about the tests they need.
There are lots of tests that are available, but some people are not likely to be able or willing to do the tests.
This is because they have other medical conditions that make them more susceptible to the disease and can be hard to understand.
You might be in a situation where you cannot do tests and you are worried about your loved ones health.
Talk about your options with your GP.
The GP may offer you testing to help you manage the symptoms of Covid and to help assess whether you need to get tests.
You should have a physical exam and the tests to check for CovID can include: blood tests