Pancreatic cancer and end of life care during coronavirus
If someone you care about is near the end of their life, you may be struggling with the impact of the coronavirus restrictions, on top of everything else.
Read all of our information about end of life care during coronavirus
- Pancreatic cancer and end of life care during coronavirus
- Accessing end of life care during coronavirus
- Visiting someone at the end of their life during coronavirus
- When someone dies from pancreatic cancer during coronavirus
- Coping with bereavement during coronavirus
Being told that someone close to you is nearing the end of their life is distressing. Worries about the impact of coronavirus on the healthcare system, and limits on seeing friends and family may make things feel overwhelming.
We hope the information in this section will help you get support at this difficult time. We explain:
- how to access care at the moment
- visiting someone towards the end of life
- what if you aren’t able to visit them
- what to do when someone dies, including arranging the funeral
- how to cope with bereavement during coronavirus.
The information here is based on national coronavirus guidance. It was accurate when it was published, and we update the information regularly. But things may change quite quickly, so do check the guidance for where you live.
Updated 5 January 2021