How to manage your health and wellbeing during COVID-19

The rise of COVID-19 has seen changes all around us, and as Australians we are working together to support each other through these challenging times. But, for those who need a little more support, we’re here to help as best we can.

Healthy Eating

Though we may not be getting out as much as usual, the World Health Organisation suggests looking after your health and wellbeing should still be important. A great way to ensure you stay healthy is to be active and nourish your body with plenty of nutrient-rich foods. If you need a little healthy meal inspiration, Woolworths has a variety of delicious recipes to help you keep well. 

Browse our recipe selection.

Now more than ever, the wellbeing and safety of our customers and team are our priority. Get more information about COVID safe practices and shoping safely at Woolworths.

Woolworths Priority Assistance

Vulnerable and at-risk Aussies are eligible for our Priority Assistance service. So, if you or your loved ones require a little extra help during these challenging times follow the link for more information. We’re here to help.

Get more information about priority assistance.

Woolworths Basics Box 

If you don’t feel safe shopping for your groceries in-store, our Basics Box which contains groceries, meals and essential items can be purchased online by anyone.

Get more information about Woolworths Basics Box.

Talking to Children

If you’re having a hard time explaining to your kids why they can’t play with their friends or visit their favourite playground, then the below article from the ABC provides some reassuring tips and tricks to help explain COVID-19 and social distancing to children.

Learn more about how to talk to children about COVID 19.

Get up to date information about schooling and safety in the classroom.

Mental Health

It’s important to maintain your mental wellbeing during times of stress. If you or your loved ones are feeling anxious or are unable to cope with social isolation, we encourage you to speak to someone or reach out to one of the following support services.

Head to Health

Lifeline

Call: 13 11 14

Text: 0477 13 11 14 (6pm–midnight AEDT, 7 nights)