Yes, you can – the new rules allow you to go out to provide care or help to a vulnerable person, including emergency help. This includes getting food and medicines for them.
But it is really important you do not put yourself or the person you are caring for at risk. You should always observe the 2m rule and strict handwashing guidance.
Anyone who has symptoms or is self-isolating should stay at home – but they can still volunteer by taking part in home-based phone or social media befriending schemes. People in at risk groups – people who are over-70, pregnant or have an underlying condition – should also stay at home but can also take part in home-based phone or social media befriending schemes.
There many opportunities to volunteer while you are staying at home. Many County Voluntary Councils and volunteer groups are looking for people to befriend people over the phone through a regular phone call.
Register and find ways to help at Volunteering Wales.