Bucks MPs have come together to release a statement to their constituents regarding the coronavirus outbreak.

The information comes from Rt Hon Dame Cheryl Gillan MP, Steve Baker MP, Rob Butler MP, Joy Morrissey MP, Greg Smith MP.

They said: "Coronavirus is having a huge impact on everyone. Our thoughts are first and foremost with the families and loved ones of those who have died or are unwell. Many people’s lives are changing – whether it is working from home, self-isolating, not going to school or finding empty shelves in the supermarket.

"We know that this is a very worrying time.

"As your local MPs, we are here to help in any way we can. Each of us has heard from local residents and businesses affected by coronavirus, and we have all dedicated our staff to giving these queries their top priority. We are also making sure that ministers know about the challenges you are facing.


"We are in regular contact with the local NHS and Bucks County Council, who are leading the direct response to coronavirus in our area. They are doing an absolutely brilliant job and we pay tribute to all the health service and council staff who are working day and night."

They then reiterate the best ways to stay safe and urge the public to follow the governments advice.

This includes social distancing, shopping sensibly and not panicking as "most people who get coronavirus will have a few days feeling unwell, and will then completely recover."

They then pledged to do their bit, they added: "Over the coming weeks, we will all have to make more changes to our daily lives; sometimes in ways we couldn’t have imagined.

"But if we all cooperate, all help each other, all take care of ourselves through this crisis, life will return to normal.

"As your local MPs in Buckinghamshire, we promise to play our part however we can."