How to contact The News during the coronavirus outbreak

THE coronavirus outbreak is beginning to have huge effects on all our lives.

Wednesday, 18th March 2020, 8:37 am
Updated Wednesday, 18th March 2020, 8:53 am

Boris Johnson has advised us all to avoid all pubs, clubs and theatres on Monday and to work from home if possible.

If you or anyone in your household shows symptoms of coronavirus you are now advised to all self-isolated for two weeks.

The Chancellor also announced a £330bn package to protect businesses during the outbreak.

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Due to the outbreak The News is also changing the way it works – and all reporters and staff are working from home today.

This means that there will not be anyone in the office to answer the phone lines.

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But there are plenty of ways to still get in touch with us if you want to share your story.

You can contact us via any of our social media pages – Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

While you can also contact us via the following email addresses:

General enquiries: [email protected]

Head of news: [email protected]

Head of digital: [email protected]

Head of pictures: [email protected]

Politics and Defence Reporter: [email protected]

Senior reporter Steve Deeks: [email protected]

Community reporter: [email protected]

Local Democracy Reporter: [email protected]

Gosport District Reporter: [email protected]

Health Reporter: [email protected]

Business Reporter (Maternity Cover): [email protected]

Havant and Waterlooville District Reporter: [email protected]

Fareham District Reporter: [email protected]

Crime and Court Reporter: [email protected]

Digital reporter: [email protected]

Education Reporter: [email protected]

We will continue to bring you all the latest and breaking news throughout the coronavirus outbreak.