Special centres are being set up in Oxford to to tackle the coronavirus crisis.
The "locality response centres" have been set up by Oxford City Council and voluntary organisation Oxford Hub, and will begin operating next week from five sites in the city - north, south, east, west and central.
Councillor Marie Tidball, cabinet member for supporting local communities, said: "Providing services and support in the heart of the community is essential, with staff and volunteers who can reach those self-isolating or needing extra support.
"Social distancing means we are physically apart from one another but we can still support each other as a community in many different ways.
"Over 3,000 people have already signed up to volunteer their time and skills... this is something our city can rightly be proud of."
More details are still to be announced, but volunteers can register here.