Hi everyone. I thought I'd start this thread so we can help each other to navigate through the difficult financial times ahead. I do my banking with Tesco bank. I've been in touch with them via the phoneline and, after a wait of about twenty minutes, got connected. This is what they have offered me to help to keep my debt to a minimum. There is an online form for anyone with a Tesco Bank loan. You can fill out the form and have the loan payments stopped for two months. Interest may still accrue. If you speak to a member of staff on the phone they can stop your direct debit for the loan straight away. Then you go online and fill out the form for the two month suspension. In my case this will cover April and May payments. If you have an overdraft, it seems they are not too bothered if you go overdrawn into a previously arranged overdraft and will cancel any interest on the overdraft though this might at first show as being charged. This allowing that everyone at the bank is under great pressure and things take time to sort out. I've told them I will be drawing £200.00 out of a cash machine when I can get to one. This will take me into overdraft and that overdraft will be maxed once I pay my other bills this month. So I have some breathing space until 30th April 2020 by which time my claim for universal credit will hopefully be sorted and a up-front loan against the payment, made to me. I'll also be able to get started on the 80% calendar monthly payment from HMRC for the self employed to begin in June. So I think it will be month-by-month for now with the option to return to talk to the bank as the situation progresses. As I say, I'm with Tesco Bank. Other customers of Tesco Bank may find their situation with the bank different from mine, but I'm just outlining what may be available as it was to me. Everyone has their own financial situation and their banks may be operating along the same line or in very different ways. One thing I would say is this. Try to get some cash in the house. A few hundred pounds if possible. If this situation goes on for months ahead there may come a time when the banks freeze accounts or withdraw support. Again, that might be a blanket policy or subject to each individual and their accounts. I don't think this is a place where I can start answering other peoples questions. If you're chaotic with money, you'll be chaotic and no amount of help will suffice. But you might find parallels especially if other posters use the same bank and you might get information on what may be available.