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The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has presented the addiction services with an unprecedented set of challenges. Opioid users are particularly vulnerable because of their high level of pre-existing health problems and lifestyle factors. In order to minimise their risks to self and to others in the current Covid-19 crisis, the service has sought to urgently identify vulnerable individuals, and induct them into OST treatment promptly. Additionally, several guidelines have been created anddoi:10.1017/ipm.2021.8 pmid:33536093 pmcid:PMC8503071 fatcat:cvwkcgrnknbqviyqvuqmpidhgy