Face Coverings Will Still Be Required When Attended Our Sites After 19th July
Whilst covid cases are high and rising, scientific data suggests some individuals who have received x2 vaccinations may still become infected with Covid-19.
There is also a continual infection risk from a person who is infected but shows no symptoms. As a responsible healthcare provider, in order to protect our patients and staff, all of our existing Covid infection control measures will remain in place. This includes the wearing of a face mask/covering by all staff and patients.
We will continue to monitor the situation and ensure our response to Covid-19 is proportionate.
Published: Jul 14, 2021
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