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Coronavirus Guidance

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The Trust has undertaken risk assessments of each of our premises in line with national guidance to support our staff work safely and deliver safe services during the Covid-19 pandemic. Copies of these risk assessments are available on request to

We will continue to review our approach as any new national guidance is issued.

Face coverings

All visitors, patients and service users are advised to continue to wear a face covering (unless exempt) when visiting any of our premises, and will need to comply with social distancing, hand-washing and other infection control instructions to protect us all. Further information on wearing face coverings is below:

  • People infected with COVID-19 can have very mild or no respiratory symptoms (asymptomatic) and can transmit the virus to others without being aware of it.
  • You are advised to wear a face covering when you come to our services as a visitor or patient.
  • Face coverings can be cloth and/or homemade, and advice on how to wear and make one can be found on the government website. Face coverings worn as part of religious beliefs or cultural practice are also acceptable, providing they are not loose and cover the mouth and nose.
  • We are asking that you plan in advance and bring a face covering with you whenever possible, but if you do not have one available when you come to your appointment, please see a member of staff on arrival and we will provide you with one.
  • We would advise that generally children over the age of 3 should be encouraged to wear a face covering. We recognise that young children and older children with special needs may not tolerate a face covering and our staff will undertake and document individual risk assessments to ensure your child’s clinical needs are met where this is the case.
  • For some people, wearing a face covering may be difficult due to physical or mental health conditions. In these instances, other measures will be considered on a case by case basis, for example timed appointments and being seen immediately on arrival. Individual risk assessments will be undertaken and documented where required; for example, patients with mental health and learning disabilities.         
  • If you are deaf or hearing impaired, our staff have a range of communication options to ensure that they can communicate effectively with you.
  • All visitors will be expected to comply with existing social distancing and hand hygiene measures in addition to the face coverings while in our health care settings.

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