Latest Coronavirus Guidance
Please continue to adhere to the government guidelines detailed below, we will update you should the advice change over the coming days and weeks.
Here is a reminder of the symptoms;
- A dry persistent cough
- A high temperature
- Shortness of breath
If you or any of your close family or friends start to display symptoms of this illness, please call 111.
- If you live alone, and have symptoms (i.e. high temperature / new and continuous cough) however mild, you should self-isolate for 7 days, from the date from when the symptoms first developed;
- If anyone in your household develops symptoms, everyone in the household should self-isolate for 14 days
- If you remain well (within a household which is self-isolating), self-isolation will end 14 days from the date of when the first person developed symptoms
- If you develop symptoms (within a household which is self-isolating), the end of your self-isolation will be the latter of the 14 days from the date of when the first person developed symptoms, or 7 days from the date from when your symptoms first developed Increased social distancing
- All of us are now requested to avoid large gatherings and crowded places (e.g. pubs, restaurants, cinemas, theatres etc)
- We will also need to aim to minimise non-essential contact with others, unnecessary travel, and work from home where we possibly can
- Over 70 years old / adults with serious health conditions and underlying illnesses, will shortly be asked to self-isolate for 12 weeks, possibly longer, due to be implemented on 22/3/2020.
To help combat the spread of coronavirus, please keep up-to-date with the latest advice and refer to the NHS England website, and remember to’ https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
For further information on Coronavirus you can access Government guidance at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public