After quite some time living through the global Coronavirus pandemic, it can finally feel like we’re getting back to some sort of normal life.
The latest guidance on Covid-19 has recently been announced, with one of the biggest changes being that by law, you no longer have to wear a face covering when you’re out an about.
The Government has instead given organisations and business’s their own say on whether they would like people to still wear face masks and stick to other Coronavirus guidance.
The health and wellbeing of you and your community is so important to us, and we still want to do everything we can to keep you safe when you come and visit.
That does mean that we will continue to socially distance in the practice, as well as wear masks and PPE where and when we need to. We also ask that you carry on wearing your face masks for your appointments, and that you sanitise your hands and keep a two-metre distance when possible.
We know that wearing a face mask can be uncomfortable, especially when it’s hot outside, but it still is one of the easiest ways to keep you, your loved ones and your community safe from Covid-19.
Although the guidance on Coronavirus has changed, we still want to keep you and your loved ones as safe as possible when you visit. We ask that you continue to wear a face mask, socially distance, and sanitise your hands when at the practice.