With the spread and effects of COVID-19, the home has put into place all the safety measures recommended by the public health authorities for its residents and staff.
Government guidance (first issued 16 March 2020) continues to be that to keep care home residents safe from the spread of this highly contagious infectious disease there should be no regular visiting for care home residents. Only health care personnel should be allowed to see people living in care homes on any routine basis. Other visiting should be absolutely essential mainly on compassionate grounds and then when it is safe to do so with all infection control measures in place.
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