Face Covering

From 15th June all patients and visitors to the Practice are required to wear a face covering.

The covering does not have to be a surgical mask – scarves, neck ruffs and bandannas can be used.

This is in line with Government Guidance. The exceptions to this would be children under the age of 11, those with disabilities or those with breathing difficulties or those who are travelling with someone who relies on lip reading.

Please note: It is not the place for GP Practices to provide letters for people who want exemption from wearing a face covering on public transport, for example. Please click here for a link to the government website which provides some easy read information and exemption cards that can be downloaded.