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COVID isolation guidance


As COVID cases are on the rise again there may be instances where you need to isolate, and other moments when you do not. This is meant as general guidance to help you make a decision about yourself and your household with regards to who should be doing what.

A reminder that if you have symptoms you must isolate for 10 days.

If you are living with someone who has symptoms or has had a positive test, you must also isolate for 10 days. If you then develop symptoms, your 10 day isolation restarts from the day you first experienced symptoms.

If a member of your household has been told to isolate due to being a close contact of a person who has tested positive or has symptoms, you DO NOT need to isolate, as long as that person does not test positive or develop symptoms. For example, if your child has to isolate due to a case in their bubble, you do not have to isolate with them.

If you are unsure whether it is safe for you to attend your appointment please get in touch with me to confirm – each circumstance is different!

We hope you and your family remain healthy and well. We are always here for support and help! You just need to reach out for help


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