As schools are closing from Monday if you’re local to us and your kids usually get breakfast at school the Lovat is doing cereal, toast, tea and juice for any kids who’s parents are struggling from 9-11am absolutely free! It’s at times like this we as a community pull together! Food bank donations can be dropped off at anytime! We’re both local boys we both know how it is! This will be unless a forced closure comes into place for Pubs.
NHSGGC Introduces restricted visiting to combat COVID-19.
As part of contingency planning to manage the COVID-19 outbreak, NHSGGC has implemented the following restrictions from this afternoon onwards for visitors of high-acuity (acutely unwell) and immune compromised patients.
High-acuity and immune compromised patients include those in Intensive Care Units; High Dependency Units; Emergency Departments, Acute Receiving Units; Initial Assessment Units; Midwifery Care Areas; Neonatal Units, Haemato-Oncology Units and Renal Units.
• Visitors are restricted to those who are essential only; such as parents of paediatric patients or the patient’s partner/main carer.
• Children should be restricted from visiting unless otherwise arranged with the nurse in charge.
• Visitors may be required to wear PPE based on local risk assessment.
The following general restriction applies for all visitors:
• Do not visit anyone in hospital if you have a fever/ respiratory / cough or cold symptoms.
• All visitors must hand sanitize when entering and leaving clinical areas.
If patients have questions regarding visitation they should phone the ward for clarification.
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