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Following the further easing of lockdown we have made the decision to remain following socially distanced and face covering procedures at the Centre for the safety of our clients and staff.
Given the advice provided by the PM in which he ‘recommend that people wear a face covering in enclosed spaces where you come into contact with those you don’t normally meet’ as well as taking into account that we have many clients whom travel both within the UK and abroad, as well as a range of clients whom are classed as high risk from the virus we are taking precautionary measures for the safety of our clients and staff, who without we would be unable to continue operating.
-We request all clients continue to wear a face covering while visiting the Centre. Excluding those whom are exempt.
-We will continue to operate on a one in and out basis within our offices (asking if only one member from each household can enter where possible). Please DO NOT enter a building if another client is already present within it.
-Try to stay at least 2 metres (3 steps) away from all staff members and individuals you have not arrived with.
-Please use the hand sanitiser and disinfectant stations provided.
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