Important information regarding changes in the current crisis
To protect yourself and others, please follow the Government’s Covid-19 Secure guidelines –
- If the playground is busy, consider returning later
- Limit groups to no more than 6 people and 1 child on each piece of equipment at a time
- Maintain social distancing
- Use sanitiser or wipes to clean children’s hands before and after use.
- Clean surfaces before and after use, essential if clinically vulnerable
- Avoid touching your face
- Dispose of waste in the bins provided or preferably take your rubbish home
- No food or drink allowed
- Don’t use the playground if displaying signs or symptoms of coronavirus
- Children’s clothes should be washed when returning home
Warboys Parish Council 4th July 2020
Test & Trace Information
People are being urged to support the NHS Test and Trace programme, which aims to gradually replace the national lockdown with individual and household isolation for those who have been in contact with the virus.
People are being asked to follow this three-step plan:
Step 1 – If you have one or more of the symptoms of coronavirus – a fever, a new continuous cough or a loss of taste or smell – you and the people you live with must immediately self-isolate.
Step 2 – You then must book a test on the www.NHS/coronavirus website and if you don’t have internet access dial 119. Do not leave home for any other reason. If you test positive, you will then be contacted by the NHS Test and Trace service within 24 hours.
Step 3 – If you do test positive, NHS Test and Trace will help you establish who you have been in contact with and might have infected. This could be members of your own household already isolating or someone you have been within 2 metres of for more than 15 minutes. You will also be given clinical advice and support for dealing with the virus. NHS Test and Trace will then contact those contacts anonymously. If you are one of those contacts, you will be advised to isolate for 14 days, even if you don’t have symptoms or feel perfectly well. If you developed symptoms, you would be required to get a test. Even if negative they still have to self-isolate for 14 days even though the household is not required to do so.