Changes in Government coronavirus rules: a summary
Published 18:05 on 1 Dec 2021
With confirmed cases of the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron, in the UK, the Government has announced that face coverings will be compulsory in shops and on public transport from Tuesday 30 November. There are currently no changes to the rules in hospitality, pubs and cafes.
Our absolute priority is keeping our members, Ollie's and the office teams.. We continue to limit the numbers attending our social events and always ensure that the windows are open. Visiting the Club and attending events remains a personal choice, but please consider the following when you visit the Club:
Don't come to the Club if you are feeling unwell
Continue to wash your hands regularly
Carry face coverings with you and consider wearing them when:
- moving about the clubhouse or other enclosed spaces
- delivering close contact services such as First Aid
- you are with others who are wearing a covering, as a courtesy.
Please consider lateral flow testing before visiting the Club and meeting other people.
There is also new Government guidance in relation to the Omicron variant. From this week, anyone who has been in contact with suspected or confirmed Omicron cases will be notified by NHS Test and Trace. The individual and their household will be asked to self-isolate, regardless of their vaccination status. This includes people under 18 years old.