In light of the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus we wish to reassure our residents and their families our team and our suppliers that at Lovett Care the health and safety of our residents and our team is always paramount and therefore we have taken action to prepare and also respond to the outbreak. Any suspected outbreak in one of our care homes will be dealt with in accordance with current published Government and Public Health England and World Health Organisation Guidelines.
This is our latest advice in this changing situation, and we will continue to update this advice regularly. This advice is relating to our Lovett Care Homes and is intended for our residents, teams and potential visitors.
Our priority is safeguarding residents living and the team working in our homes. From 16th March 2020 in order to safeguard our residents and minimise the risk of infection we limited all non-essential visits to the home. The only visitors allowed currently are healthcare professionals as their visits are essential. This is precautionary in order that we can continue to do all we can to safeguard our residents.
All of our teams in the homes remain fully briefed in regard to how we are dealing with this risk and are clear in relation to our expectations of them, they have been reminded of our updated policy and actions to minimise the risk of infection and the leadership team meet with all of the team on duty to ensure clear communications twice daily.
We continue to monitor our residents and our team for signs of illness and act accordingly.
Of course we are delighted to continue to support relatives and friends to keep in touch with their loved ones by communications with the Home Manager and Social Media.
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If you have any questions, please speak with the Home Manager or email email@example.com.