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COVID at Miners Arms

November 12, 2020 8:40 PM

Dear All

After a number of enquiries about the positive Covid Cases at the Miners Arms, Public Health Shropshire have said the following:

Public Health and council officers are doing their very best to identify cases and their contacts and are providing self-isolation advice in line with government guidance. However, in the pandemic we all have responsibility to follow the government guidance and if you think you have been a contact of a case (even if you haven't been notified that you are one by either the national or the local system) - then please do isolate for 14 days from your last contact with the individual.

People should follow the basic guidance in terms of keeping social distance wherever possible, wearing face-masks in public places, regular handwashing, good respiratory hygiene (catch it, bin it, kill it) self-isolating if you or a family member has symptoms of COVID and getting tested if you have symptoms.

Further links to other more detailed guidance


And this link may be helpful for any people who are clinically vulnerable.