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Guidance for individuals and carers using a day activity in Wales.

First published:
22 July 2021
Last updated:

COVID is still in our communities. The virus is still a risk and therefore we want to protect you whilst you are attending your activities in the community. The vaccine rollout is working, but we still need to be careful and we must not risk bringing COVID into our activities for the safety of all.

You (or your carer) must not come to your activity if you/they are poorly with symptoms of COVID-19. You must also not come if you/they have tested positive or are waiting for a test result. You should additionally not come if you are close or in the same household as somebody who has had a positive test of COVID-19. You should be following Self-isolation guidance.

We ask you to listen and follow the guidance people give you about keeping yourself and others safe.  Follow all the requirements necessary to keep your activity safe and COVID-free. This includes:

  • sharing contact details for you and your family/carers
  • following Test, Trace, Protect requirements if asked to do so
  • use hand sanitisers and hand-washing facilities regularly
  • maintain the 2m rule
  • wear masks when required

The setup of your activities will have changed from how it was before COVID. This is in order to protect everyone attending and working at the activity. You can expect staff to be wearing PPE (personal protective equipment), such as masks and gloves. Staff will be doing all they can to keep you and all attending safe and it’s important that you listen to them to minimise risks.

If you become unwell with any symptoms of covid at any time before or after your visit, please stay at home and arrange a test. You should let the staff who run the activity know as soon as possible that you have symptoms, and when you receive the result of your test.