Abbeyfield Brecon COVID-19
Up to date announcements regarding COVID-19 specific to Abbeyfield Brecon
After Wales' Firebreak Lockdown comes to an end at 00:01 Monday 9th November, some restrictions will be easing here at Abbeyfield Brecon.
The residents will be able to form an extended household with ONE other household, enabling contact with family members within that one household. Although we must stress that only two members of that household (which must stay the same) are able to visit the residents in their flats. Access to communal areas of the house are not permitted.
Face coverings must be worn throughout the duration of the visit and we ask that all visitors either scan the NHS QR code on the front door or fill in the Screening Form and also sign in the Visitors Book. Hand sanitisers are available throughout the building.
If you have any queries at all, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Abbeyfield Brecon is now, once again, in complete lockdown. Only essential staff and carers will be allowed into the building. We ask that all relatives wanting to drop items off for the residents do so at the front door and make themselves known to a member of staff on duty.
As from the 13th of March 2021, residents will be allowed ONE designated visitor to their flat. The designated visitor must wear a facemask throughout the duration of their visit, sign in and complete a COVID-19 screening form and of course sanitise their hands. It is highly recommended that you open windows while you are visiting. It goes without saying that if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 you should not enter the building under any circumstances.