We are sure you are aware of the current Government advice regarding Coronavirus and would appeal to Members to follow the daily-changing advice given.
Official guidance from Public Health England (PHE) can be found at Coronavirus (COVID-19): latest information and advice. It is essential that any Member who is unwell, particularly if they have a fever, cough or shortness of breath, must stay away from the Club until they are fully recovered. This is standard procedure for infection control and is the single most important action to help protect our Club community.
While we have not currently cancelled or postponed any group activity or event in line with current PHE thinking we will keep you up to date with any developments.
If you’ve recently travelled to the UK from somewhere with a higher risk of Coronavirus you may need to seek medical advice. These places are:
Italy, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Iran, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Tenerife (only the H10 Costa Adeje Palace Hotel), Thailand, Vietnam
If you’ve been to one of these places recently, please stay away from the Club, ideally for 14 days, and find out what to do using the NHS 111 online coronavirus service.
We ask that you do not come to the Club if you show any viral-like symptoms. You should stay at home, avoid contact with other people and seek appropriate advice by calling NHS 111.
We are carrying out additional cleaning in Member areas including door handles, push plates and work surfaces. We further need to reduce the chance of transmission of infection by encouraging Members and staff to cover their mouths when coughing, dispose of tissues promptly and carefully, and wash their hands frequently with soap and water. Please use the sanitising gels provided in addition to washing your hands but please leave them in the changing rooms for other Members to use as some have been disappearing and we only have a limited supply.
Thank you for your co-operation. We will send regular updates as the situation progresses.
11th March 2020