Whilst we will continue to adhere to the latest Government guidelines we would like to reassure you that all of our business centres will stay open and you are able to access your offices at any time. We will continue to answer calls, receive post and deliveries and keep all of our facilities running as close to normal as possible.
We would also like to reassure you that with the outbreak of coronavirus, cleaning couldn’t be more important.
We would like to provide you with the reassurance that all cleaners are aware of the necessary steps to help stop the spread and keep themselves and you as safe as possible.
We have asked all cleaners to pay particular, close attention to cleaning door handles, light switches banisters and other busy areas within the building.
Again we cannot emphasise enough that each individual is also responsible for washing their hands as much as possible. This can help prevent the spread of the virus on touchpoints and communal areas.
We hope that this provides peace of mind; you can be confident that your regular cleaners are very much aware of the strict government guidelines, allowing them to continue to provide best practice services.
You should email email@example.com immediately if you or anyone in your company has or is suspected to have covid-19.
The main symptoms are:
- difficulty in breathing
Please read the latest government advice on how to self-isolate effectively: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance
If you suspect that you may have covid-19, (i.e. you have symptoms – fever, dry cough, breathing difficulties), you should not come to the business centre. You should self-isolate, and contact NHS111 for advice on how to get tested. You should also contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know, so that we can take advice from PHE.
If you are confirmed to have covid-19, you should not come to the business centre. You should self-isolate, and continue to follow the advice given to you by NHS111/PHE. Please email email@example.com immediately if you, or anyone in your company, is confirmed to have covid-19.
Contact with an infected person
If you have had close contact with an infected person (for example, being less than 2 metres from them, or they have coughed/sneezed on or near you), please do not come to the business centre. You should self-isolate, and contact NHS111 for advice on how to get tested.
We want to continue to reassure everyone that we will keep abreast of, communicate and follow all advice in managing our response to the continued coronavirus outbreak.
Please keep well and take care.