After 19th July, you are still required to wear a face covering in our Healthcare settings to protect yourself and NHS staff #ThankYou

For further information, see the COVID-19 link


Safety remains our highest priority at Longshore Surgeries. We can all play a role in reducing the spread of COVID-19.

There is no change in NHS guidance for healthcare settings from Monday 19th July.

Patients attending Longshore Surgeries are still required to wear a face covering (unless exempt), follow social distancing and hand hygiene guidance and staff will continue to wear PPE. This is for your safety and the safety of other patients/individuals and staff.

We appreciate it can be frustrating but it is important to understand we do see some very sick and vulnerable patients, some of whom are not able to have the COVID-19 vaccination due to their conditions. By continuing to take reasonable and sensible measures against the virus we are helping to protect the most vulnerable in our communities and providing our patients with greater reassurance.

Thank you for your continued support and co-operation.

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