You can spread coronavirus even if you don’t have symptoms.
That's why it's so important to wear face coverings in enclosed spaces including public transport, taxis and shops to help protect yourself, your family and others.
Amid concerns that waiting to come forward with symptoms could result in some children becoming more seriously ill, we want to reassure the public that we're taking steps to minimise the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) and keep everyone safe: ow.ly/S5yw50BqW13
Happy 100 days to little Rubie Mae Olliver!
Rubie was born at 24+6 weeks, 730grams, and is doing well on South Lakes Birth Centre's Special Care Baby Unit. Here she is with Mum Beth & Dad Rory, and Rubie is also little sister to brother Noah and sister Amelia
*For UHMBT staff*
Infection Prevention training session
The next Infection Prevention virtual Q&A session is taking place tomorrow (Wednesday 16 September) at 1.30pm on Microsoft Teams. Tomorrow’s subject is Clostridium difficile! Join here: ow.ly/pYbK50BrqS4
You can spread coronavirus even if you do not have symptoms. Please continue to follow social distancing, wash your hands regularly and wear face coverings. If you are contacted by contact tracers, please follow their advice - even if you don’t feel unwell.