Coronavirus Update

Measures introduced at Primrose Gardens

We have introduced several changes within the building for the foreseeable future to help protect residents from the spread of the virus.

These changes are in line with the latest Government advice.


The changes are designed to:

  • Reduce the risk of infection among the residents and non-residents


The changes we have implemented at Primrose Gardens are as follows: 

  • Extra temporary hand washing facilities remain in place along with sanitising machines.
  • All staff and contractors must declare themselves free of relevant symptoms at the beginning of each shift
  • Face coverings(updated 28 January 2022).
    In line with the latest government guidance and the easing of Covid restrictions, face masks are no longer required to be worn. However, the safety of residents and staff is our priority and would encourage people to continue to wear masks whilst moving around the building, in order to keep everyone as safe as possible.


We understand that that these are worrying times and as a result the staff team will be checking in on residents on a regular basis, this will include, asking how they are if passing through the reception area, by mobile phone or the intercom system. A daily register is kept by staff, we also have a list of those who are self-isolating to ensure they get the right support.

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