The Forest Practice

A face covering must be worn at the practice

It is our priority to ensure that all patients and staff are safe when visiting or working in the practice. To minimise risk, we ask that all patients who have an appointment, are wearing a face covering when they come into the practice. The face covering must cover your nose and mouth. If you would like to have a go at making your own, the government website has a handy instruction guide on what to do:

As of 27/01/2022, you are still expected to wear a face covering before entering the Mary Potter Centre, and keep it on at all times (unless there is a reasonable excuse to remove it) until you have left the building. Despite most coronavirus restrictions being eased, the rule of face coverings in NHS buildings is following Public Health England infection prevention control guidelines.

Picture showing three people wearing patterned face coverings, with the words "A face covering must be worn when visiting the practice. Please make sure your face covering covers your mouth and nose."

Date published: 19th April, 2022
Date last updated: 19th April, 2022