WE ARE OPERATIONAL!
Dear Parents/Guardians, Staff & Cadets,
The Government has confirmed that the youth sector is an essential service and therefore the FCCC.UK are able to continue to meet in a ‘COVID-safe’ way independent of social gathering restrictions where they follow FCCC.UK guidance.
What does ‘COVID-safe’ mean in the FCCC.UK
- Careful planning to ensure the safety of all adults and cadets
- Complying with social distancing requirements
- Ensuring hygiene levels are maintained, including hand washing, as well as surface and equipment cleaning
- Safely managing any risk to volunteers, young people and the wider community
- Where necessary, reducing group sizes and working in bubbles
- Making sure vulnerable young people and adults can be effectively safeguarded, both in relation to COVID-19, as well as other risk factors
- Ensuring volunteers, parents, carers and young people all clearly understand what adjustments need to be made to ensure everyone’s safety
The latest information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can be found here. This includes information about the signs and symptoms of coronavirus, how to reduce the risk of catching the virus and what to do if you feel unwell. This site is updated regularly and will always have the best advice and guidance from medical professionals.
If you think you have caught COVID-19, do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Stay indoors and self-isolate for ten days. If you live with other people, you should avoid close contact with others, and they should self-isolate for at least two weeks.