Coronavirus contact tracing in Irvine Kindergarten is ongoing

Covid-19 contact tracing is currently being done at an Irvine center for early years.

Lynne McNiven, joint director of public health at NHS Ayrshire and Arran, confirmed that a team was doing contact tracing at St. Mark’s early branding center in town.

She stated, “The NHS Ayrshire and Arran Test and Protect team is currently conducting a tracing at the St. Marks Early Years Center in the North Ayrshire Council area.

“These people will be contacted by the Test and Protect team and asked to self-isolate at home for 14 days.

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“We know this is a very worrying time. However, we want to reassure people that all measures are being taken to protect children and employees.

“In order to respect and protect the confidentiality of patients, it is currently not possible to publish further information.

“We want to remind people of the symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19): new persistent cough; high temperature; and / or loss of taste and smell. Anyone who develops any of these symptoms should book a test right away and self-isolate. ”

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Everyone in Ayrshire and Arran is reminded to remember the FACTS guide:

F – face coverings. These should be used in shops and on public transport (buses, trains, and taxis).
A – Avoid crowded places.
C – Wash your hands frequently with soap and water whenever possible.
T – two meters – observe physical distance.
S – Isolate yourself and book a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms.

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