Covid- 19 Guide


Who should avoid attending a place of worship

Who should avoid attending a place of worship

According to government guidelines, 'those experiencing coronavirus symptoms listed below should not attend a place of worship.' new continuous cough high temperature loss of or change to your normal sense of smell or taste (anosmia) Individuals who are self-isolating due to a possible or confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the household should not attend or if they are a contact of a case and have been advised to self-isolate. Please see attachement below for guidance

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Who are the High Risk

Who are the High Risk

Those who are medically classified high risk, should consider to minimise their contact with others for their personal protection. However, they may decide, for their wellbeing, to attend a place of worship for private prayer or as part of a household prayer despite the additional risk this poses to them. In this case they and anyone with them should strictly follow the social distancing guidance.

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ACFL Church Risk Assessment

ACFL Church Risk Assessment

As a place of worship we have a duty of care to our members and visitors, to ensure that as far as reasonably practicable they are not exposed to risks to their health and safety. We have set a pre-service covid:19 risk assessment and standard hazard risk assessment in place. See attachement from below...

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