Covid secure measures will remain in place in our hospitals

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Covid secure measures will remain in place at Peterborough City, Hinchingbrooke and Stamford Hospitals, following any government guidance changes on 19 July. 

Patients, visitors and staff will all still be required to wear a mask or visor, maintain the 2 metre social distancing rule and utilise the hand sanitisation stations when entering or exiting each area of the hospital. 


Jo Bennis, Chief Nurse for North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, said: “Whilst many areas across the country may be easing Covid restrictions, I would like to reiterate that this will not be the case within our hospitals. 

“We ask that anyone attending our hospital sites will continue to wear a face mask, remain 2 metres apart, observe hand washing guidelines and sanitise their hands upon entering and exiting our buildings. 

I would like to thank everyone for adhering to our safety advice and doing their bit to continue to protect our patients and themselves. These measures really do make a difference to help minimise the spread of the virus.” 

For more information on our visiting restrictions please see our Trust website and social media channels for details.