JT Chiropractic will no longer require staff or patients to wear face coverings following the withdrawal of the governments final Covid-19 IPC rules and guidance from the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) – please see our Assurance from JT Chiropractic during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic http://www.jtchiropractic.co.uk/coronavirus-covid-19-policy/
Whilst it is no longer mandatory for staff or patients to wear a face covering to attend appointments, we understand that some patients/staff may wish to continue to do so, and if you would prefer your practitioner to wear a face covering whilst treating you, please let us know and we will be happy to accommodate your wishes.
At JT Chiropractic we continue in our endeavour in helping to stop the spread of Coronavirus in providing a safe, Covid-19 secure environment at clinic, for both patients and staff alike. We will continue to support and be sensitive to all of our patients/staff needs and continue to encourage everyone to follow good hand hygiene measures and provide access to hand sanitiser throughout clinic.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 1 JUNE 2022: GENERAL CHIROPRACTIC COUNCIL (GCC)
The governments of England and Wales have withdrawn their final COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Controls (IPC) rules, namely the PPE requirement for face masks to be worn in healthcare settings unless there is a known Covid-19 infection risk.
NHS England » National infection prevention and control
COVID-19 UPDATE: 27 May 2022
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) withdrew their guidance relating to Covid-19 infection and prevention control (IPC). The General Chiropractic Council (GCC) reviewed this guidance and from the 1 June 2022 advised their members that, namely, the PPE requirement for face masks to be worn in healthcare settings are no longer required or mandatory in Chiropractic clinics.