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Last updated 22 May 2020
Governments in the UK recently updated their guidance on the strict rules put in place to protect us all from the highly contagious and potentially fatal new coronavirus, Covid-19. It’s a positive sign that infection rates are being brought under control.
But while the new rules set out a slight easing of restrictions, we remain in lockdown and are being told to work from home wherever possible and maintain physical distancing from other people. Our advice continues to be that wherever possible clients and therapists do not risk theirs’ and others’ health by delivering/receiving therapy face-to-face where other options are available. Therapists must apply their professional judgement and refer to their insurers and, where applicable, their employers.
We are advising people who are looking for information about the virus to visit the NHS website, where you will find the most up-to-date information, including what to do if you are worried you might have symptoms, advice for travellers and common questions. The GOV.UK website also has up-to-date information about the situation in the UK.
You can find more information and resources here: