Covid Policy Update
As we are sure you are aware the Government have announced that from 19th July the wearing of masks and other social distancing measures will no longer be mandatory. Government advice has been ever changing, from ‘the public being responsible’ to the current advice that it is ‘expected and recommended’ that face masks be worn (unless exempt) in enclosed spaces including shops.
At Epsom Beekeepers Association shop we are responsible for our own health and safety measures, we have taken the decision that unless you are exempt, all volunteers and customers will still be expected to sanitise hands on entry and wear face coverings while in the shop.
We will also continue to restrict numbers because the only way we can ventilate the shop is by having doors open which is fine on days when the weather is good but impossible when the weather is not good.
The booked appointments system will continue to help us regulate the flow of people into the confined space of the Apiary building.
We will continue to encourage you to scan the QR code for the NHS track and trace system..
We have made these decisions to continue to protect both volunteers and customers, a number of whom are in vulnerable categories, and although we are aware that this will upset some of you, we hope that you will understand why we have made this decision.
We will continue to assess the situation and our policy and will keep you updated with any changes.
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