Wolverhampton imposes care home visit restrictions

By Martin Ford | 24 August 2020

Wolverhampton City Council has banned non-essential indoor care home visits following a rise in COVID-19 cases.

External visitors will only be allowed ‘essential and compassionate’ visits for health reasons or end of life care, using personal protective equipment.

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