UPDATE FROM RM CONDOR: 16th March 2020
Please find below a summary of the full statement provided by RM Condor regarding 3rd parties entering the Base. This statement was issued at 16.22pm, before the Prime Minister’s statement. Following the announcement from the Prime Minister that everyone should avoid social contact and non essential travel we are expecting the position of RM CONDOR to change, we will advise when we receive further information.
Anyone who has a high temperature (fever) and/or new onset persistent cough are requested not to enter camp.
Individuals with such symptoms must self-isolate at home as per the detailed advice at www.gov.uk (COVID-19).
The MPGS Staff have been directed to question all non-essential personnel entering camp: anyone who is symptomatic will be denied access to site.
It is up to everyone to be collectively responsible in reducing the risk of transmission through
- Cover mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve (not hands) when you cough or sneeze, bin straight away
- Wash hands with soap and water often, use hand sanitiser gel if soup and water not available
- Avoid close contact with people who are unwell
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
If you have any questions or concerns please contact email@example.com
This information was provided before the Prime Minister’s briefing and we will keep you informed should the position change.
Full statement received at 16.22 on 16th March 2020.
All 3rd party users of RM Condor.
Please take for action the following statement issued by OC Base Company:
‘The Prime Minister has announced that the UK has moved from the Contain phase to the Delay phase to tackle the outbreak of coronavirus. This is a significant moment. Across the nation, everyone will now be engaged in slowing the spread of the virus. At this stage there is no blanket restriction to access RM Condor however, this may be an escalation measure enforced on us in the near future.
At this stage, in line with Government guidelines and to protect all those living, working and using the facilities on site, anyone who has a high temperature (fever) and/or new onset persistent cough are requested not to enter camp. Individuals with such symptoms must self-isolate at home as per the detailed advice at www.gov.uk (COVID-19). The MPGS Staff have been directed to question all non-essential personnel entering camp: anyone who is symptomatic will be denied access to site.
As the PoC for your organisation I am relying on you to inform your members of this measure and to ask that you support the Head of Establishment by correctly messaging the restriction. The MPGS Staff are under strict orders to implement these measures and will do so in a professional manner. Your assistance and cooperation are greatly appreciated to reduce any potential friction or embarrassment. Please feel free to contact me directly with any issues or concerns. I would ask that you acknowledge this message by email to me at the earliest opportunity.’
Major Hugh Jones