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Covid Update: Face coverings in Weldmar Hospicecare shops

1st December 2021

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In line with the latest government guidelines on face coverings, all Weldmar Hospicecare shops and outlets across Dorset will require visitors to wear a mask.

Director of Retail at Weldmar, Gavin Anderson-Terry, says, “Our first priority is to keep everyone in our shops safe.  This includes our volunteers, our staff, as well as other shoppers. We are kindly asking people to follow the latest rules and pop their face mask on while they are shopping, or coming in to donate items. And also to be respectful to the staff and volunteers inside the shop.”

The latest government rules on face coverings can be found here.

If you are exempt for health reasons, please alert a member of staff or volunteer when you enter.

There is currently no change to Weldmar’s arrangements for visitors at the Inpatient Unit in Dorchester or Trimar House in Weymouth, with face coverings continuing to be mandatory for all visitors, volunteers, and members of staff.

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