Clinically Extremely Vulnerable – Living in Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland or England

Clinically Extremely Vulnerable – Living in Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland or England

 

Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (“CEV”) individuals have been advised by the UK Government or devolved nations to shield again across many areas of the UK when they are unable to work from home. People who are defined as clinically extremely vulnerable are at very high risk of severe illness from COVID-19, so if you have been advised to shield you should do so again.


This advice is in place in


Wales from 22 December,


Northern Ireland from 26 December,


Scotland from 05 January and


England from 06 January.


If you are unable to work from home, you should not come to work.

 

Clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus


People, who are clinically extremely vulnerable, who live in Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland or England have been advised not to go to work if they cannot work from home. Employees in this group will be receiving a letter from the relevant Government/NHS.