Post-lockdown Information

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From 00.01 a.m. Tuesday 16th March, we are returning to the pre-lockdown visiting arrangements.

This means:

  • It is no longer necessary to wear masks or face coverings - however, it is highly recommended in enclosed public spaces.
  • Visitors will need to continue to write their names and time of entry into the visitor's book.
  • It is no longer necessary to social distance - however, it is highly recommended that you practice 'good social hygiene', and keep as much distance from others as possible.
  • Robust and regular hand sanitising continues to be recommended. If you would like to have a small attachable hand sanitiser to carry with you please just ask a member of staff.

Visitors to Alderney from both Guernsey and the UK are still expected to self-isolate for a period of 14 days. Exceptional circumstances include critical and essential workers or on compassionate grounds (usually in palliative care cases) where they may be released earlier that 14 days with regular COVID testing.

Please keep keeping your distance as much as you can - and wash your hands.


Liz Bowskill - Manager of Operations