Face coverings will become mandatory in indoor public places across Wales from 14 September
We can confirm that My Place Properties are taking measures to protect our staff and clients
Office appointments; Attending our office will be strictly by appointment only so we can better control the office environment to ensure the safety of you and our staff. Please call Rebekah Pughe on 07792201491 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or for further assistance. We ask that you only attend your appointment if you are well and not showing any of the key COVID symptoms and note we will be limiting the number of people who can attend the appointments, i.e only 2 members from the same family bubble at any one time and no children under 16.
Clients need to arrive with their own gloves and masks.
We will provide hand sanitiser.
We will ensure a safe 2 m distance throughout appointments, whilst wearing face masks and gloves.
Why is wearing face coverings now a legal requirement in shops and other indoor public places from 14 September?
The Welsh Government has previously advised that wearing face coverings can reduce the spread of the coronavirus. However, we did not impose a legal requirement to do so because of the relatively low numbers of cases in Wales. The rising incidence rate of cases in Wales now means we are making it a legal requirement.
Who will the requirement apply to?
The requirement will apply to everyone aged 11 and over – including customers and staff. However, you may have a reasonable excuse not to wear a face covering if (for example):
you are not able to put on or to wear a face covering because of a physical or mental illness, or because of a disability or impairment;
you are accompanying somebody who relies on lip reading where they need to communicate; or
you are escaping from a threat or danger and don’t have a face covering.