Under the Test, Trace and Protect guidance, businesses that present a higher risk of spreading coronavirus, e.g. pubs, restaurants, casinos, leisure facilities, hairdressers are required by law (Regulation 12 of the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 2) (Wales) Regulations 2020), to collect contact details from their customers. This is because staff, customers and visitors will spend a longer time on these premises than in other surroundings and potentially come into close contact with people from outside of their immediate household.
As a result of these practices Cwm Taf Morganwg Test Trace and Protect Service want people to be aware that a person, who has tested positive for Coronavirus attended the following establishments on or between the dates listed:
If you have visited the above premises and have fully completed the track and trace records, the Test, Trace and Protect team should have your contact details and you will be contacted by a member of our Test Trace Protect Service to provide further advice if required.
If you have visited any of the premises listed above and are currently symptomatic (loss of smell or taste, a new and continuous cough and a high temperature) you should NOT wait to be contacted by the Test, Trace and Protect team you are advised to immediately:
If you have visited any of the above premises and are NOT symptomatic then you do NOT need to book a test or self-isolate, unless you display symptoms or are instructed to do so by the relevant officials.
Residents are also reminded that as part of the Test, Trace, Protect service if you are symptomatic and receive a positive test result you should self-isolate and remain at home for at least 10 days and anyone in your household or that you have been in contact with should self-isolate for 10 days - even if they feel well or receive a negative test. Doing this will help prevent the spread of the virus to family, friends, colleagues and the wider community - Together we can keep RCT and Wales safe.