It is not a legal requirement in health care settings for people to wear a face covering. Government advice says you should wear a face covering in enclosed spaces if you can, including places such as primary care services. However to keep you and our staff as safe as possible we ask that all patients attending the practice wear a face covering. This can be anything that covers your mouth and nose; a mask, a scarf, a tea towel etc. If you are unable to wear a face covering or refuse you will not be refused entry to the practice.