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Covid-19

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Revive Agronomy Ltd COVID-19 Statement

Naturally, from the outset of the Coronavirus outbreak back in March 2020 Revive has taken every precaution to action safe practices in the business to protect the business as well as our farmers. We have maintained a full uninterrupted service throughout and will continue to do so.

Best Practice measures in place are:

* Personally a
dhere to the Government and WHO guidelines
* We have not been out of the UK since the start of the pandemic
* Philip works solo in the field and from the home office
* Telephone Contact Service continues as normal
* Recommendations are sent via email
* Meetings with farmers are in the field whilst maintaining the social distance rule
* Meetings with professional bodies such as AICC etc are undertaken via the Zoom Platform
* Goods to farm are direct from the supplier who have their own COVID-19 policies in place
* Contact with other prof
essional bodies undertaken via telephone and email

 

03/03/2021 - UPDATE
Today Philip Laughton received his first Covid Vaccination

25/05/2021- UPDATE
Today Philip Laughton received his second Covid Vaccination

26/11/2021- UPDATE 
Today Philip Laughton received his Booster Covid Vaccination

 

26/09/2023

Today Philip Laughton received his Booster Covid Vaccination

COVID Prevention.

Although the UK government has removed all remaining domestic restrictions in England there are steps we at Revive Agronomy are taking to reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19.

 

   Having further booster vaccinations.

   Carrying out meetings in well ventilated indoor spaces or outside.

   Wearing a face covering in crowded, enclosed spaces.

 

We are fully aware that as individuals we are more likely to catch or pass on COVID-19 if we are:-

   Close to someone else

   In a small space

   In a space without good movement of clean air and with other people.

 

Much as we do not always know if a person we meet will become sick from COVID-19 we are aware that higher risk groups exist.  These include those persons with weakened immune systems due in part to other forms of illness or inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. These people might be unknown to us, friends or people we know well.

 

Someone infected with COVID-19 can pass on the virus when they SPEAK, cough, breathe, or sneeze. The virus may also be spread by direct contact.

 

Even though it may be a little inconvenient staying at home and away from other people when symptoms of infections such as COVID-19 occur it can in fact be the best thing for all concerned.

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