United Kingdom Homecare Association
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Self-isolation of live-in homecare workers who test positive for COVID-19

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Self-isolation regulations and health and safety legislation have created an extremely challenging position for live-in homecare providers when a careworker tests positive for coronavirus. We know how important continuity of care is during a placement, However, the following briefing note from Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP explains why permitting a live-in care worker who has tested positive for Covid-19 to continue to provide care during their isolation period, will almost certainly be a breach of regulations. This briefing note applies to England.

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