Coronavirus (COVID-19) can cause respiratory illness of varying severity. Currently, there is no vaccine and no specific treatment for infection with the virus.
Coronaviruses do not usually spread if people don’t have symptoms – but we cannot be 100 per cent certain.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of new continuous cough and/or fever/high temperature and a loss or changed sense of normal smell or taste (Anosmia).
Face Covering requirements from 5 August 2020
Face coverings must be worn to enter and move around all Hospital and Hotel public areas from
Wednesday 5 August 2020.
Staff, contractors, patients and visitors must wear a face covering:
Clinical staff should continue to wear fluid resistant surgical masks throughout their shift.
Thank you for your cooperation.
* Face coverings should only be removed when eating/drinking in the Golden Bistro dining room.
Getting to Hospital for your Appointment
Please consider how you travel to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital for inpatient or day case treatment, an outpatient appointment or COVID testing
If possible, please travel in a car from the same household, family/friends bubble, or pre-arranged hospital transport or private transport (for example a taxi or private hire car).
If you need to use public transport, it is important that you follow the instructions set out in the UK Government’s Safer Travel Guide for Passengers.
Patients who need assistance to travel to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital for COVID testing should contact our Patient Coordination Centre on 0141 951 5266 for help arranging this.
Up-to-date advice on self-isolation, social distancing and shielding is available from NHS Inform.
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