This is our special lockdown, social distance, missing you card.
I know social distancing and self isolation are very important right now
But I really miss your face.
Our Cards Are All …
- Made from luxury 300 gsm hammered effect card
- Large format – 147mm x 147mm
- High quality ribbed, brown envelope
- Blank on the inside
- Packaged in a cellophane sleeve
Sending one of these lockdown, social distance, missing you cards will make someone you loves day.
Lockdown Social Distance Greeting Card – Miss Your Face
This is the advice from the government social distancing web site.
The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.
Reduce your day-to-day contact with other people, that will reduce the spread of the infection. That is why the government has introduced three new measures.
- Requiring people to stay at home, except for very limited purposes
- Closing certain business and venues
- Stopping gatherings of more than two people in public
What To Do
You should follow these measures – they will help limit the spread of coronavirus, reduce the impact on the NHS and save lives. Key parts of the measures are underpinned by law, which sets out clearly what you must and must not do – every person in the country must comply with this. The relevant authorities, including the police, have been given the powers to enforce the law – including through fines and dispersing gatherings.
What the Government Will Do
The government will keep these measures under close review, and relax them if the evidence shows this is possible. This guidance is for the general public who are fit and well. There is separate, specific guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection.
People Are Vulnerable
Some people are particularly vulnerable to poor outcomes following coronavirus infection for medical reasons because of underlying health conditions – this group who are clinically vulnerable – see section 6 – are advised to take particular care to minimise contact with others outside their household.
There is a further group of people who are defined, also on medical grounds, as clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus – that is, people with specific serious health conditions. They are advised to adopt shielding measures to keep themselves safe by staying at home and avoiding all contact with others, except for essential medical treatment or support.