If someone living in one of Llamau's 24 hour supported accommodation projects or domestic abuse refuges displays signs of Coronavirus, you should use the following guides to ensure you are taking the right precautions. If you are unsure of what to do, you should speak to your line manager for guidance. 

You should take the following actions as soon as someone living in supported accommodation shows symptoms of Coronavirus

Immediate Actions - Coronavirus in Projects

You should use this guidance on the use of communal areas in supported accommodation where someone is in self-isolation because they have symptoms of Coronavirus. 

What to do with Communal Areas

You should use this guidance to help you support anyone living in supported accommodation who is in self-isolation because they have symptoms of Coronavirus. 

Supporting someone in Self-Isolation with symptoms of Coronavirus

Use of Paracetamol Disclaimer and Log

You should use this guidance when someone living in supported accommodation comes out of self-isolation because their period of self-isolation is over and their symptoms have not become worse. 

What to do when someone comes out of Self-Isolation


You should also make sure that you follow these simple steps when you return home from working at a supported accommodation project.

Returning from Work Guidance


The full detailed procedure can be read by clicking below. 

Shared Accommodation Procedure