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Inverness care home puts 'tougher restrictions in place' to prevent coronavirus

By Andrew Dixon

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Isobel Fraser Care Home.
Isobel Fraser Care Home.

An Inverness care home is putting tougher restrictions in place from today in a bid to prevent patients and staff from contracting coronavirus.

Isobel Fraser Care Home, in Mayfield Road, is moving 13 staff into the home to provide care for its residents.

It is using camper vans to provide extra accommodation for staff.

Camper vans will be used by staff.
Camper vans will be used by staff.

The care home stated on social media: "We are putting tougher restrictions in place.

"We are having 13 staff move into the home for three weeks to provide live in care. This is to try and prevent the Covid-19 virus getting into the home.

"I would like to thank Highland Auto Campers for letting us hire these three camper vans for three weeks to provide additional accommodation for our staff."

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