Your Wellbeing Is Our #1 Priority Against The Coronavirus

The World Health Organization has declared the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic, and the number of cases continues to rise worldwide.

The current coronavirus outbreak, which began in December 2019, is presenting a significant threat to individuals here in the UK and abroad. COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It has become clear that the elderly and those with underlying health conditions are the most vulnerable to the infection and its societal disruption.

GME Group Limited is taking all precautions with our Coronavirus Countermeasures to protect not only our clients in their own homes or other tradesman working on development sites but also the health and wellbeing of our engineers.

All our engineers are provided with gloves and masks and will wear them at all times during their interaction with you.

The health of both our clients and our engineers is our number one priority and we are taking all measures to help prevent the spread of this infection.

If you have an appointment booked with one of our engineers and you have the coronavirus symptoms – which are a high temperature and a continuous cough – then please can you contact us as soon as possible to cancel the appointment. Under those circumstances, we would advise you to not visit for GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital, but instead self-isolate and stay at home for 7 days.

We are monitoring government advice regarding the Coronavirus situation closely. The latest Coronavirus public health information and advice can be found here.

Thank you for working with us to protect our customers, staff and families. We hope that these measures will keep us free from Coronavirus. Should we encounter confirmed cases in any of our offices we will inform affected customers immediately and issue further information.

We wish you all good health in these uncertain times and look forward to a Coronavirus free environment in the near future. Let’s all do our best to beat this pandemic and get back to business as usual.