Exemption Protocol For Home Care Providers

April 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Bermuda Health Council is advising Home Care providers of the Public Health [Covid-19 Emergency Powers] [Stay at Home] Regulations 2021 exemption protocol.

A spokesperson said, “All registered Home Care providers [Caregivers] are advised to:

  • Carry a copy of your official registration letter provided by the Health Council. This applies to individuals who registered after September 2020.
  • In addition, please ensure that you carry a valid photo ID.

“If you have never registered with the Bermuda Health Council as a Home Care provider [Caregiver] or your registration has expired:

  • Please complete the Stay at Home Order Temporary Exemption Form to receive a temporary exemption letter for your scheduled work hours.
  • In addition, please ensure that you carry a valid photo ID.

“Home Care provider registration can be found at: www.bhec.bm/home-care-provider-registrations which is located at the top of the web page.

“Those who work for a Home Care Agency or Care Home / Nursing Home:

  • Please contact your employer directly for letters of employment.
  • In addition, please ensure that you carry a valid photo ID.

“Questions or concerns can be submitted to registrations@bhec.bm

“For additional information about the Bermuda Health Council’s functions and priorities, please access our website: www.bhec.bm, or contact us on Facebook and Instagram.”

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