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Scottish Government publishes updated ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for funeral directors’

Scottish Government has published updated guidance for funeral directors. This guidance is for funeral directors to help manage their services during the current pandemic. You can read the updated guidance here:- https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-funeral-directors/pages/introduction/

Scottish Government publishes updated ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for funeral services’

Scottish Government has published updated guidance for funeral services. This guidance explains what restrictions are currently in place for funeral services and wider public health guidance relevant for funeral services. You can read the updated guidance here:- https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-funeral-services

Scottish Government publishes ‘COVID-19: Easing of Restrictions and Publication of Protection Levels Framework’ including details of funeral attendance and post-funeral gatherings/wakes

13th April 2021 The First Minister today (13 April 2021) set out further detail on the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and expressed confidence that all parts of Scotland will be placed into level 3 on the 26th April 2021. This means that up to 50 people, with physical distancing, will be able to attend funeral services, […]

Important updated guidance : ‘COVID-19: guidance for arranging or attending a funeral during the coronavirus pandemic’

13th April 2021 Public Health England and the Department of Health & Social Care has issued updated guidance for arranging or attending a funeral during the coronavirus pandemic. This revised guidance applies in England. The revised guidance contains updated advice for stage 2, April 12, of the roadmap, including:- – Tweaked advice on singing  – […]

Important updated guidance : ‘COVID-19: guidance for managing a funeral during the coronavirus pandemic’

13 April 2021 Public Health England and the Department of Health & Social Care has issued updated guidance for managing a funeral during the coronavirus pandemic. This revised guidance applies in England. The updated guidance includes updated advice for stage 2 of the road map as well as updated advice on the locations in which […]

Northern Ireland Department of Health issues new guidance for funeral directors

The Northern Ireland’s Department of Health has issued updated ‘Guidance for handling the infection risks when caring for thedeceased and managing funerals during the period of restrictions effective from 12th April 2021.’ You can read the guidance here: https://www.health-ni.gov.uk/sites/default/files/publications/health/interim-guidance-for-funeral-directors.pdf

Important updated guidance : ‘COVID-19: guidance for managing a funeral during the coronavirus pandemic’

Revised guidance was issued on 13 April 2021 and replaces the previous guidance below.  Please follow the revised guidance found here. 7 April 2021 Public Health England and the Department of Health & Social Care has issued updated guidance for managing a funeral during the coronavirus pandemic. This revised guidance applies in England. The major updates include […]

DMAG Update 22/03/2021

The members of DMAG held a video conference on 22nd March 2021, with representatives from Ministry of Justice, Scottish Government, and the Northern Ireland Department of Health present for the open part of the meeting. 

DMAG Update 15/03/2021

The members of DMAG held a video conference on 15th March 2021, with representatives from Ministry of Justice, Scottish Government, Welsh Government, and the Northern Ireland Department of Health present for the open part of the meeting. 

DMAG Update 08/03/2021

The members of DMAG held a video conference on 8th March 2021, with representatives from Ministry of Justice, Scottish Government, Welsh Government, and the Northern Ireland Department of Health present for the open part of the meeting.