Currently no active cases.
The 1st known case of covid-19 at Winterwood was on 19/11/20, and the first affected people started returning to work from 30/11/20. The Farming side of the operation has had just one +ve test result on 18/01/21 and was contained to just the one employee, and we quickly identified that this initial infection was from outside the Company.
* An ‘Outbreak’ was defined by PHE back in November 2020, as more than 1 active case, but has since revised its definition several times in order to cope with the varying workload it gave PHE.
Current definition can be found at; https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-epidemiological-definitions-of-outbreaks-and-clusters/covid-19-epidemiological-definitions-of-outbreaks-and-clusters-in-particular-settings
and definition as at 28/03/21 is as below;
Two or more test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 among individuals associated with a specific non-residential setting with illness onset dates within 14 days, and one of:
- identified direct exposure between at least 2 of the test-confirmed cases in that setting (for example under one metre face to face, or spending more than 15 minutes within 2 metres) during the infectious period of one of the cases
- when there is no sustained local community transmission – absence of an alternative source of infection outside the setting for the initially identified cases
The packhouse side of the operation had 6 cases during all of December, none in January and two in early February (both of which were cleared without any internal spread), and none since.
This page will be updated within 24hrs of any change.
Last updated 28/03/21 20:59