Yes, in England. Just a clue I run more than one of them. Entry to a social care facility in a professional capacity has been vaccinated only since November the first, no exceptions unless medically exempt, and the criteria for that are very limited, it’s not people like you deciding your don’t want to wear a mask and claiming exemption.Where are you talking about? Not England.
We haven’t had a non-vaccinated person on site in the main building since November 1st, except resident visitors who have to show clear test results.
In the hospital setting that I also run professional visitors are required to declare vaccine status before coming onto site and have a negative test result or we’ll provide a test. Strangely we’ve had no visitors who’ve had any kind of problem with this. Why do you suppose that would be?
This will also apply to any registered CQC premises from 1st April save for patients and their visitors, so all hospitals, dentists, GP services etc.