Test, Trace and Protect (TTP) Overview
Information for Staff/Parents/Guardians.
The following information will set out what to expect in the event of a phone call from a member of the TTP team.
You may be contacted by us if you/a minor in your family are:
Household contact: Those that are living or spending significant time in the same household e.g. those that live and sleep in the same home and share facilities such as kitchens and bathrooms; and people who have cleaned a household where a case lives without personal protective equipment.
Non- household contact:
Direct contact: Face to face contact with a case for any length of time, including being coughed on or talked to. This includes exposure within 1 metre for 1 minute or longer.
Proximity contact: Extended close contact (within 1 to 2 metres for more than 15 minutes) with a case or travelled in a small vehicle with a case.
Aeroplane contact of a case returning from exempted countries: Passengers sitting within two seats in every direction (i.e. the 2 seats either side, and then then 2 rows in front and behind of these seat) and cabin crew serving the area where the case was seated.
International travellers: All international travellers are considered contacts, except those returning from countries on an exemption list. This applies even if they are not known to have had household or non-household contact with a case.
The Phone Call
Information that will be gathered over the phone
What you WON’T be asked
For more information see staying alert to scams.
For further, constantly updated information, refer to:
Contained in the document above is more specific guidance in different situations.
Stay at home if you or anyone in your extended household has symptoms:
• a high temperature
• a new, continuous cough
• loss of smell or taste (anosmia)
Where any/all these symptoms are apparent – get tested...
For information on how to obtain a test, see:
For further information on employers' responsibilities to help with coronavirus testing and contact tracing please go to the following link.
Keep Wales Safe
• always observe social distancing
• wash your hands regularly
• if you meet another household, outside your extended household, stay outdoors
• work from home if you can