For some time, the Care Quality Commission was coming across news, which revolved around taking off carpets and soft toys from waiting rooms of primary care trusts, as it would reduce infection chances.
After things got out of control, the CQC has talked about the matter for the first time. They have revealed that they have never said that doctors should remove such things from waiting rooms of PCTS.
They are not concerned with such things and these things do not even come under their guidelines of safety and security. A CQC spokesperson said that they are aware of the fact that many PCTs have removed carpets and toys from their waiting rooms, after being objected by inspection committees, but they would like to clarify that the CQC has not asked to remove any of the things.
"This and other rumors such as carpets and soft furnishings in waiting rooms will have to be removed due to infection issues control are absolutely false", he further affirmed.
On the other side, inspection committees, which have said such things, now have changed their stance on the same. They are now of the view the view that it was just a suggestion and whether to implement it or not, has to be decided by doctors.
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