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londoner83

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #75 on: 05-02-21, 10:44AM »
If you are using the app your countdown doesn't end till 11.59pm so legally you can't leave your home till midnight. There is no way unless you live next door you can legally travel to work in under 1 minute.

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #76 on: 05-02-21, 03:32PM »
I tested positive for covid last month. Got my wage slip this month and I've been stopped the first 3 days is this correct or should i have been paid it all?

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #77 on: 05-02-21, 04:03PM »
No this is not correct Covid related illness is paid in full.

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #78 on: 05-02-21, 07:30PM »
No this is not correct Covid related illness is paid in full.

Mines gone down under sick pay. And because i started after a certain date was stopped 3 days.  I had to chase the first time i isolated and wasnt paid 🤦‍♀️. Thanks ill chase it up with my manager

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #79 on: 05-02-21, 09:16PM »
When do the CEV staff who are currently isolating return to work?

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #80 on: 05-02-21, 09:47PM »
My guess would be around May time, possibly.
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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #81 on: 05-02-21, 10:33PM »
Some were informed today that shielding was extended to 5th March . It probably depends which part of UK you live in .

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #82 on: 05-02-21, 11:33PM »


 My Friends say they are at the limit , All are over 58 with conditions but its driving them mad  they have all put on many KG
 since this all started and they think if the covid dont kill them Stay at home will ,,,I would say that most of us can take the 5th march or a bit longer But May  ???,, can see a rebellion  coming ,,,,, ;D :D Think it more likely to be end of March  :'(

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #83 on: 06-02-21, 12:59PM »
Yes people definitely seem to be finding it much harder this time .

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« Reply #84 on: 06-02-21, 03:16PM »
I personally think once the Easter school holidays are over lockdown(in whatever form it takes after the 8th March) will finish along with shielding as most if not all the CEV’s should have had their first jab.
Then by end of May the majority of restrictions will be done with, then hopefully there will be no more shielding and lockdowns come the Winter.

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #85 on: 06-02-21, 03:20PM »
Depends on what plans the virus still has in store for us.  :(
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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #86 on: 06-02-21, 03:30PM »
Shielding in wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 is extended until March 31st

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #87 on: 06-02-21, 10:50PM »
Depends on what plans the virus still has in store for us.  :(

  Your Right on that one , I think to many people think that having got the Jab things will be fine ,

gomezz

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #88 on: 07-02-21, 07:21AM »
Not forgetting that even if you *have* had the jab and it *does* prevent you from being contagious (an unknown at it this time) then you can still spread the virus by touch.
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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #89 on: 07-02-21, 12:43PM »
I know people who have had the first jab and have now stopped social distancing and going out to meet people, the facts are thus you are not fully protected from the first jab, and even after the secound jab you can still give the virus to others, it has been stated that after secound dose you are 98% covered, from being ill from Covid you can carry it still and spread it

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #90 on: 07-02-21, 01:53PM »
I must confess that I only lasted week after having my first jab to having a beer with my takeaway curry last night.  While there is no firm evidence the recommendation is to avoid alcohol for two weeks to allow your immune system the best chance to build resistance.
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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #91 on: 07-02-21, 02:24PM »
Avoid alcohol  !!!  Do they not realise Tesco drives you to drink

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #92 on: 07-02-21, 08:01PM »
When do the CEV staff who are currently isolating return to work?


No idea mate, got told they would phone me every 2 weeks to update me and I have not had one phone call. If its the same as last time I expect I will get a phone call the day before I go back.

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Re: Covid isolation
« Reply #93 on: 07-02-21, 08:02PM »
Not forgetting that even if you *have* had the jab and it *does* prevent you from being contagious (an unknown at it this time) then you can still spread the virus by touch.

I think you are mistaken gomezz, once staff are on site, they are immune...