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If your child has..... 08:56 - Mar 12 with 2447 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

....a sore throat, cough but no temperature would you send them to skool? What would the official guidance be?

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If your child has..... on 09:01 - Mar 12 with 1467 viewshomer_123

'What would the official guidance be?'

This is def the place for official guidance.

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If your child has..... on 09:03 - Mar 12 with 1454 viewsWD19

If your child has..... on 09:01 - Mar 12 by homer_123

'What would the official guidance be?'

This is def the place for official guidance.


We need to get Coronavirus done.
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If your child has..... on 09:12 - Mar 12 with 1406 viewsSwansea_Blue

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

What to do if you think you might have coronavirus
If you think you might have coronavirus or you've been in close contact with someone who has it:

stay at home and avoid close contact with other people
do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital
use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do next
The 111 coronavirus service will tell you if you need to continue to stay at home (self-isolate) or if you need medical help.

Use the 111 coronavirus service
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Or lock them in the shed.

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If your child has..... on 09:14 - Mar 12 with 1398 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

If your child has..... on 09:01 - Mar 12 by homer_123

'What would the official guidance be?'

This is def the place for official guidance.


Any official guidance is surprisingly hard to find (a little like a good heart!)

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If your child has..... on 09:16 - Mar 12 with 1392 viewsSwansea_Blue

If your child has..... on 09:03 - Mar 12 by WD19

We need to get Coronavirus done.


We get 350 million Covid-19 cases a week. Let's die of ordinary diseases instead.

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If your child has..... on 09:19 - Mar 12 with 1380 viewsGuthrum

If there is no elevated temperature, it is less likely to be C-19 (more one of the myriad of other winter colds which normally go around and haven't stopped this year, either). However, I'm not a doctor so don't take my word for it.

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If your child has..... on 09:19 - Mar 12 with 1380 viewsStokieBlue

I believe it's usually the fever that comes first so sounds like just a normal winter cold. That is not official advice though.

If you are unsure then just keep BDS junior off - the school aren't going to complain at the moment.

SB

“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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If your child has..... on 09:21 - Mar 12 with 1376 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

If your child has..... on 09:16 - Mar 12 by Swansea_Blue

We get 350 million Covid-19 cases a week. Let's die of ordinary diseases instead.


To talk to anybody on 111 you basically have to lie!

....so the shed it is then.
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If your child has..... on 09:24 - Mar 12 with 1359 viewsSwansea_Blue

If your child has..... on 09:21 - Mar 12 by BanksterDebtSlave

To talk to anybody on 111 you basically have to lie!

....so the shed it is then.
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It's for the best. Should be adequate ventilation. Just leave a bit of food once in a while if you remember. And if your shed is anything like my old one, there'll be plenty of water coming in with all this rain. Job done.

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If your child has..... on 09:28 - Mar 12 with 1344 viewschrisswailes

If your child has..... on 09:24 - Mar 12 by Swansea_Blue

It's for the best. Should be adequate ventilation. Just leave a bit of food once in a while if you remember. And if your shed is anything like my old one, there'll be plenty of water coming in with all this rain. Job done.


Similar with this man child.

I've felt like I've been fighting something for a few days, finally woke up with the sniffles and a sore throat. No fever though and just feels like a standard cold.

Meant to be away this weekend for the GF's birthday, so assume I'm fine to carry on. Usually I wouldn't give it a second thought. Current climate is spooning me out though.

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If your child has..... on 09:29 - Mar 12 with 1330 viewsGlasgowBlue

If your child has..... on 09:14 - Mar 12 by BanksterDebtSlave

Any official guidance is surprisingly hard to find (a little like a good heart!)


Q quick google shows you are talking utter bullsh1t.

You’ve hardly covered yourself in glory on this subject banksy.

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If your child has..... on 09:32 - Mar 12 with 1322 viewsGavTWTD

I don't think it'll be long before schools are shut. Next week I'd say.

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If your child has..... on 09:35 - Mar 12 with 1302 viewsGlasgowBlue

If your child has..... on 09:32 - Mar 12 by GavTWTD

I don't think it'll be long before schools are shut. Next week I'd say.


We will know more after COBRA meet at eleven.

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If your child has..... on 09:43 - Mar 12 with 1281 viewsStokieBlue

If your child has..... on 09:32 - Mar 12 by GavTWTD

I don't think it'll be long before schools are shut. Next week I'd say.


I think you are probably right but that's going to be very hard for a lot of parents.

Society just isn't setup to handle not having the schools during the day.

SB

“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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If your child has..... on 09:45 - Mar 12 with 1264 viewsgiant_ullaa

If your child has..... on 09:28 - Mar 12 by chrisswailes

Similar with this man child.

I've felt like I've been fighting something for a few days, finally woke up with the sniffles and a sore throat. No fever though and just feels like a standard cold.

Meant to be away this weekend for the GF's birthday, so assume I'm fine to carry on. Usually I wouldn't give it a second thought. Current climate is spooning me out though.


yeah got my Mum and brother's* birthday party this saturday, but not sure if I have a sore thoat coming on. Think it may be the mind playing tricks (yet a-fcking-gain), so think its ok to go still. Also, it may be the last chance to see them for a while (who knows?)




















*stop sniggerring.

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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If your child has..... on 09:48 - Mar 12 with 1244 viewsWeWereZombies

If your child has..... on 09:43 - Mar 12 by StokieBlue

I think you are probably right but that's going to be very hard for a lot of parents.

Society just isn't setup to handle not having the schools during the day.

SB


Thank goodness those school holidays have been done away with.

(I know, we get advance notice about that and are used to dealing with them year in, year out).

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If your child has..... on 09:49 - Mar 12 with 1236 viewsSwansea_Blue

If your child has..... on 09:45 - Mar 12 by giant_ullaa

yeah got my Mum and brother's* birthday party this saturday, but not sure if I have a sore thoat coming on. Think it may be the mind playing tricks (yet a-fcking-gain), so think its ok to go still. Also, it may be the last chance to see them for a while (who knows?)




















*stop sniggerring.


I'm convinced I've got it, but don't have any symptoms whatsoever! All this stuff gets in your head.

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If your child has..... on 09:52 - Mar 12 with 1219 viewsGuthrum

If your child has..... on 09:35 - Mar 12 by GlasgowBlue

We will know more after COBRA meet at eleven.


I'd better go and do some work, before the Government tells me I'm not allowed to. Once the tiles are grouted, at least my customer can have his kitchen back.

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If your child has..... on 09:56 - Mar 12 with 1210 viewsgiant_ullaa

If your child has..... on 09:52 - Mar 12 by Guthrum

I'd better go and do some work, before the Government tells me I'm not allowed to. Once the tiles are grouted, at least my customer can have his kitchen back.


I had my first try at tile grouting the other day - reuslts wise, its lucky that they're roughcut tiles and meant to look a bit shonkey!

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If your child has..... on 09:58 - Mar 12 with 1204 viewsStokieBlue

If your child has..... on 09:48 - Mar 12 by WeWereZombies

Thank goodness those school holidays have been done away with.

(I know, we get advance notice about that and are used to dealing with them year in, year out).


There are holiday clubs during the school holidays which essentially mean nothing changes (except you have to pay).

Those aren't going to be available - it's a totally different situation as you've highlighted.

SB

“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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If your child has..... on 09:58 - Mar 12 with 1198 viewsGuthrum

If your child has..... on 09:56 - Mar 12 by giant_ullaa

I had my first try at tile grouting the other day - reuslts wise, its lucky that they're roughcut tiles and meant to look a bit shonkey!


So are these ones .

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If your child has..... on 10:03 - Mar 12 with 1177 viewsGlasgowBlue

If your child has..... on 09:52 - Mar 12 by Guthrum

I'd better go and do some work, before the Government tells me I'm not allowed to. Once the tiles are grouted, at least my customer can have his kitchen back.


I have two coffee shops/bistros. One in the High Street, the other in a Shopping centre.

In the high street we are about 70% down and the street is dead. In the shopping centre we are about 30% a day down but our saving grace is we are opposite a Tesco metro, a Superdrug and a Boots so we are getting a few panic buyers in.

But they are mostly coffee and cakes rather than meals.

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If your child has..... on 10:06 - Mar 12 with 1156 viewsgiant_ullaa

If your child has..... on 10:03 - Mar 12 by GlasgowBlue

I have two coffee shops/bistros. One in the High Street, the other in a Shopping centre.

In the high street we are about 70% down and the street is dead. In the shopping centre we are about 30% a day down but our saving grace is we are opposite a Tesco metro, a Superdrug and a Boots so we are getting a few panic buyers in.

But they are mostly coffee and cakes rather than meals.


Blimey, thats dramtic stuff - will you and the staff be ok (if thats too personal, apologies)?

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If your child has..... on 10:09 - Mar 12 with 1147 viewsStokieBlue

If your child has..... on 10:03 - Mar 12 by GlasgowBlue

I have two coffee shops/bistros. One in the High Street, the other in a Shopping centre.

In the high street we are about 70% down and the street is dead. In the shopping centre we are about 30% a day down but our saving grace is we are opposite a Tesco metro, a Superdrug and a Boots so we are getting a few panic buyers in.

But they are mostly coffee and cakes rather than meals.


I didn't realise you owned a bistro - do you do the cooking?

Hopefully people will continue to go out and eat until the government advice tells them otherwise and you and your staff are OK. I guess the government pledges yesterday would help you if you have to close?

SB
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“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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If your child has..... on 10:16 - Mar 12 with 1110 viewsBloomBlue

On a positive note from the stats so far it seems very few children are catching it.

Do they have a runny nose? As that seems to be the one difference between the common cold and Corona although they aren't exclusive ie you can have common cold and corona virus at the same time so the runny nose could be misleading.

The official guidance appears to be contact the school and let them decide
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