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Tested positive for Covid yesterday 22:29 - Nov 7 with 1460 viewscbower

Got results today. Glad they're keeping the schools open though. I'm sure me being around 1000 teenagers on Monday and Tuesday this week before feeling shoite on Wednesday is just pure coincidence.

Or just utter madness?

bluescouser

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 22:48 - Nov 7 with 1191 viewsOldsmoker

Am I right in thinking you were over it before you got the official confirmation?
If so, that's great news.
If you feel OK, when will you be allowed to mingle with 1000 teenagers again - or are you pleased you have a cast-iron excuse not to?

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:12 - Nov 7 with 1115 viewsRyorry

Sorry to hear that cb - wishing you a full and speedy recovery đź‘Ť

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:17 - Nov 7 with 1101 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Get well soon. I am sure there is a way to have kept schools open far more safely than has been done.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:18 - Nov 7 with 1110 viewsFixed_It

Hope you make a speedy recovery. I have 6 weeks to go before I retire. Just hoping I make it to be honest.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:20 - Nov 7 with 1093 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:18 - Nov 7 by Fixed_It

Hope you make a speedy recovery. I have 6 weeks to go before I retire. Just hoping I make it to be honest.


What timing!

Stay safe.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:40 - Nov 7 with 1064 viewsjeera

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:18 - Nov 7 by Fixed_It

Hope you make a speedy recovery. I have 6 weeks to go before I retire. Just hoping I make it to be honest.


Omg you're almost like a Danny Glover character.

Are you gonna get sucked into doing one more term at the last minute?

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:18 - Nov 8 with 1004 viewsSitfcB

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:18 - Nov 7 by Fixed_It

Hope you make a speedy recovery. I have 6 weeks to go before I retire. Just hoping I make it to be honest.


You’re never retirement age?

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:43 - Nov 8 with 981 viewsfactual_blue

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:18 - Nov 8 by SitfcB

You’re never retirement age?


I'm not yet retirement age.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:51 - Nov 8 with 973 viewsSitfcB

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:43 - Nov 8 by factual_blue

I'm not yet retirement age.


Thought you were about 80 to be honest.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 01:43 - Nov 8 with 948 viewsJ2BLUE

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:18 - Nov 8 by SitfcB

You’re never retirement age?


Agree, had him down for 30-40. Same with Facters, but in his case it's decades not years.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 01:54 - Nov 8 with 941 viewsjeera

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 01:43 - Nov 8 by J2BLUE

Agree, had him down for 30-40. Same with Facters, but in his case it's decades not years.


I figured Fixers to be early 50s.

Facters is like Benjamin Button.

He seems to be getting younger.

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:08 - Nov 8 with 741 viewsfactual_blue

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:51 - Nov 8 by SitfcB

Thought you were about 80 to be honest.


That'll be your retirement age.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:14 - Nov 8 with 725 viewsFixed_It

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 01:54 - Nov 8 by jeera

I figured Fixers to be early 50s.

Facters is like Benjamin Button.

He seems to be getting younger.


I age well considering the job I do!
I am way off getting the state pension but have the opportunity to go at 60, which I am doing. But I am lucky in as far as I feel younger, look younger and generally act younger!

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:16 - Nov 8 with 715 viewsFixed_It

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 00:18 - Nov 8 by SitfcB

You’re never retirement age?


I love you sitters!

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:16 - Nov 8 with 715 viewscbower

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 22:48 - Nov 7 by Oldsmoker

Am I right in thinking you were over it before you got the official confirmation?
If so, that's great news.
If you feel OK, when will you be allowed to mingle with 1000 teenagers again - or are you pleased you have a cast-iron excuse not to?


Not sweating like a fat lass in a disco anymore but still feeling ropey. According to NHS, 9 more days before I can rejoin the huddled masses. The craziness of students and staff wearing masks on corridors but having to take them off in classrooms where Social Distancing is at its hardest is baffling. Kids just don't take the whole thing seriously quite frankly.

bluescouser

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:16 - Nov 8 with 717 viewsjas0999

Sorry to hear that and hope you feel better soon.

I am however pleased they have kept the schools open. Shutting them would be bad for many families livelihoods, the economy and mental health of so many children. Appreciate Thais opinion isn’t shared by all though!
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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:19 - Nov 8 with 708 viewsFixed_It

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:08 - Nov 8 by factual_blue

That'll be your retirement age.


Harsh - but...

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:20 - Nov 8 with 710 viewscbower

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:18 - Nov 7 by Fixed_It

Hope you make a speedy recovery. I have 6 weeks to go before I retire. Just hoping I make it to be honest.


Stay safe. Done 26 years so far, at least two more to go. Good luck.

bluescouser

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:50 - Nov 8 with 655 viewsFixed_It

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 23:40 - Nov 7 by jeera

Omg you're almost like a Danny Glover character.

Are you gonna get sucked into doing one more term at the last minute?


Ha! They did ask. I declined.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:52 - Nov 8 with 647 viewsIpswichBoyBlue

Get well soon fella. Best wishes.
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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:54 - Nov 8 with 644 viewsFixed_It

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:16 - Nov 8 by jas0999

Sorry to hear that and hope you feel better soon.

I am however pleased they have kept the schools open. Shutting them would be bad for many families livelihoods, the economy and mental health of so many children. Appreciate Thais opinion isn’t shared by all though!


I totally get the need for kids to attend school as much as possible, but with schools full to capacity every day the National 'Lockdown' is rendered totally pointless.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 11:09 - Nov 8 with 567 viewsfactual_blue

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:19 - Nov 8 by Fixed_It

Harsh - but...


By the time Sitters reaches the current retirement age, people will be living in the radioactive ruins of our towns and cities, slowly dying of radiation-related ailments whilst eating rats and squirrels.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 11:12 - Nov 8 with 561 viewsfactual_blue

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:14 - Nov 8 by Fixed_It

I age well considering the job I do!
I am way off getting the state pension but have the opportunity to go at 60, which I am doing. But I am lucky in as far as I feel younger, look younger and generally act younger!


I was fortunate enough to get an early retirement package just before my 59th birthday. In a month or so I should be getting a letter from The Pension Service about my approaching entitlement to RP.

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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 11:17 - Nov 8 with 532 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:16 - Nov 8 by cbower

Not sweating like a fat lass in a disco anymore but still feeling ropey. According to NHS, 9 more days before I can rejoin the huddled masses. The craziness of students and staff wearing masks on corridors but having to take them off in classrooms where Social Distancing is at its hardest is baffling. Kids just don't take the whole thing seriously quite frankly.


Yes, but the holidays!

"They break our legs and tell us to be grateful when they offer us crutches."
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Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 12:13 - Nov 8 with 468 viewsPinewoodblue

Tested positive for Covid yesterday on 09:16 - Nov 8 by cbower

Not sweating like a fat lass in a disco anymore but still feeling ropey. According to NHS, 9 more days before I can rejoin the huddled masses. The craziness of students and staff wearing masks on corridors but having to take them off in classrooms where Social Distancing is at its hardest is baffling. Kids just don't take the whole thing seriously quite frankly.


How many of your colleagues will be asked to do quarantine?

A disproportionate number of Covid cases in educational environments seem to be teachers.

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