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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by birch villa, 23 Mar 2020.
I hope when they do that honours bollocks next they just concentrate on public health workers.
Thank you again all you people this thread is for.
After seeing more of the conditions you are coping with, most of the british public appreciate everything you are doing ,keep up the good work and stay safe god bless you all
i work with vulnerable people and generally lone work. this week i worked with a new customer. no access to a care plan, knew nothing about him other than their name and address. some care providers will get many plaudits, but lack of PPE and information is worrying enough generally , least of all at this moment in time.
Keep up the good work and I hope you get some clarity for your own situation
My brother in law has a collapsed lung and still being a front line paramedic during these times.
Business as usual this morning 100 people in close proximity to each other and people sent out in shared vans, the laissez-faire attitude of RM management towards social distancing continues.
These people deserve all the praise we can give them pal
Are they taking any measures at all pal
thanks, i do it because i enjoy it. but it's scary as you don't feel able to protect each other. hand sanitizer is nigh on impossible to get, no masks as guess they are not deemed necessary in my role. the psychological effect of it all, walking into work through near empty streets. nowhere near as intense as the NHS and hospital staff will be experiencing mind, so i count my blessings.