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Staying safe having care

blue_zebra
blue_zebra Member Posts: 74 Connected
edited March 2020 in Coffee lounge
I wanted to pop by and wish everyone well at this trying time. 

I am currently having my daily care as normal but it's a worry to me that they are possible carriers due to their job roles. Being immuno compromised I'm scared of anything remotely illness related entering my home. Anxiety is high as most with most of us. 

I think the problem is that every care company is practicing different PPE and management to try and keep us and their staff safe. 

They are doing a great job despite the challenges and strain they are facing. It just worries me that precautionary measures are not enough.

It's not a dig at our services more a concern that there isn't really a plan in place for extreme measures such as these. 

Thoughts anyone? 

?  @blue_zebra ?
Community Champion 

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