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Return to Work - As from Friday 17th July?
« on: Thursday 16 July 20 07:59 BST (UK) »
We will be getting what will seem to be, or perhaps be a total turn around ( in some cases? ) of the lockdown guidance information??
We are to be informed that we should be making more effort to be returning back to work, as it has just been announced we, the public, have been to slow in doing so?
With second spike's now starting to occur. As to what is happening in / around of Leicester's the 1st second increase of the virus.

Just how many more of us will be and not be ( more ? ) confused as to what we should now and not be doing, will be coming from the P.M's conference on Friday?
 
I'm already confused in just waiting to see what the advice from the conference of Friday will be?
Take Care everyone. Regards Just J.


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Re: Return to Work - As from Friday 17th July?
« Reply #1 on: Friday 17 July 20 12:58 BST (UK) »
This is when I am happy to be retired. :)

Believe the guidance in Scotland is to keep working from home if possible at the moment.

It can all be rather confusing.

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Re: Return to Work - As from Friday 17th July?
« Reply #2 on: Friday 17 July 20 15:37 BST (UK) »
This is when I am happy to be retired. :)

Believe the guidance in Scotland is to keep working from home if possible at the moment.

It can all be rather confusing.

Dorrie

I agree Dorrie the thought of working in a shop just now  I would find pretty scary at the moment
I have a lot of sympathy for all the key workers that have kept going through all of this and had to have put up with a lot of complaints..I think with a lot more places opening up now its going to be a bit worrying ..We are very fortunate in our Area Argyll & Bute we have had no deaths recorded in the last 6 weeks so that sounds promising hope it stays like this ...So many deaths in the UK so sad  :'(

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Re: Return to Work - As from Friday 17th July?
« Reply #3 on: Friday 17 July 20 16:28 BST (UK) »
I think we owe a debt of gratitude to all workers who have kept our Country going in the last 4 months.

Things are looking good in Scotland right now but as things open up more and more we must not be complacent. Yes Rosie Argyll & Bute are doing really well with no deaths in the last 6 weeks.

A lot of workers have returned in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry - lets hope the all stay safe and our visitors.

My daughter will continue to work from home for as long as possible but my son has been back at work since May. Mainly making Covid stickers for shops etc. Business is booming.

So many people have lost their lives it seems unbelievable.

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Re: Return to Work - As from Friday 17th July?
« Reply #4 on: Friday 17 July 20 17:14 BST (UK) »
All we can do is try and keep safe   Dorrie :D

Rosie