No one interested in reading these? I found them quite shocking. Those who asked ‘will herding the working classes back to work cause a second wave of infection?’ have a clear answer in these four short cases studies.
I am confused and worried about returning more so because I have asthma and angina so come under clinically vulnerable or so I thought however on speaking to doctors receptionist today she said i was able to return to work as I wasn't on their risk list so I'm unsure what to do
If you have other health issues you need to see your GP (not the receptionist) and if necessary challenge whether you should be put on the list. Can you talk to your employer to get their stance on this?
Thanks for replying yes I agree I would have liked to have spoken to the doctor however after two frosty conversations with the receptionist I was told he was busy I feel my next step is to make an appointment work have been understanding and have told me to work from home for another 4 weeks so hopefully by then I will have spoken to doctor I do feel that the whole grouping of different people is confusing especially when the doctors list and government criteria are not the same it makes me now feel I have been isolating to a degree when unnecessary