I am staying with youngest DD (who is a nurse) and her 3 children. she has been working on a ward with covid cases but so far has escaped it. Two of the children are at school, one secondary, and youngest is in nursery 3/4 days a week and we have all been lucky!
I have attended the theatre a couple of times been out in restaurants etc and obviously to shops I haven't seen any of my friends (I have a few!) as two are clinically extremely vulnerable and a couple of others are caring for vulnerable husbands so its been to protect them rather than me.
My two other daughters have both had covid, one (who is a social services manager) has had it twice! All the other grand children have had it.
I guess its only a matter of time before it strikes one of us in this household!
I too dread long covid. I have been battling with the after effects of Sepsis contracted 3 years ago, so I know only too well how debilitating a lingering condition can be, and thats more of a worry than Covid itself.
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