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Chris Purdy Jun 22
So shielding is ending on 1st of August, we must really be flying through these alert levels seeing how shielding was originally planned to remain in place until level 1 was reached!
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Caitlin Berry Jul 5
Hey, UK. I haven’t left my tiny apartment in four whole months, and I haven’t seen my family since the very start of this year. The more you ignore regulations, go out, spread this thing, the more time I have to stay like this. Come on.
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Andrew Johnson Jun 25
As a patient that's just about to be able to emerge and see people again I really worry when I see scenes like this and that I may have to be locked down again soon.
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🛡 Prof. Colin Talbot 🛡 Jun 22
The idea that should come to a close yet is absurd. With my age and heart, lung and diabetes problems I'd have a pretty good chance of dying if I contracted C19. There are lots of people like me. The Govt are playing Russian Roulette with our lives.
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Liz Flett-Wood #ForgottenShielder Jun 24
1. I’ve thought about it long and hard. Here’s where I stand on the topic. Personally we will be staying , as releasing the most vulnerable, the least exposed, along with opening up the social lockdown just doesn’t feel safe. It’s not looking at a phased approach.
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Ramandeep Kaur Jun 30
Last day . It's been an incredible journey & memories I will cherish inc winning 2 CAIB Awards. I have learnt so much in 6years! You are all amazing. Teams leaving meeting was emotional . Thankyou for my lovely messages & generous gifts. Will miss you all!
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Angela🛡 If it's not fair, I'm on it! #GTTO #ProEU Jun 28
Update week 15: An unfortunate way of marking the milestone of 100 days of shielding - being introduced to my second nurse. However, it's not game over for this tough old bird! Too much to fight for, still so much love to give & fun to be had!💪🤗🥳
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ARMA Jul 1
From 6 July, the advice to people changes. It's important that people at risk have employment protection, especially in unsafe workplaces Charities need to be involved in developing the final shielding guidance.
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SKD Jun 27
For 28 years I have had a chronic lung condition and never really shared my feelings or experiences. Now that I am I feel this is the perfect time to start that. I would also love to hear from others. If you see this please and help me get my voice out there.
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Anna Severwright Jun 27
I've survived 100 days and the end is in sight... I thought I would resurrect this week, starting with how I have coped stuck indoors with no garden - I just have created one inside instead!
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Sethina Watson Jul 9
This is one trainee’s back to work experience after 14 weeks off Offer no risk assessment Put them on immediate LD on call without fit testing for PPE No response to trainee emails No contact from ES for entire duration of shielding No SuppoRTT
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Liz Flett-Wood #ForgottenShielder Jul 2
I’m trying to work out how it’s safe for those who have been to go back to work in schools or go back as a student. Have either Gavin Williamson or Jenny Jarries ever been in a big secondary school and seen the chaos of school corridors at the end of lessons!?
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Sarah Jun 25
2.2 million people in the U.K. shielding, not all of them elderly. Missing work, friends, family and wanting to go/back see them in a safe way.
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🐟carol hedges Jul 4
💀Back from essential shopping. Supermarket full of unmasked people, getting too close and eye-rolling when I pointedly stepped back.. by the time we got to the car, I was very close to tears. Thanks . Thanks a lot
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💖 𝐸𝓂𝓏 💖 Jun 27
When you receive a letter to say You can stop shielding but didn’t receive a shielding letter to begin with
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Martin Kelly (Won't Be Going Out) Jul 2
Jenny Harries seems to be consistently missing the point. I am and my daughter COULD go back to school in September if she contracts but is asymptomatic and brings it home to me and I get it when I'm high risk then what?
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Nic Jul 1
Denied furlough whilst shielding since march, only financial income is SSP £1000 loss of income each month...... BUT I BET GOVERMENT HAMMER MY TAX FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS!!!
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Julie Jun 29
Replying to @NicolaSturgeon
Have you seen the pictures at Primark in Glasgow? Who could be that mad to wait in the rain since 5.30am. I'm staying clear of shops until face coverings are made mandatory
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stephen andrews 5h
think the wife has had a few to many its going to be long night lol she wants me to dance ffs the last dance we had was on our wedding day lol love her to bits my rock my soul mate for all its sacrifices has brought us closer together , take care all stay safe
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brogan Jun 26
I've been for 14 weeks now. I have 5 weeks to go til I can begin to have the same freedoms as you. The photos of full beaches are a massive FU to the sacrifices we have made. A big FU the people who have died. I am young, I am happy, I don't want to die, I'm terrified
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