My husband has lymohoma diagnosed during the pandemic.
I and my eldest daughter work in schools, my youngest as an administrator for the nhs.
My husbands firm are amazing. There is no pressure to come in.
My eldest daughter, as a teacher, feels she has no choice but to move into a house on the school site to enable her to work.
My younger daughter is working from home currently but we are unsure if this will be allowed to continue.
I can largely work from home, and am going in after hours if needed since this week - audit remotely is hard to do…
How are we supposed to keep Terry safe at home. The more we are out the higher risk he is in when we come home. We have one bathroom, and an average sized three bed house. He can’t live locked in a bedroom until next spring. There is no advice for us.
How can it be ok for the inhabitants of the same house as someone who is shielding to be working in a school, as per guidance?
We have throughout tried to be as pragmatic as possible but I don’t know how to keep him safe, or how my youngest daughter is supposed to live her life when all around her are “back to normal”. Moving out is not something that everyone can afford to do.
Should I even be going in when the school is empty?
Feeling confused and anxious - sorry to trouble you