Old 25th March 2020, 16:18   #1
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How is this virus affecting you?

Anyone diagnosed with covid 19?


Anyone not allowed to work?


Just curious.


I work at a school, and our kids and staff aren't allowed in the buildings. We have to work through correspondence such as emails, paperwork, online conferencing and teaming platforms, phone, text, etc. We volunteered to deliver thousands of meals to our students that have financial need. Other than that, we're still pretty healthy here.


Please let me know you all are ok. I don't come here often, but that doesn't mean you aren't important to me.

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Old 25th March 2020, 17:09   #2
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ok here
i work for an ISP and do that from home on a VPN connection
saves me 3 hours every day i normally spend on my way from home to work and back.
no covid 19 here , but we do stick to the rules and stay at home as much as we can

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Old 25th March 2020, 21:46   #3
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I'm in a high risk group and I've been placed into lockdown for 12 weeks (maybe longer) by my GP because of health conditions.

I'm not working because of afore mentioned health issues.

Most Schools/Colleges/universities in the UK are closed right now.

Its a worrying time I just hope it doesn't hit as bad as they fear it might.

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Old 30th March 2020, 08:56   #4
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My father and sister, last surviving members of my family, are both in vulnerable groups and are in lockdown. I'm looking after my father effectively, but since work is all online it's relatively easy to keep things going.

Worried what will happen when people's money starts to run out though, I rather suspect fripperies like supporting a streamer won't be a priority.

Hospital here has already had a couple of cases, at least last time i heard - probably a lot more now I guess.

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Old 2nd April 2020, 04:48   #5
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I'm in a high risk group and I've been placed into lockdown for 12 weeks (maybe longer) by my GP because of health conditions.

I'm not working because of afore mentioned health issues.
ShyShy is in the same boat. Not the lockdown, but the conditions, high risk and no work.

I've been working from home since last week. Will continue to do so until either Shy contracts the bug and we work through that, or the bug's presence becomes normalised in society and we all get on with our lives, just with more masks and Purell.

I think Australia's had ~20 deaths and about 2,000 cases. Nobody I know.

PLUS today's my birthday, yay. I completely forgot it was coming up, until I was rudely awoken by my brother calling me at 7.30 am. Rude.

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Old 2nd April 2020, 09:43   #6
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Thanks for the ask.
I am a new user here,
but as far as this situation is concern, the world is at the same platform right now and everybody is dealing with the same problems in their lives.
However me and my family is fine, but I am little bit scared because my two of the colleagues were diagnosed with it and one of them is in critical condition.
May God bless all of us in these circumstances
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Old 2nd April 2020, 12:29   #7
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Happy birthday Jaz. I hope that there were at least a few good times to be had while hiding.from this disease.

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Old 2nd April 2020, 21:39   #8
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Safe here.

I work from home like most of us do. We're cautious (keep a meter and a half distance from people) but there's nothing crazy going on here. I still walk the dog and do most of our shopping.
A complete lockdown is useless anyway; you've got to come out eventually anyway.
I find it surprising and refreshing to see how flexible our community can be if it's needed and the solutions people can come up with.

Happy birthday man, I hope you're able to celebrate it at least a bit somehow.

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Old 4th April 2020, 16:10   #9
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Everybody is suffering due to the pandemic.

Some have contracted the virus and are fighting for life. Some are in quarantine. Many are in Lockdown. Rest are just afraid due to the panic.

But, best way to deal is keep calm, employ social distancing, keep sanitation and hygiene.
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Old 4th April 2020, 16:17   #10
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I employ social distancing even when there isn't a pandemic... I rarely socialise as it is.

Only people I have coming here are neighbours who do favours for me.

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I work for an Engineering company that is contracted to a State Transportation Agency. Until the state Governor shuts down or furloughs the Agency - its business as usual. Building and maintaining roads and bridges is a must - even during apocalyptic events.

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Safe here, but Italy as a whole isn't.

Been self quarantining for a month and a half, always wash my hands with some disinfectant, but that should come naturally despite the virus. Worked at a rest home and got "fired" before this whole mess started.

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