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Please could somebody help us. Now that the government have said that we do not need to isolate if we test positive, have you written your own policies for your setting?

Are you still asking parents to keep their children at home if they test positive? Also, are you still asking staff to isolate if they test positive too? Just curious how people are handling it now

 

Thank you in advance

 

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Hi Emma

it’s a tricky situation to manage at the moment isn’t it? We have gone with 5 days isolation if tested positive and can return if well after that, the thinking behind that is people will only (in theory) be testing now because they have symptoms so are unwell anyway. We haven’t stipulated the 2 days negative in a row.

The grey area for me will be if an asymptomatic staff member tests positive on LFD (even though we have stopped work testing), I’m inclined to think come to work and just be more cautious, maybe wear a mask inside, I’d be interested to know what others are doing in that situation 🤷‍♀️

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On 05/03/2022 at 09:11, Mouseketeer said:

Hi Emma

it’s a tricky situation to manage at the moment isn’t it? We have gone with 5 days isolation if tested positive and can return if well after that, the thinking behind that is people will only (in theory) be testing now because they have symptoms so are unwell anyway. We haven’t stipulated the 2 days negative in a row.

The grey area for me will be if an asymptomatic staff member tests positive on LFD (even though we have stopped work testing), I’m inclined to think come to work and just be more cautious, maybe wear a mask inside, I’d be interested to know what others are doing in that situation 🤷‍♀️

Thank you so much for your reply 😌

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