- Feb 18, 2010
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When my son was told to isolate due to contact, he was told to not have a test unless he showed symptoms.
Same here, I have two at home isolating for 14 days from being in close contact (i.e. in a classroom) with others who tested positive.Hopefully she'll test negative and be OK.
I'm not sure how the law works with kids and schools Booz as I'm in the same boat as you as my middle lad has been sent home due to a contact testing positive. His school have just said stay away for 14 days.
I've had an employee with the text message from test and trace this week. If he ignores the message he could be fined between £1k and £10k and a £10k fine for the employer if they force somebody to come into work.
"If someone is instructed to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace, because they have had close contact with someone outside their household who has tested positive, they are legally required to self-isolate for the period notified by NHS Test and Trace. Both household and non-household contacts must self-isolate for the full period, regardless of whether they have symptoms and, if they develop symptoms and take a test, regardless of whether any test taken gives a negative result".
Arsenal in the Europa did first come first served from gold and silver members. Then for the Prem will do ballots.How have teams been allocating tickets to the home sections? Ballots, first come first served, only allowing from certain postcodes??
Liverpool's ballot was 'fans from the Liverpool wider city area only' to stop people from tier 3 area's travelling in.How have teams been allocating tickets to the home sections? Ballots, first come first served, only allowing from certain postcodes??
No it has to start somewhere and I'm just glad its started.Surely then, a number of clubs are getting an unfair advantage - should be Everyone of No-one