We should absolutely have a creepy story thread, I’ve got loads.We should have a thread on this! However, another one, though not creepy. My son eentbthrough a phase of waking around 2am every night when he was 2. He'd be standing in his cot, looking into space, laughing delightedly. Every. Single. Night. Drove me nuts. He'd settle after I'd gone in, after waving at the empty room. I told my mum about it it, and she said, very matter of factedly, "Oh that'll be daddy, he likes to meet the grandchildren." My father died when I was 15, and my mum firmly believed he came to meet each grandchild he'd missed by passing. Never happened with my daughter though - as far as I know. I always hoped it was him, he was a lovely man.
I would prefer it to be isolate and await result, though you can test positive after depending on the day you do it.I thought if 1 person in a bubble got sick everyone had to isolate if they’ve been in contact, but mum just said they only have to if there’s a positive result
Half the classes are online here, half in the university. It reduces the people in the building.My daughter is still going to be having online lectures, andtheres doubt as to whether everyone will get a placement.
I think they have done it this way as otherwise most large schools would barely be in. But I do agree it's a bit mad. It's unlikely he has it, but if he does we not only went home to families etc, but came back for a day of teaching, was in the packed corridors, close contact with 2 additional teachers who then could spread to their students. Another problem is now it seems to be really hard to get a test, so there is a delay, which means results could be a few days if not more. By that time in college it could be round the whole bubble!I thought if 1 person in a bubble got sick everyone had to isolate if they’ve been in contact, but mum just said they only have to if there’s a positive result