Boris Braver Than We Thought.
One rule applies to them, and another to us, and frankly I don’t see why we can’t just get on with life.
The prime minister is not expected to isolate after taking a flight with a member of his staff who has tested positive for COVID-19, nor is he taking a CV-19 PCR test. We are not here to speculate, but I would say that maybe he didn’t want to risk a False Positive Result as there are several stories in several countries suggesting people are having up to six negative results before finally being diagnosed.
He was gravely ill and tested positive not so long ago in March 2021, but looks like Boris is a risk taker indeed, or maybe, this virus is not as deadly as it’s been made out to be?
Downing Street said the prime minister did not come into close contact with the civil servant during the trip to Scotland, to discussed COP26 policing with the head of Police Scotland and visited an offshore wind farm, but a source said the pair had been “side-by-side” on several occasions and also flew in the same small aircraft between Glasgow and Aberdeen.
We have seen mass shortage of drivers in the U.K because of close contact with those who have been tested positive. This also applies to being in close contact with someone who has travelled in the same vehicle or plane as an infected person.
The isolation period includes the date of your last contact with them and the next ten full days.
If you have been vaccinated, with one or two doses, you still need to self-isolate.
What are your thoughts on this matter?
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