No and No. Some consultants or the few band 7 nurses who can afford childcare aren't the majority of the NHS. I was merely pointing out to the original poster to widen their views a bit than to assume the unemployed are in a worse position than NHS workers who are currently doing long shifts, cancelled leave etc, and have to then trudge off to find empty store after empty store. I knew someone would go off on one about other work sectors. As for your virtue signalling i don't know how that relates to my post, absolute balls, I am not trying to impress anyone.
Be sure that's not that far as you may think. The brave chefs and waiters can get sick too and share this.
If it was about that it would be open to the childcare providers who are looking after those nhs workers kids, and all the other key workers making the same sacrifices. I did learn a new phrase this week, virtue signalling, and this is exactly that.
I'm sure the level of risk between treating multiple known carriers of a deadly virus at work and eating a side salad at a restaurant must be fairly similar.
Posted 20th Mar 2020Posted 20th Mar 2020
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