Does anyone know why this covid policy exists? Anyone in nursing/medicine?Watch
Its great that they are back in work but could they not be infectious when they return to work through either of the following ways:
- They caught covid from their relative on day 12 of their isolation and are not yet showing symptoms
- They caught covid near the start of their isolation and have no symptoms due to a long incubation period
So I’m wondering why a test is not required before they return, trust policies just state to isolate for 2 weeks.
I’m just trying to understand