Type 2 since 2012, still on Metformin, also on meds for blood pressure. Started own thread re work so won't bore you all but still advised with (fit note) from GP to work from home till end of July by GP. Work is a school so starting to get more pupils in from June 1st but have been open since the start as our kids have health care plans. They tried to place me on SSP to start with, then we had some sort of basic agreement with regard to an amended contract until they started playing silly buggers and then I spoke to the Union. Union advised me I shouldn't suffer a financial detriment for being on the clinically vulnerable list and spoke to my HR. I also sent an email to my Head which was short and sweet as per advised by the Union. HR have gone very quiet, I didn't receive any reply from the Head but I saw the new timetable yesterday and it seems I am still just on the virtual one from home. There will be work from home as not all kids will return. May get a phone call from Line Manager as I did last time having a moan and saying it's not fair to those in school but as my Union says "if the school is opening as per government guidelines then they should treat me as per government guidelines". I have two colleagues , one who is diabetic and other has reduced kidney function. They are desperate to go in. The school seems to look at them and then wonder why I am not going in but who is to say who is right?! If I go in I basically go against both GP and Government advice so if I fall ill that's my fault, no one else's. Everyone is different, some are more confident and some err on the side of caution. No one is right or wrong, it's all about personal circumstance and personal decisions for yourself. Everyone's decision should be respected in very unprecedented times. I would certainly advise talking to a Union though if the employer is trying to push you back.