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Discussion in 'Newly Diagnosed' started by Ames37, Mar 15, 2020.
We're vulnerable but not extremely vulnerable so we get no special treatment
I'd like to see anyone buy enough at one visit to last a week ......I have to visit 3 shops at the mo just to get 2 days dinners (I dont like walking around packed shops or queuing up with people coughing and spluttering ....
If you're only on tablets then they will look at your case differently if you're on an insulin regime
I am 46,i have mythocondrial type 1 diabetes and a rare genetic condition, I read the NHS high risk cornovirus website and diabetes was on it, I also attend the Genetic clinic in Newcastle, England, I am under treatment from NHS Scotland and haven't received a shielding letter from from the NHS or Scottish government and work as a retail security officer
I was under the impression we weren't being told to self isolate for 12 weeks but I rang my healthcare practitioner this morning and was told I should have had a letter.
I am on the vulnerable list because I have a rare type of type 1 diabetes and a rare genetic condition, but I work as a retail security officer, wondering whether I should be on the sick list from doc
No note from my surgery but the o/h has been told to self isolate by her doctor ....bit of conflicting advice from the same surgery
Doe it really matter? Surely it makes sense that anyone with a debilitating condition whatever it may be should take appropriate measures to protect themselves? We all need to self distance, but there is a superset that is strongly advised to self isolate on top. Read Brunerias's post #64 in this thread for the government advisory details.