We are going camping in a couple of weeks or so in France in a fairly large campsite. What is the protocol if you develop it over there? Are they still in 'containment phase?' Is there a special phone number if you develop it or do you contact local drs?
Can just imagine, a fluey vomity person wouldn't be very popular with communal toilets etc (particularly as they have very low confirmed levels of it so far) but I'm not sure what you would do if you got it?
She's right, the French medical system is great and I'd rather have flu there than here, in lots of ways. That said, of course you don't want to get ill when away from home - tis a very strong instinct to want to be home and feel safe when unwell, or with unwell LOs.
Hope it comes to nothing and you have a great, un-fluey holiday with cochons strictly confined to sliced salami variety.
We do have insurance (or will have when I've booked it!)
Statistically speaking it is rather unlikely for us to get it during those two weeks and even more unlikely that we will get it badly. Just having a moment
Rhubarb - doesn't that mean I think I'm asleep? I was thinking of a more dramatic staggering in through the doctors waiting area saying 'Je suis malade, je crois avoir la grippe' and the whole waiting room gasping in horror.