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Yorkshiredolls · 18/11/2020 18:32

If a grandparent has confirmed covid right now, and they are fine, would you see them once fully recovered in a lets say, less than strict social distance scenario? We already agreed we probably wont see each other at christmas this year, we live in different cities. But, hes tested positive now and reinfection seems extremely rare, the likelihood that he could recatch it and then pass it on to one of us is incredibly unlikely, is it not? Yes I know its against the current rules, Just interested how many would really!

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HumanFemale1 · 18/11/2020 20:17

I would see my grandparents in any scenario as long as they want me to of course.

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Bettyboop82 · 18/11/2020 20:19

Yes I probably would. Sounds sensible enough. Life is too short. Wishing them a speedy recovery x

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MargosKaftan · 18/11/2020 20:30

Yes I would. If hes definitely got it now, then there's no fear of you passing it to him or him passing it to you when recovered.

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