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Anyone else got bugs rampant at the moment?
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jennielou75 · 17/11/2017 06:18

I was ill all last weekend. Didn’t go in Monday. Now been sick all night and can’t be more than 10 feet away from the loo. Needless to say I am not going in today. I have not had a full class all week and have sent home a child each day with vomiting.
Anyone else like this out there?

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BattleaxeGalactica · 17/11/2017 19:11

Not yet but it's probably only a matter of time.

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yorkshireyummymummy · 17/11/2017 19:09

My daughter has been off for the last three days.
I have spent the last three days cleaning up after her vomiting and her bottom evacuations. Joy. Oh what joy.
And, fwiw, I was the third parent to phone in on Wednesday in a school with sixty children. Apparently they are dropping like flies.

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Balfe · 17/11/2017 19:06

Our cleaning staff were cut in August and as all of the old crones me predicted, our kids and staff are dropping like flies. Never known a year like it. We've had chickenpox, impetigo and D&V.

I don't think I've had a full class since approximately 2nd October and it all seems to be genuine illness.

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jennielou75 · 17/11/2017 19:03

I’ve been teaching 20 years!!! Never had a bug like this tho. I do have Crohn’s disease so can react more if I do get it.

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LaceandChintz · 17/11/2017 18:48

Our school is like this. Staff dropping like flies and children numbers really down. Except nursery where none of the staff have succumbed and only 1 child had it.
I’m keeping my fingers crossed that my immune system has been strengthened by years and years of exposure to snotty/vomitty children!
Hope you feel better soon Smile

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