My wife is a nurse, and this morning the chief infectious disease specialist for the City of Winnipeg heard her coughing and told her she didn’t sound good and shouldn’t be working. Is that different than when a GP says, “I don’t like the sound of that cough”? Should I be concerned?
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Nope. That person gets paid to tell people they shouldn’t work when they are sick. That’s how “infectious diseases” are spread. Less working people would get sick if less sick people were working. I don’t think you should be especially afraid.
Thanks, Eli… We were kinda laughing about it, not genuinely concerned. It comes as a good authority when you want paid sick leave though! ;^)