Tonyblack wrote:Grrrr! Don't you just love those people who obviously have a bug, but struggle into work to infect everyone else.
=Tamar wrote:There are shaped paper masks one can buy (assuming you can spare about six dollars) that help prevent you from spreading germs by breathing, sneezing, etc. If shuffling paper that others will handle, handwashing or use of hand sanitizer might help. The same methods also help prevent catching stuff. Back when I used to travel by airplane occasionally, I used to wear the paper masks from the moment I entered the airport (taking it off occasionally so people could see my face when necessary for ID) until I left the airport at the other end. It almost 100% prevented "airplane sore throat."
On the other hand, I could easily understand coughing onto a piece of paper that the person who makes the rules might be going to handle...
Bouncy Castle wrote:My friend, Mary, tells me that staff at hospitals can't take sick leave, without turning up first to prove they're ill.
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