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    Hi All,

    My mindee is going to France in a few weeks time for a holiday. Obviously quarantine is no longer required on return to the UK. I just wondered if any of you have measures in place for parents taking children abroad, or if you are just letting them return as per usual. I know the R rate is 1.2 over france, and some places as high as 2.5 (apprantly). I just wanted to know what the rest of you are doing about holidays, if anything.

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    Ooo, tricky one.

    I don't know is the honest answer! In fact, the only family out of my 'bubble' that is going on holiday is mine, and we're staying in UK!

    I think, I would be tempted to tell them that IF R rate in France is still above 1, then you would like them to quarantine for 7 days from your setting, regardless of what the rules are, as we can set our own rules.

    Good luck xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by loocyloo View Post
    Ooo, tricky one.

    I don't know is the honest answer! In fact, the only family out of my 'bubble' that is going on holiday is mine, and we're staying in UK!

    I think, I would be tempted to tell them that IF R rate in France is still above 1, then you would like them to quarantine for 7 days from your setting, regardless of what the rules are, as we can set our own rules.

    Good luck xx
    Thanks, yes thats exactly what I was thinking, and echos advice I have received from other people. I just dont want to come across as picky, but at the same time, I have other children, and my own family to think of.

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    I think that’s fair as you do need to think of your family and the other mindees.

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    I would agree also .

 

 

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