There is no doubt that when it comes to health and safety – especially at the moment – more health and safeties is better.
My usual supermarket was closed today because one or more of the staff had tested positive for Covid-19 and they were disinfecting everything. I was forced to go elsewhere, and what I found wasn’t great. Limited opportunity for social distancing, because the checkout queues ran right down the shopping aisles, a security guard at the door so distracted that he let anyone and everyone straight in, and worst of all, plenty of staff with face masks around their necks instead of over their faces. It just all felt really unsanitary and unpleasant.
And let’s not even mention the old lady that touched my arm.
(Everyone survived.) (So far.)
Anyway. What I wanted to announce is that our favourite sushi delivery service is back in business under Level 4 and emailed us yesterday to tell us so. They’re taking H&S very seriously, but maybe they have gone a little overboard…
I mean, just because you can do something, doesn’t necessarily mean that you should do it, right? Check out the last paragraph here:
You’ll be sharing what now?
What on earth am I meant to do with that?
Congratulate him on being alive? Offer him a jumper?
Seriously, what use is this? Because presumably, if his temperature is hovering somewhere around the 40 degree mark, he’ll either not be at work, or if he is, you will have decided not to send him out to my house on an
infection delivery run.
I would hope.
The rest of those precautions sound fairly robust though, and we might treat ourselves later this month, depending on how the money is going. And just so we can see how hot our driver is before he even arrives at the front gate.