ABC – What group are you in?
- The government’s plan is to segregate all vulnerable people (older, ill, high risk and at risk) – This is group A
- Anyone looking after the older, ill, high risk and at risk – This is group B
- The general population, generally healthy – This is group C
Group C needs to go about it’s business keeping the country moving, juggling home schooling our kids with home based working.
Parents who are still required to attend an actual workplace (regardless of job type) & who’s children’s welfare may be compromised by school closures should seek out the support of a trusted member of Group C to help keep the country moving. If you are without any support network request additional support from either your school or employers.
Group B should look after group A and avoid contact with group C.
Group C is allowed to contract the virus and because it’s generally healthy it can cope with it better than group A.
Group A and B are almost self isolating without the virus to avoid putting a strain on the NHS and reducing the risk of getting the virus and then needing the NHS.
Group C (the generally healthy) go through the cycle of contracting the virus self isolating and being looked after by healthy family members, friends and the local community. Anyone who has complications gets looked after by the NHS while groups A and B are kept away. The NHS are not strained by groups A and B while its looking after complicated cases in group C.
As group C comes full circle and recovers we should divide into groups that take group B’s position, looking after group A allowing group B to go though the cycle.
With group B and C though the cycle, group A is free to have the NHS to itself because groups B and C are now clear from illness and infection and hopefully have a degree of immunity from getting it again this season.
Everyone has a job to do for the above to work, stay safe and remember to wash your hands. Spread the word and control the germs
Published – 20/03/2020