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    PhilipT
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    I am a live in manager at a retirement complex block. My young daughters live with their mum not far away and I usually see them all the time. Obviously with this pandemic things are different. So much info online it all gets a bit confusing. Are my girls allowed to stay overnight with me? Not sure because of the work I do and also their mum is currently on an organ transplant list so would be classed as vulnerable. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    warwickshire1
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    Contact arrangements are  allowed to go ahead as normal.  There are much more ways to make contact safer now from your end  i.e rapid testing where u get results quick etc. Also you work with a lot of vulnerable people already and i am sure you are tested often as well

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    john84
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    It’s really difficult to try to decide what to do in order to help keep everyone as protected as possible. I think that you are allowed to continue as normal, but I know that this isn’t always as simple as we would like it to be. If you are in regular contact with a wide mixture of people or vulnerable adults, and your children’s mother is vulnerable, then you might decide that it is more important that those people are as shielded as possible and change the form in which you spend time with your children. Many would be loathe to do this, quite rightly and understandably, but maybe this is a sacrifice that you would choose to make for the protection of others… which is admirable, and I think, considerate.

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