I don't want to get all full on journal here but its been an eventful weekend.
Work colleague sent home Thursday with symptoms is very poorly, her friend had been hospitalised Friday, died the same night, she was 70 so has 10 years on my colleague. Extremely sad to hear and my colleague lives alone, we are all keeping in touch with her but she's now feeling dreadful and grieving.
Two other colleagues have been poorly but manageable similar symptoms to eachother (sore throat dry cough and diarrhoea) , their husbands however are on about day 7 and feeling worse than ever, one of which works with a guy who is now in intensive care only 48.
Fourth colleauge is on day 2 of what we hope is recovery and now can talk without coughing and has the energy to get around the house. She's 62. (I work with a lot of older ladies)
A friend of ours is a male nurse at a local surgery, hes on day 7 too woke up feeling better, husband tells me he put on his Facebook he's feeling great then his wife updated it a few hrs back saying false alarm he's back downhill again.
Thankful I worked those last two weeks at home and not been in any contact with above colleagues.
Really seems to be hitting men pretty bad apart from that one older lady who sadly died, also this pattern of feeling better then getting worse again hearing that a lot.
Shits getting real now, definitely feeling more scared about it.
Stay safe guys.