We are finding out now who is important
This pandemic is here to sort the , straw from the chaff , KEY workers are needed but the blood suckers are not, Even though I'm retired, my phones is still ringing from people who need jobs doing and I'm m allowed to work as a Key worker, So lets have a list of Key workers starting with the most valuable which are,
add your own
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name a better key worker than a locksmith or pianist...
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A morse-code expert? Why are they important?
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A cleaner is indeed important but, they are no longer called a cleaner,
A domestic assistant is the job title in the NHS and, they are included in my first post of NHS employees, without them the hospital would close, During the last, super germ infection some years ago, ALL hospital cleaners became better trained and gain certificates for, mopping floors and choosing the right mop for the floor they were cleaning, they also learned H&S issues and put out the appropriate warning cones, So yes, A cleaner is a key worker and rightly so,
Replied: 25th Jan 2021 at 20:26
More code expert Tonks. That's me
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Royal navy 1974 - 1980. Radio operator
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Expert? You can't even bloody spell it!
Replied: 25th Jan 2021 at 21:45
Don't forget the corner shop owner/keeper, We are a lifeline for people who have no car, The buses are unsafe for the elderly, They don't trust the new aged Taxi driver because he will take them 20 miles to a 5 mile destination, Thats why I am busier now than ever before,
Yesterday an old dear from half a mile away came in for 5 woodbines, a bottle of Gin and half an ounce of old Holborn for her partner, She asked if I sold little Zeppelins, which I do. So she bought a pack of five and I drove her home, £20 was the total charge to her, she was so happy with that she gave me a fiver tip and offered me in to have a cuppa but I had to decline because I'd locked the shop up as My assistant is off poorly,
You don't get service like that at Asda,
Replied: 26th Jan 2021 at 20:41
Widow cleaners are about
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But a paedophile gets it and now illegal immigrants are being offered it.
Replied: 9th Feb 2021 at 12:21
Law abiding people are low on the list. Illegals and prisoners are not top of the list. Same with accomidation some illegals are in 4 star hotels but if you are lucky enough to have a holiday you get a 3 star hotel and it could cost thousands to stay there
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In the news today 16 year old cook in a care home gets his jab . I am a 66year old full time carer for my wife yet no sign of an injection for either of us.Sods law when they get round to us they will do me 1st because of my age and I will have to take my wife another time because of her age (64) and not because of her disability Spoke too soon letter arrived and only myself on letter took 8 days from being printed to delivery. Will contact GP's on Monday not going out twice
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Nurse dsp workers work keith kids. Uncles are in construction and accountable that is needed.
Replied: 27th Feb 2021 at 23:34
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All care home staff need jabs irrespective of age. Would you like your relative being served food cooked by an asymptomatic 16 year old?
I think not.
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