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missdollyfox

missdollyfox

  Voted Unsure
margaret35

margaret35

  Voted Yes
Susie246

Susie246

  Depends on the reason - if it’s medical or similar then they shouldn’t be sacked in my opinion
gregory.n

gregory.n

  Voted No
john.dalrymple

john.dalrymple

  Voted Unsure
jwhausrath

jwhausrath

  Voted Yes
Romes54

Romes54

  Voted No
SimonGUK

SimonGUK

  Voted Yes
SimonGUK

SimonGUK

  If there is nowhere/noway to redeploy them then they probably shouldn't remain employed if based on the inherent risk to themselves and those in care there is a likelihood of infection. I think the same should be conaidered for influenza and whatever else.
spartan3002

spartan3002

  Voted Yes

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