There is a constant pressure being applied to people to consider returning to work on the construction sector, closed sites are already due to open once more next week.
I don't know how the risk for the travel to and from is to be addressed, limiting the attendances will be seen to be a safe guard to the site activities, as well as controlling how the communal spaces are frequented.
Not that I am a in your face anti, but smoking should not be accommodated for during these times, if a person wants a ciggy, they should leave the premises and smoke in a remote location, otherwise the old habits of collectively bitchin' will prevail.
Welfare facilities will be the difficult area, if your busting your busting, no rota is going to overcome that situation.
Engaged Logo's on toilet door locks, could be replaced with 'f**k Off, I'm Self Isolating'
What a individual has to consider is if on their arrival home, are they going to be in the company of the High Risk / Vulnerable,
as the desire to make a few quid, might just end up being the straw that broke the camels back, for the vulnerable individual.
The government is desperate to get their hands on millions of Test Kits to prove if a individual has had the infection,
they are extremely anxious to declare a a state of Hive Immunity, with the hope the numbers count will be massive,
that will be a justification to return those with the correct readings back into the daily routines, maybe even conscript some into NHS duties to claim their benefits.
As the NHS is 30% short on its typical workforce at present, and this in no doubt set to rise.
I personally think the NHS is a tribute, and all measures to salvage the situation are,more than warranted.
It has saved so many from having to live with a very different lifestyle, to the one that was on offer without the support given.
Without such a momentum as being enforced at present, the period required for a recovery might not be witnessed for numerous years.
There are no clear answers, but there are strategies to be undertaken, and the UK is now two weeks into a strategy born from a previous version that was doomed to fail miserably.
The already have had the infection Testing Model will potentially be the next one heavily promoted,
along with the introduction to harsher measures for those in self isolation discovered flouting the instruction.
Each individual is developing their own views, but that is fine as the experiences being met, are unique to all at present.