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    Covid Not Taken Seriously by DCP

    Some advice needed. I have a family (my only family left at this point) who are not really taking this Covid19 thing seriously. They are still socially interacting with family regularly & will be returning to daycare next week after Easter weekend & their last week is the 20th (Iím closing the 24th), so Iím unsure of what to do here. I have my daughter I need to protect but I also financially canít afford to be refunding any money to them if I term on the spot. She was telling me this morning about how they have a birthday celebration for her family member this weekend with her family & she said ďI know weíre not really supposed to right now... but whateverĒ

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    Aug 2013
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    I would terminate
    That’s rediculous. Such blatant disregard. It puts your family at a much higher risk.
    Just put in your application for the CERB benefit.

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    Jan 2013
    14 Times in 14 Posts
    Safety before money. I agree - terminate!

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