Self-Isolate

I’m a prisoner in my own home

The other day I went for breakfast with my friend Pam, and I had to give my name and phone number to the cafe.  I’ve been contacted Public Health England under track and trace, and told I have to stay in the garret for 14 days from last Saturday.

Luckily I have plenty of canned goods and medication. There is a £100 fine if I go out, terrible.

This really is the last straw.

~

jack collier

jackcollie7@talktalk.net

 

a locked door

4 responses

  1. That sucks. Stay well 💖

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  2. So sorry to hear about your continuing isolation. Please use this time to do something creative, enriching, educational. Don’t allow your demons to use this time to ravage your mind, heart and soul. Sending calm and healing energy your way.

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  3. Very sorry to hear. I hit “like” but of course one doesn’t like it at all. If you can walk the steps inside your building at least you could exercise some. What a total Kafka-esque bummer. Sending good energy.

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