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(Guardian)   How difficult is life in a hotel quarantine?   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Scary, Hotel, Hotels, hotel room, Motel, Hong Kong, first day, 21-day hotel quarantine, strict home quarantines  
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386 clicks; posted to Discussion » on 27 Jan 2021 at 6:04 AM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-01-27 4:03:07 AM  
Boo farking Hoo
 
2021-01-27 7:18:33 AM  
It's all good until you realize they stuck in the bed bug room and won't let you out.
 
2021-01-27 7:23:52 AM  
Sounds like a choice Mr Important Business Man walked into with his eyes open, so I'm not sure why he's complaining.

I wanted a window that opened because apparently otherwise you get really dehydrated: breathing air that's just endlessly circulating round the hotel for 21 days.

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2021-01-27 7:40:22 AM  
Whaaaa when they said  I would need to stay in my room for 21 days it never occurred to me that would suck!

I am very smart.
 
2021-01-27 9:36:37 AM  
Try being one of the kids in DFCS custody that there are not enough foster homes for. You get to live in a cheap ass hotel until either a foster home opens up, you age out of the system, or you emancipate yourself and strike it out on your own.
 
2021-01-27 10:37:24 AM  
Well, a BLT sandwich costs about 20 dollars and chips are extra.
 
2021-01-27 12:02:53 PM  
I have friends who've both been based there for their airlines for years. One is United which closed down ops there. So the gal heads back to close out the apartment and has to quarantine two weeks. She did fine.

She was used to all the protocols as a flight attendant. Hubby is tilly flying and he too, faces a lot of hoops but manages. He's now retraining to work stateside. They jump through the hoops, and meet the timeframes, and then they go out with all their friends and relax because they can.

Then they come home and claim "It's not that bad." They spend all their time in a foreign country with stringent controls, then come home to the US with our hodgepodge of fail, and don't understand why COVID is not so bad there but is bad here. The do understand that restrictions are out of hand there but freedom works better here.

I don't need to tell you who they vote for.
 
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