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Pinged after Easyjet flight on Saturday!

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CathS wrote:
It is from the PLF, as I don't have the app. I just hope that they pinged the whole plane, and not just those within 2 rows of the plague-carrier, as others have suggested to me is the case.

I don't need to self-isolate, just take LFTs for the next 7 days. But also avoid contact with the elderly/vulnerable (ie. my parents).

Day 2 PCR taken on Sunday morning was negative, but it would be too early to pick up any infection I'd got on Saturday's flight.


Spot on about timing.

My wife PCR tested negative the day after we flew back from Lapland 10 days ago, we went absolutely nowhere or met anyone in the UK. Two days after that she PCR tested positive, the NHS requiring a test before she went back to work.

Pre and on the Easyjet flight there were non mask wearing families. Playing the game of just a chin warmer as they walked past staff at checkpoints.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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Cancel the app or don't complete test and trace properly, then block the number - that stops you being pinged

Then you carry on infecting other people.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
So (assuming 2/3 jabs) if you live with someone who is +ve you don’t need self isolate. But if you happen to be on an aircraft with a +ve case you do…?? Makes no sense
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@Dravot, no. If you're vax'd (and a close contact), you just RLF test every day for 7days from notification (or 10 from last contact if known).
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Same happened to me. I don’t have the test and trace app. This can only have come from the Passenger Locator Form which has my flight number and seat number for flight home on 26th. Mrs On the rocks had a spare seat between us and everyone around was wearing masks and not coughing etc. I’ve no way of knowing how the algorithm works, just someone on the same flight? Within X rows away? We’ve not had our day 2 PCR results yet and based on previous experience of the lab we used I’m expecting delays but no symptoms and lateral flow tests today negative.
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The algorithm seems to assume anyone on the database relating to same flight is a "close contact" of everyone else on the plane.
It would be too much trouble to write an algorithm which differentiated between different aircraft types or seating patterns or proximity on the plane.
Better to ping all the punters, the more the better. Health& safety (& epidemic control) is a good thing, you can never have too much of a good thing. Who cares if the punters don't like it.......
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On the rocks wrote:
Same happened to me….We’ve not had our day 2 PCR results yet and based on previous experience of the lab we used I’m expecting delays but no symptoms and lateral flow tests today negative.


So will the result of your day-2 PCR test have any effect on the need to isolate? Or is isolation no longer required for contacts who have had 2 or more jabs?
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@Red Leon, I doubt it. This started as a result of one or more persons on our flight failing their plus 2 tests which are directly linked to their passenger locator form(s)
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@Red Leon, if you have been double jabbed you don't need to isolate but you are recommended to do daily LFT tests for 7 days.
See here
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pieman666 wrote:
@Red Leon, if you have been double jabbed you don't need to isolate but you are recommended to do daily LFT tests for 7 days.
See here


That’s what I thought. So, provided the day-2 test is -ve, daily LFTs will allow @OnTheRocks to live a normal life.
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@Red Leon, yes on checking this is so, panic over and green ink back in the drawer Happy
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