DS flew to the USA last week for an annual work trip. Timeline for infections has determined, either on the aircraft or first day in the office, he managed to catch Covid. He has avoided it here for 2.5 years so probably the aircraft.
Although he managed to do his days in one office, he flew to another one before testing positive and obviously can't go in. He feels rotten but luckily, an Uber driver not only delivered food but also large bottles of over the counter medications. Can't do that here, as our packets of things such as Paracetamol and Ibuprofen are limited to 16 pills per pack and only two can be bought at any one time. We can of course go to many shops to get more.
I was worried he would be stuck in a hotel room but luckily, he has been put up in a very nice house owned by his work place. He has someone else with him but don't know if they are both having to isolate, I should think so.
On top of that, his internal flight back home was cancelled. Can't seem to pick up another one. Now even if he could have travelled back this week, his international flight home was cancelled just before he tested positive.
He can't fly home until 24th at the earliest and then only if negative AND can actually get a flight home. It is getting ridiculous.
Nowt worse than being ill in another country. I am very worried about him.