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Quote from: Johnny Foreigner on December 18, 2021, 11:17:13 PMIn the process of cancelling everything. Fine, then, there will be no Christmas.
Quote from: mothman on December 19, 2021, 02:20:58 AMMrsMoth has a German staff member who's going there on Tuesday. So after the cut-off. This person is a complete waste of space and tries it on all the time, so she's looking forward to them trying to claim their enforced now-two-week stay in the Fatherland shouldn't have to come out of annual leave.
Quote from: shoulders on December 19, 2021, 11:14:07 AMI appreciate some people will have little flexibility due to personal circumstances but if you have a choice and chose to try and travel abroad between December and January after seeing how last year went down, surely what happened last year, where we could barely do anything until April should have been a big warning.
Quote from: nugget on December 19, 2021, 11:12:47 AMPresumably they are (or, were) planning to go home to spend Christmas with family, rather than it being some plot they conjured up in the middle of the night to gain some free holiday leave? There's a good chance they couldn't go home last year either. I don't know if they're really a 'waste of space', but a little more understanding may be in order here.
Quote from: mothman on December 19, 2021, 01:41:54 PMI understand the point you're trying to make, but they have been back to Germany this year (I can't remember about last Christmas) at the drop of a hat and at the cost of a great deal of disruption and inconvenience to the rest of the team who had to work harder and longer and change their own plans to cover for their absence.And if THAT'S not spicy enough for you, then there's the fact that my wife's quite reasonable attempts to manage this Teutonic car-crash led to an unwarranted accusation of workplace bullying, which (combined with all sorts of other disruptions the public health services are going through right now) likely led to the cardiac arrest my wife suffered two months ago. So fuck them forever.
Quote from: Neville Chamberlain on December 20, 2021, 08:04:04 AMBritish resident in Germany here. Christmas in the UK cancelled again.Thanks, Corbyn.
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Quote from: Attila on March 13, 2022, 08:20:20 PMI'm off to the USA, a third attempt to get home, on 11 April -- I think the US requires the fit-to-fly PCR test (within 24 hours of arrival into the US). Is it just best to book one at Heathrow the day before, and just stay overnight near the airport? It's expensive if you go with the 'results in four hours' one, but we live about 90 minutes away from the airport, and I can't find any place local that does them that doesn't seem dodgy/takes 24 hours to get results/is even more expensive that the Heathrow ones.It's stressing me out more than the actual trip. :( Has anyone flown from the UK to the USA recently? I'm headed over on my American passport because the US won't recognise my UK one, so as far as I know I just need the PCR results and the passport.Any advice much appreciated, ta :D
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