>No, not right here, obviously, because I don’t know any more than you do, but here on the dedicated pages on the Health Protection Agency website.
It’s updated all the time and will give you the information without the hysteria.
How do I know? I guess it’s one of the “advantages” of living with a health and safety adviser. Other such advantages include having to stop at every set of scaffolding on holidays so flaws in the way it’s been put up, or people working without harnesses and helmets can be pointed out to you, and loitering by fire extinguishers while the dates on them are being checked.
Just as well he has many lovable qualities.
Oh, and spare a thought for my wee sister, who starts a new job with NHS 24 on Monday. An interesting time to begin her training, for sure.