She walked into the medical centre, sat in the waiting room for an hour before the doctor could see her.
In the consulting room she listed her symptoms.
The doctor asked if she’d seen the big red signs outside the surgery saying anyone with those symptoms should stay outside and either phone or push the emergency button.
She said she didn’t think it applied to her.
The hairdresser noticed a woman fiddling with something at the door and realised she was putting on a mask.
When she got to the desk the hairdresser asked her if she was protecting herself or others.
The woman replied she really wasn’t feeling well but was sure it wasn’t coronavirus.
The hairdresser said she should reschedule because regardless of what it was, it would be impossible to cut her hair when she had the elastic band of the mask round her head.
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