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Wednesday, last week, I was so excited that the school started. Finally, the kids are back to school and they were happy as Larry to see their classmate and teacher. And I was rejoicing that I have some me-time again.
Everything going smoothly and here comes the weekend. Tia is sick, she got colds and keep sneezing. She is boiling so I gave her Calpol right away. She said her head is feeling crazy. And she started crying. My poor baby.
I was paranoid, I get the Covid testing kit that I ordered online months ago.
This comes in handy in times like this. I talked to Tia that Mommy has to do a swab test on her to make sure that she is okay and it's just the normal flu, not covid. And to tell you, I'm very proud of her because she was so brave and just do as I say. She was so calm and trying to tell me to just do it slowly. I'm relieved as it comes out negative.
Saturday night when I check my Gmail and saw an email from the school saying that Tia was in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. And that her class will be closed on Monday so Tia will not be attending school on Monday and must book a PCR Test and if tested negative then she can go back to school on Tuesday.
Today, Sunday morning, Tia feels better and in high spirits. She eats the spaghetti that I cook for them. And she was smiling like her normal self so it gives me assurance that she is perfectly fine but I still have to book for a PCR Test in the nearest drive-thru testing centre and I booked at Bloomfields this Sunday afternoon.
This time her Daddy do the swabbing and just like the last time she was very calm and just reminded daddy to just put it slowly in her nose. We just have to wait for the result for at least 24 hours. I'm positive that it will be negative.
But you know what, that's a nightmare. It's just 3 days since school started and someone in their class is already tested positive in school. And I know no one, no family would want their child to be tested positive but the fact that this virus can easily be spread in school and from their classmates to their family worry me again. This happened last year and I can't remember how many times they have to close because of some of the ones in the class-tested positive. Like I know how important it is to go to school and that I cannot teach my kids in the house the same as how they can learn from school especially the setup but still as a parent you worry about your children's being.
For now, I'm waiting for the PCR Test result so she can go back to school on Tuesday. I'm not even sure now if the school setting is safe after this but I know they're doing their best. I have to make sure Tia takes multivitamins, I believe as long as she has a good immune system, she can fight any virus. It's just not easy this pandemic.