Like most of us, if it were just me I had to worry about I'd be "happy" to be in school tomorrow. But I am a single father, and care for my kids twice a week. They both have asthma and take daily steroid inhalers and tablets, my son having contracted pneumonia last year. Where do I stand regarding my right to protect my children from CV19 by isolating myself from the school community to protect them. My school has told us all to come in on Monday and Tuesday and they'll sort it out from there, but having had an informal (and slightly heated) conversation with the Deputy head AFTER I had emailed her raising my concerns (who said "My son could catch a cough at nursery tomorrow!!", so possible doesn't understand the situation) and having emailed the head raising concerns about the schools bullish and naive attitude towards the virus, I would like to know if I can say I am not coming in! Schools across the world seem to be properly shut, not this Shut-Lite that we are forced into, and I don't want to put my loved ones at risk whilst we wait for the s*** to hit the fan.