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Potential job - but training is in-person

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    Posted: December 02 2020 at 10:08am

I found a pretty good remote job, but I just found out the training would be in-person. It would be training for answering phones doing customer support. So there would probably be other people around me the whole time. I'm 41, no health issues, I guess. I've been staying home for pretty much the whole pandemic, but I really need a job. ugh.. 

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Take vitamin D, C and Zinc, wear a mask - and go for it.  You are not in a particularily at-risk group, but minimise them as much as you can.

If the training lasts less than 6 weeks you could take eccinacea too.  That should make your risks even smaller.

There are always risks in life, but your does appear minor.  Remember to avoid as many of your friends and relatives as you can though, until the enforced socialization ends.

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