3137543 Coronavirus: Dundee father of 13 tests positive for Covid-19
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The Father of one of Scotland's largest family - Roy Hann - positive was tested for Covid-19
In Lockdown measures were announced for the first time, Roy and Emma Hann gave their Children strict routines and organized family activities in a valiant effort to maintain order.
Hanns-from Dundee and with 10 of their 13 Children , living At Home , their budget was large enough to form two basketball teams.
Although the parents declined best efforts to "went out The Window ," after the novelty.
shattered nerves, and bickering ensued, to cope as The Family tries with a less-than-peaceful new normal.
But all of the tension subsided on Thursday, when they learned Roy had tested positive Covid-19. Roy in full PPE, as he works with a high level of visual acuity of the patients at Ninewells Hospital
"I'm a couple of days and it is very mild," said Roy , a nurse at Ninewells Hospital. "I was really surprised when I tested positive.
"I am to so many Covid patients, But I wear protective equipment, and we Are very proactive with the audit in Tayside , so much so we Are now listed as a hotspot.
"But we have fun at work, you Are more likely to catch it from the Supermarket - I just feel bad for the break. "', We joke, we, the Immunity of the herd'
The Hann household. right now by a 14-day Quarantine - Apart from Roy , the isolated for Seven Days
During the 50-year-old type-2 diabetes, he says that he usually keeps "very Well " - he expects to return to full health and is interested, again on the front lines of the pandemic.
"My Life was not really changed, I only get to see my Children more," He Said . "I'm actually glad that I have it, it makes me feel safer about going Back To work.
"There Are so many in Our House , we joke, we go for the Immunity of the herd. " Lockdown -the Life of Hanns-held have to entertain themselves with family games
With Roy in the full house, time, Family Life has become more manageable for the café owner, Emma - But it is not without its challenges.
The Hann for Children age from five to 28 - in a Phase, The Family got up to 50 litres of milk, 21 loaves of bread and five large boxes of cereal per week.
Now with social distancing in super markets and caps on the products, the purchasing of food is more difficult than ever before.
"The fact that we Are a Big Family , the social distance guidelines Are a challenge for us," said Emma .
"go to the store and buy means only three of an item, we need to go more often, which brings us more. For me it is quite a difficult Situation . " Emma encouraged the youngest Children to decorate a "tuck shop" panel, which they Are now used for 'collective bargaining'
With the work on Pause, Emma 's sole focus is on the search for their Children - has 28 years of experience, Stand you in good stead, But the pressure of Lockdown have been overwhelming Life at times.
She Said : "I went for a walk The Day before Roy tested positive and I started to hit a wall I started to cry.
"I thought I'm done and I just wanted to take a break because it was too hard.
"Strange, The Next morning, as I said, The Family of Roy , all of them have a bit of a moment - in The Last couple of days, all pull together a little more. "
With their sense of community is renewed, the Hanns continue to play basketball most of the nights in your garden.
It is a simple Pleasure - But one that has made all the difference.
"We feel very privileged," Emma said. "We Are very aware of the fact that we have a garden. We have been in a Situation where we were five Children in an apartment and the idea to do this now, is terrible.
"I thought at the beginning of Lockdown that the structure would get me through it - But the reality is, it works.
"My 14-year-old son is on his X-box for most of The Night , while My Daughter gets up at 6 o'clock in the morning, work from home -I didn't know how to feed it at first, But it is actually easier, the people in layers.
"It is better to be flexible, we just need to do what we Can . "
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