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Work remotely if you can. Otherwise, don't be afraid to take drastic measures:
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gottago wrote:for a presentation. One of my groupmates has a runny nose (a cold)
Because I don't want to contract the cold a few days before such an important test,
should I tell my groupmates I'll contribute via google-doc instead?
This is a serious question.
Just keep your distance, wear gloves, and threaten his life if he comes within 5 feet of you.
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Admitting my paranoid ways... I bought Airborne earlier.
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Just tell him the truth, he's sick, he's contagious, and you need to minimize your risk of contracting his illness. Thus you should not be around him. If that becomes an issue for you, then notify him that you're not asking permission, you're making a statement. If it was me I'd probably just do it anyways, I mean it's on Friday, that's plenty of time to recover, and if it was two or more days before a PT, we wouldn't be having this discussion. Obviously, I know it's not just another PT for us, but I intend to approach it that way.