-Flo Masebe's boy is set to return to school on 8 July and her situation has her concerned
- Having a pre-existing condition that makes her a high risk, Flo doesn't know if it is a good idea to send her child back to school
- Fans feel Flo should keep him home as they believe schools will close again soon - the virus is rife
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Flo Masebe is stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to making the decision whether or not to send her kids back to school during this pandemic.
Even though children are not classified high risk, parents are still wary about sending them back to school while the coronavirus is still very much present.
Briefly.co.za knows how cautions Flo has been about this virus as she suffers from asthma, putting her at high risk.
Flo has not taken any chances with the rona, so much so that she even built a home studio so that she could work from home.
Sending kids back to school is a hot topic all over the world and a decision many parents are struggling to make.
Flo’s boy is set to return to school on 8 July, and she just cannot wrap her head around it all. Being at high risk herself, Flo needs to think about this a lot harder than most.
“My son is part of the group that goes back to school on the 8th. We live in Johannesburg. I have a delicate asthma situation. Hard decisions.”
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Flo’s followers took to the comment section of her post to share their personal experiences and advice.
By the looks of it, most people are not even bothering sending their kids back as they are sure schools will be closed again soon with the was the infection rate is spiking.
Fans advised Flo to keep her boy home as it is the safest option not only for her child but for herself too.
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