Wife tested positive for Covid 7 days ago, so we have all been isolating since. It's hard work having 5 of us stuck in the house, and my job is much harder working in the living room with an underpowered home computer.
I read somewhere that a lot of people are ignoring isolation, and I can see why. My wife has had 2 jabs and has no symptoms at all. I've had 2 jabs. Older kids have had 1. I've done a couple of LFTs over the week - still negative. It seems so overkill to all be tied to the house in this way for this amount of time.
I also read that of all the vast amount of school kids that have been told to isolate due to someone in their class getting Covid, only 1.5% go on to get the disease.