My father is in his early fifties, hasn't work for ten years and claims disability benefits for MS. My mother hasn't worked either because she is his carer and is now stuck as home with him everyday since the gyms have been closed. My sister has had them looking after my nephew who is two years old every week day 08:30 until 17:30 Monday to Friday, since March 2020.
I'm worried about the risks of him catching Covid19 & becoming very ill due to his high risk category, even though the MS symptoms have only ever been apparent through his verbal moaning. My other younger sister has since moved back into the house since March 2020 & is working from home but has been continually inviting friends around for house & garden gatherings within the restrictions of six but all without masks.
He is very active & will leave the house for walks with the dog & loves driving especially to the park with the grand children to push on the swings when he's not busy with DIY around the house & chasing all around garden but as much as I tell him, he just won't wear a mask. I have managed to make sure they have home supermarket deliveries but is there anymore I can I do to educate them about the risks of Covid19 & who should be the responsible one? All, father, mother, sisters or am I worrying about nothing because this is normal across the UK?