best tracker We’re STILL living in Covid lockdown hell with constant hand washing, social distancing & masks – we have no choice – Techss

We’re STILL living in Covid lockdown hell with constant hand washing, social distancing & masks – we have no choice

A MUM and son say they’re still living in a Covid lockdown hell – with constant hand washing, social distancing and mask wearing.

Mandy Milne, 59, and her 22-year-old child Mason have no choice but to treat everyday as if it’s still 2020 and the whole world is enduring a global pandemic.

Mirrorpix

Mandy and Mason Milne are forced to live in Covid-style restrictions still[/caption]

Mirrorpix

Mason was diagnosed with Crohn’s before the pandemic[/caption]

Mirrorpix

Mandy fears everyday that her son will become seriously ill[/caption]

All of the Government rules first introduced four years ago this month, are still a part of daily life for the Milnes, from Essex.

Mandy and her husband Gordon are forced to avoid supermarkets – ordering their shops online only – because of their son’s health battles.

They cannot attend jam-packed social events and if they do step outside of their home comforts, mask and intense hand-washing are part of their trip.

Mason, was diagnosed with Crohn’s in 2017 and is severely immunocompromised.

The young lad has to take chemotherapy tablets daily and inject himself fortnightly with biologics.

Everyday is risky for Mason, who could become seriously ill with infection is he catches Covid.

Mandy has now told how “difficult” life is for her family.

She told the Mirror: “Doing anything during the pandemic was a nightmare – but it still is now.

“We wipe our food deliveries down, avoid supermarkets, wash our hands after touching anything outside and take Covid tests regularly.

“I carry a mask in my pocket at all times, but I don’t go near people so I don’t feel the need to wear it.”


Mandy said life for her household is worse now than when restrictions were in place.

Mason, who has also suffers with autism, said he doesn’t get invited out by pals anymore and only socialises with his family.

Shockingly, Mandy also can’t go to work at her part-time cleaners job unless she’s sure no one else is going to be in.

The worried mum said the pandemic “one billion percent” put Mason’s life on hold and she now fears daily he will get ill.

Before the country was put under strict rules to stay indoors, Mason attended college, had driving lessons and enjoyed going out.

But now, he’s restricted to going for a walk around his block alone if he needs fresh air.

Mason now runs a podcast aimed at others who have Crohn’s and autism in an attempt to interact with the outside world.

About admin