No, but I didnt really give a **** if they went to tescos in their uniform.Keep on assuming.
Did you assume that all your blokes obeyed all the rules all the time?
Have you got a link to the NHS policy on wearing uniform in public due to infection control, because I think you are waffling.
I see you edited your post, what if she hasnt been anywhere near Ebola and she has been on the ward where cleaners and joe public (as visitors) have been? Or do you want to think of any more highly unlikely scenerios?Put it this way, she can carry infection both ways, in and out of hospital.
Let's be extreme for a moment, she's been in somewhere where there's Ebola or something equally nasty, she leaves work in those scrubs and goes to Tesco, brushes past the ready meals leaving the Ebola virus on the surface.
You pick it up 30 seconds later take it home and let your 3 year old handle it, he then sticks his fingers in his mouth and contracts the virus.
THAT is why the NHS is so hot on infection control.