My kids go through years where they are very sick and other years are very healthy (by year I mean school years).
This year my son has had herpangina (contagious, related to hand, foot, and mouth), mesenteric adenosis (same symptoms as appendecitis, but an inflammation of the lymph nodes next to the appendix), and the stomach flu - twice..
My daughter had strep multiple times, the stomach flu twice, once it lasted an entire week, she has food issues, and had a tonsilectomy.
She missed nearly 15 days of school while my son was close to that. Everything was documented with the doctor.
I'm very cautious about illnesses and only caught the stomach flu once out of the four times my kids had it, same with my husband, neither of us caught strep (my daughter is/was prone to it, always has been and it isn't shared with anyone). The two things listed first only my son had even though they are contagious (the things listed went around my son's classroom and much of the class was sick at the same times).
Anywho... if the CP's home can prevent the sharing of illnesses such as these (for the most part), what is a good reason for the NCP's home to get bent out of shape over visitation happening if a kid is ill or not wanting to take visitation out of fear others will catch it as if they will almost definitely get it?
Now, I'm not saying if the kid is too ill to move they go back and forth, but with some of these the kids were still up and about, just being careful to only touch things in their rooms and only I went in and out... so is that not something a NCP can do instead of giving up visitation?