It is infelicitous to bring to your notice that due to high temperature, I cannot attend my classes. I know there are a lot of workloads nowadays but I am feeling profound affliction in all over my body. Moreover, the intensity of the weather has made it more unbearable to me. I visited the doctor and he has asked me to take rest for a few days. I had got some tests done and their report is attached with the message as proof. Therefore, I am seeking your permission to grant me leave. I anticipate you will take into account my request.
Chest infection and high fever…
Please consider this message as explicate regarding my leave from office. I have been suffering from a chest infection and a high fever. I had taken a home remedy but it proved of no use and from last night my condition has got worsened. It has become ticklish for me and the intensity of cold weather has chilled everything. I have booked the appointment and will visit the doctor today.
I need proper rest to get myself fully recovered; otherwise, my health situation will become hazardous. It would be so nice of you if you allow me three days’ leave so may I get back to the office in sound health. Please figure out my plea and sanction me leave for the aforesaid period.
Fever since last night…
With due respect, this is to state that I am having a fever since last night. I cannot make it to school today. Therefore, I make a formal request to you to allow me two days’ leave. I will be very grateful to you for favoring me.
Fever and body aches…
Hope things are good on your side. Please be informed that I am not well as I am having a fever and body aches. I was getting ready to attend the office today but my situation did not allow me to get myself to the car. I am feeling too lethargic and weak. Kindly give me permission for two days’ leave so may I get myself checked properly. I will update you about my health. I am remorseful for causing inconvenience to you. Thanking in anticipation.
Poor health due to fever…
Hello sir, hope you are having a great day. I am writing this message to let you know about my poor health due to a fever. Fever is not always normal to me as I feel very slothful and enervated. In this grumbling situation, it is unfeasible for me to be at the office. Kindly allow me two days’ leave so may I find some time to take some rest. I will resume my duties once my situation gets betters. You can take help from John in project completion as he has an adequate understanding of my work’s nature. Thank you for accommodating me.
Seasonal flu and fever…
Dear Madam, it has been a week now that I am suffering from seasonal flu and fever. I had taken a lot of treatment but my health is not improving. The doctor has prescribed me some tests as he has the doubt that I have been infected with a dangerous virus. I am not in a condition to do any kind of work as I have become very weak. I need some rest to relax my mind and body and it can only be possible if you grant me permission to leave. I will never forget this kind gesture.
Bad health due to continuous work…
I am Smith and proposing this message to give you a jingle about my enfeeblement. I was working tirelessly for the past few months and continuous hard work impacted my health badly. I have been now infected with dengue and admitted to the hospital. After keeping me for a few days I will get discharged. In this situation, attending the workplace is not possible for me. My medical reports and hospital admittance card copy is coupled with the message. I request you to please consider my situation and give me five days’ leave.
This message is to bring to your notice that I am having an intense fever since yesterday. It has become difficult for me to continue work in the office and I want two days’ leave. I am apologetic in advance for being a source of disturbance to you. I assure you that I will take proper care of my health and will resume working in a healthy mood.
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