COVID-19 — Coronavirus

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by urban genie, 25 Jan 2020.

  1. Blue Hefner

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    I saw Matt Hancock this morning and from the look of his face, that’s what I think he wanted to say. For political reasons, he obviously couldn’t
     
  2. Psychedelic Casual

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    Go in and lick his face, see what he says then!
     
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  3. bluemoon32

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    I don't think it'll be a lockdown, just a few stern words and warnings
     

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  4. KnaresboroughBlue

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    Nice words but what is he actually proposing?
     
  5. blue b4 the moon

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    I'm not too sure about that.

    By then most families will have lost someone either a family member or someone close that they know.

    I'd hope that even in the thickest social group somebody will say something.
     
  6. Pablo1

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    So exactly the same as the last week or so.
     
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  7. goatersnipple

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    If I wasnt to go to work tomorrow as I dont think we should be in work.
    Building a house isn't vital at all.
    Would my boss be able to claim the 80% for wages or do we have to wait till lockdown
     
  8. Pablo1

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    Stop being dicks and stay in?
     
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  9. AlgarveBlu

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    I totally agree, the number 1 mode of transmission is person to person without doubt but look at the science behind the durability of cobid19 on surfaces which is far more resilient than the flu and sars1. The point I was making that the level of infections has accelerated because of the additional times that it will have also have been picked up from plastic surfaces.

    imagine just one person who used a cashpoint after coughing/sneezing into their hands that was infected with covid- imagine how many people would have then used the same cashpoint and also pressed the enter button which is universally used and then went on to use their index finger to scratch an itch on their nose or rub their eye for example.
     
  10. karen7

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    I hope that is not true on the deaths but true that the thickest will have finally caught on
     

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