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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by urban genie, 25 Jan 2020.
Hopefully the apocalypse will somehow improve the service levels at the Etihad.
Do you mean we're all getting a bollockin
Let’s hope it’s the worse who catch rather than the best then.
Have some family over there , lot more room to stay away from each other
Yes, a really stern one
Why wait we all know the consequences it’s time for lockdown now
Full lockdown bar some work, food shops or chemist.
A limit on distances you can travel.
Will see how well it is enforced in the morning as I fucked off going shops today and so will need to nip out tomorrow
Well, the good news is that we are now 15 days behind Italy rather than 14.
report them and get their licences revoked
A long-distance runner has described how COVID-19 made him feel like he was drowning - and warned young people to take the disease seriously.
Daryl Doblados, 29, ran the Cambridge half marathon just 10 days before he was diagnosed with the virus.
The father-of-two, who has no underlying health conditions, called 111 last Thursday as he struggled to breathe and was told to call an ambulance.
"It just feels like your lungs are filling up with smoke or liquid," he said. "I struggled to breathe.
"I've never experienced anything like this before."
He was discharged from hospital eight hours after his admission, with a consultant advising him to monitor his breathing and to call 111 again if it worsened.
Take it seriously young uns