COVID-19 — Coronavirus

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  1. i8rags

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    Clear as fucking day, people hear what they want to hear, do not go out unless absolutely essential. Anyway these even questioning are off their nut
     
  2. jay_mcfc

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    Me, my wife and two kids haven’t left our house for 11 days (except I take the dog for a 5min walk twice a day). Not one single complaint from any of us. The kids have been absolutely brilliant so far and the time is going so quick.

    Some people need to get a grip.
     
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  4. johnnytapia

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    Yes, let's all be worried that this is leading to some mass end of democracy and that through these actions we could save tens of thousands of lives nationally and millions globally. Uneasy? I will sleep uneasy - because he hasn't gone far enough. You'll sleep uneasy because your Dianne Abbott pillow can't be dry-cleaned for a few weeks.
     
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  5. bluemoon32

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    Fcuk me, i'm glad Boris was clear in his message
     
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  6. Ban-jani

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    This is fair too sensible to be on this thread/forum.

    People are saying we should have gone full lockdown two weeks ago, well by now we’d have had mass disobedience and far more totally against it in the media and public.

    I fully expect a total lockdown in the coming days, we’re gradually getting there, as you say.

    To those saying well being gradual is costing lives, it’ll actually save lives in the long run as these measures will last longer and see us into the summer, where things will improve in the NHS.
     
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  7. Barcon

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    Make sure you bring some biscuits for their dog.
     
  8. johnnytapia

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    But what about the all seeing government eye? This is 1984 and saving lives should make us all uneasy.
     
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  9. cleavers

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    Take them home, you'll be related to one or both soon enough.



    (boys or girls ?)
     
  10. abu13

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    If you have bee coughing all day he has no right to expect you in work as you should self-isolate.
     

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