COVID-19 — Coronavirus

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  1. Man_City_Loyal

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    that’s good news.

    my 2 are still in quarantine for another week so hopefully first weekend of April I’ll see them again.

    Unless they change it by then, the ex is currently couped up in Warrington
     
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  2. Man_City_Loyal

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    HMRC have classed that ?.
     
  3. bluemoon32

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    Roads still pretty busy with loads still having to go to work
     

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  4. jay_mcfc

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    There's gonna be millions of people that this 'lockdown' barely touches.
     
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  5. antspider

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    Construction company I used to work for still have several sites in London open!
     
  6. Blue Maverick

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    Sports direct are essential workers, they are having a fucking laugh, a quick phone call from Boris should sort them twats out in.
     
  7. Blue Maverick

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    This is not going to work clearly, expect this to be ramped up in a few days.
     
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  8. Marvin

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    I thought this was lockdown. It doesn't seem like it is because many employers outside of the retail sector are still working.

    The government keep turning the screw a little tighter but what we need is a nail, and hammer and just do the job. It's almost as if they are still trying to perform a controlled infection of the herd whilst keeping the at risk safe.
     
  9. SilverFox2

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    At least he has started on.the correct approach. Powers to enforce need Gov approval as does most other measures.
    Spain's legal system allowed its Gov to take charge of police, army and most of its overnight emergency measures so control was immediate.
    Incidentally police still gave us 3 days to warn rather than fine and army are there mostly as a border protection measure I think (can't verify cos we're in lockdown).
     
  10. It’s pretty essential that when you venture outside for your one session of exercise you have access to some towelling Slazenger socks.
     
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