COVID-19 — Coronavirus

crooky

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just doesn’t make sense. Most are half empty by that time anyway

Remember these lot don't know a world outside a 24/7 city like London.

Other than weekends 11pm is generally when pubs close anyway so 1 hours difference and most people have gone before 11 anyway.
 

BlueAnorak

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Pubs and restaurants must now shut by 10pm. Does the virus know what time it is?
Good restrictions IMO.
The table service one being the best.

You can still go out but it reduces super spreading events.

IMO, it should go a bit further. If you are,standing up in a pub then you should have to wear a mask. Going to multiple pubs should be a no-no too especially after the one man pub crawl super spreading event in Bolton.
 
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BLUEMATT23

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Sorry to hear that mate sounds absolutely shit. Not sure on your circumstances but people swear that exercise and a healthy diet which gives you something to focus on is the best thing to do when struggling with depression or anxiety. Might not work for you but it might be worth a go.

Thanks for advice
It's very much a day by day thing at the moment. I run a lot but lots of days when i really wonder is it all worth it anymore. My dad died last year my mum died when I was 24. And now this horrible lockdown I just dont see the point anymore but I'll try and get myself in a better place.
 

Bazza_Talks

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Nearly a third of recent ‘Covid deaths’ were not caused by Covid.

From the article:
Despite the fact that Covid still dominates our lives, thankfully deaths are at extraordinary low levels. Office for National Statistics data show that in August, Covid was not even in the top 20 causes of death in England. Nor was it in the top 15 causes in Wales.

Yet we still get more ludicrous restrictions. Yes, I know people have died from Covid. That isn't the point. It is the rationale for lockdowns that really must be critiqued (they aren't in the article above - I include it only because it undermines official statistics yet again (how can people have confidence in these idiots), after their useless models were miles out, their incompetence over testing, useless masks that still have no medical validity, and the stupid rules which simply delay the inevitable costing the country millions of jobs and billions of pounds in the process). Sadly all our politicians are yes men and women. They have failed the public big time, every single one of them. The press have done exactly the same. Hardly any have interrogated the problems that are so obvious and looked at alternatives.
 
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slicky202

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really feel sorry for the kids in all this.

my little lad had two days back then 14 day house arrest. His behaviour started changing, he’s doing odd little things that he didn’t do before. This is torture for children and boarders on abuse. Wouldn’t at all surprise me if we ended up with a boom of emotionally unstable teenagers for us not to be able to cope with. I work I mental health services so have a fair idea of this kind of thing and we’re going to have to be very careful with this generation.
 

AlgarveBlu

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Thanks for advice
It's very much a day by day thing at the moment. I run a lot but lots of days when i really wonder is it all worth it anymore. My dad died last year my mum died when I was 24. And now this horrible lockdown I just dont see the point anymore but I'll try and get myself in a better place.

there was a mental health thread on here before - let’s talk’ I think it was called and that had some very good advice from all sorts of seasoned posters. I would also try and limit your time on this thread (and the matchday thread) .

We will find a brighter day - hang in there.
 

Uncle Wally One Ball

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It's very much a day by day thing at the moment. I run a lot but lots of days when i really wonder is it all worth it anymore. My dad died last year my mum died when I was 24. And now this horrible lockdown I just dont see the point anymore but I'll try and get myself in a better place.
Look after yourself blue. It's good to talk!
 

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