COVID-19 — Coronavirus

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Tonster

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Can you recall how many doses of this vaccine the government
Another restaurateur willing to forgo the education of our children in order to sell a few meals.



Boris has beaten the virus now, IMO. We all just need to sit tight and let them immunise who they need to.

We’ll be back to normal as of Easter. I am going to book all my holidays for next year now.
Boris has beaten it?
 

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Feel really uplifted today. The news conference was uplifting and you can almost see the weight metaphorically speaking lifting off Boris shoulders. A few weeks and we will be vaccinating and every single day the problem is then reducing. Also only 27 days until the shortest day and then we are on the road to spring. I can handle a boring January and February knowing 2021 will at some point absolutely boom. People will be desperate to have fun and drink and eat out. Will be great.

I am going to spoil my dad like mad next summer and have lots of great days out. Can’t wait.

Great post mate. Some positive words in these difficult times
 

Manc in London

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They can only open up so much its Gyms or pubs and pubs lost.

I have no idea what is the rationale? You are more likely to pass on or catch covid19 if you only drink?

There is no competition with gyms. Gyms will always lose if it was a competition between them and the hospitality sector.
 

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Just had a text while watching the football that One of my best mates growing up, has just passed away due to this terrible illness, only in his early 50's, and I'm absolutely gutted. RIP Paul.
 

ayrshire_blue

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Feel really uplifted today. The news conference was uplifting and you can almost see the weight metaphorically speaking lifting off Boris shoulders. A few weeks and we will be vaccinating and every single day the problem is then reducing. Also only 27 days until the shortest day and then we are on the road to spring. I can handle a boring January and February knowing 2021 will at some point absolutely boom. People will be desperate to have fun and drink and eat out. Will be great.

I am going to spoil my dad like mad next summer and have lots of great days out. Can’t wait.

So you should mate. Disagreed with you politically on this thread (sorry mods!) but just goes to show the bottom line is that we all want through this as soon and as safe as possible...and we're *almost* there.
 

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So you should mate. Disagreed with you politically on this thread (sorry mods!) but just goes to show the bottom line is that we all want through this as soon and as safe as possible...and we're *almost* there.

indeed we are. I am a positive person by nature and it is not in my nature to criticise people doing their best. Today is a testiment to the very best of the Uk. I literally can’t wait to grasp the opportunity of life again and will so appreciate the small pleasures of simple things I love such as swimming, a pint, City, meals out and just people. My dad is not in great shape and whatever time I have left with him I am going to try and maximise. He is the worlds biggest blue and has been lost without going.

The conduct of the vast majority I think has been truly uplifting. The odd knobhead but the vast majority of people have been patient and kind.

I hope we learn from this.
 

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We need a clear, mathematically defined, roadmap showing how an area will be placed in what tier. No more of this safe Tory seat in tier 1 whilst Labour seats with lower infection rates are put in higher tiers.

If they get this wrong they’ll lose a lot of people, me included. If I get a whiff of any place with a higher infection being in a lower tier than Salford, I’ll simply ignore the rules for the tier Salford is in and operate as if I was living in the other place.
 

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We need a clear, mathematically defined, roadmap showing how an area will be placed in what tier. No more of this safe Tory seat in tier 1 whilst Labour seats with lower infection rates are put in higher tiers.

If they get this wrong they’ll lose a lot of people, me included. If I get a whiff of any place with a higher infection being in a lower tier than Salford, I’ll simply ignore the rules for the tier Salford is in and operate as if I was living in the other place.
That won’t help you in getting a pint though!
 

True_Blue69

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We need a clear, mathematically defined, roadmap showing how an area will be placed in what tier. No more of this safe Tory seat in tier 1 whilst Labour seats with lower infection rates are put in higher tiers.

If they get this wrong they’ll lose a lot of people, me included. If I get a whiff of any place with a higher infection being in a lower tier than Salford, I’ll simply ignore the rules for the tier Salford is in and operate as if I was living in the other place.

I said the same the other day yet some still disagreed with the rationale behind my thinking. They need to be transparent about what puts you into what tier or they will lose the majority of the country. Also making the decisions this week, 1 week in advance of the measures coming in is also daft. We have seen from the start how quick the virus can change and a week is a long time.
 
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