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By:
geordie1956
When: 23 Mar 20 19:20
major shutdown Scared
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 23 Mar 20 19:45
Boris Johnson is a tower of strength!
By:
politicspunter
When: 23 Mar 20 19:49
Maybe Boris going to resign and put a non-clown in charge?
By:
politicspunter
When: 23 Mar 20 19:50
Maybe Jeremy Hunt?
By:
Injera
When: 23 Mar 20 19:53
Why the passion for a lockdown? People seem to be begging for it.
By:
Cider
When: 23 Mar 20 19:53
When this is all over we'll still need a salt antidote it seems.
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 19:56

Mar 23, 2020 -- 1:53PM, Injera wrote:


Why the passion for a lockdown? People seem to be begging for it.


People have been give a chance to act like adults and they have decided to take the piss and treat it like a bank holiday weekend.
Brits have had it far too easy for far too long. A bit of pain and a reset will do folk good

Reading and hearing some of whining going on in the UK is embarrassing

By:
Injera
When: 23 Mar 20 20:02
4. For US adults, pneumonia is the most common cause
of hospital admissions other than women giving birth. About 1 million adults in the US seek care in a hospital due to pneumonia every year, and 50,000 die from this disease.


Pneumonia is the world’s leading cause of death among children under 5 years of age, accounting for 16% of all deaths of children under 5 years old killing approximately 2,400 children a day in 2015. There are 120 million episodes of pneumonia per year in children under 5, over 10% of which (14 million) progress to severe episodes. There was an estimated 880,000 deaths from pneumonia in children under the age of five in 2016. Most were less than 2 years of age.

https://www.thoracic.org/patients/patient-resources/resources/top-pneumonia-facts.pdf
By:
Cider
When: 23 Mar 20 20:03
Nearly all elitist socialists Injera, spying an opportunity to push their ideological agenda, state intervention and state handouts.
By:
Injera
When: 23 Mar 20 20:06
juce so it’s the public’s fault for walking on a sunny day. Not the failure to shut the tube to all but essential workers. Nor the farce of inbound flights from Italy and China.

Yesterday a journo called for playgrounds to be shut.

None of this makes any sense. Supermarkets rammed solid with no plan to thin the customers, yet the blame is attached to ramblers!
By:
Cider
When: 23 Mar 20 20:10
Khan went to bank holiday service on the tube ffs, blame that chump for those issues.

Supermarket shopping is essential.

Queuing up for an ice cream in Battersea Park is not.
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 20:10

Mar 23, 2020 -- 2:06PM, Injera wrote:


juce so it’s the public’s fault for walking on a sunny day. Not the failure to shut the tube to all but essential workers. Nor the farce of inbound flights from Italy and China.Yesterday a journo called for playgrounds to be shut.None of this makes any sense. Supermarkets rammed solid with no plan to thin the customers, yet the blame is attached to ramblers!


Yeh it's all a bit adhoc at the moment, but this is fluid situation and there are a lot of nobbers in England making it even more difficult for the govt.

I was more on about stories of people just wandering the streets drinking my cans and being a general nuisance

By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 20:10
*from
By:
1st time poster
When: 23 Mar 20 20:13
talk is trumpy is chomping at the bit to say fook this for a game of soldiers and announce a carry on as normal and see what occurs, Laugh
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 20:13
It's like the govt are going to pay our wages, let's go on holiday
Loads of stories about people going rambling and putting the rescuers under pressure/danger and people going to the highlands and putting locals in strife.

Statement below from Cumbria

Cumbria’s Mountain Rescue Teams response to the increased numbers of people travelling to Cumbria

The team leaders of the twelve Lake District Mountain Rescue teams are deeply concerned about the increased volume of people who are continuing to travel to our area and put local people, team members and other emergency services workers at increased risk of COVID-19. We therefore echo the comments of the Assistant Chief Constable of Cumbria Police. ‘Please stay away’.

We are a dedicated group of over 400 volunteers who have been through some tough rescues and major incidents in our time together. We’ve always been there for you. However, we find ourselves in a unique situation and needing to focus on our families and our work right now. We must also fully support our NHS colleagues who are under pressure already – many of whom are team members in the Lakes. Our mountain rescue colleagues in North Wales and the rest of the country are facing similar challenges.

We accept that some of you may consider this to be an over-reaction. It is not. For over sixty years we have supported you to enjoy the mountains in every weather. For the foreseeable future we simply need you to return the favour. Please do not come to the mountains. Spread the word as far as you can.

Richard Warren
Chairman LDSAMRA
By:
Injera
When: 23 Mar 20 20:13
Supermarket shopping IS essential but it’s not hard to ration people using the shop at any one time. I was in a queue for an hour last week. Pubs are less crowded on match day.
By:
Cider
When: 23 Mar 20 20:15
Blackford said people were suddenly flocking to Scotland. Only took a killer pandemic I suppose.
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 20:17

Mar 23, 2020 -- 2:13PM, Injera wrote:


Supermarket shopping IS essential but it’s not hard to ration people using the shop at any one time. I was in a queue for an hour last week. Pubs are less crowded on match day.


It will settle down once people start to hear of friends/relatives becoming sick
Then it will become personal and people will start to respect the situation
Nobody cares until it personally affects them and then they start to take note
Plus most folk must have enough provisions to last til 2050
An extra 1,000,000,000 quids worth of goods have been hoarded in less than a month!

By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 20:17

Mar 23, 2020 -- 2:15PM, Cider wrote:


Blackford said people were suddenly flocking to Scotland. Only took a killer pandemic I suppose.


Laugh

By:
politicspunter
When: 23 Mar 20 20:23

Mar 23, 2020 -- 2:15PM, Cider wrote:


Blackford said people were suddenly flocking to Scotland. Only took a killer pandemic I suppose.


Probably because currently it's about a hundred times safer than London.

By:
Injera
When: 23 Mar 20 20:25
'There were literally hundreds of us packed together. From what I could see I was the only one who had taken any precautions,' she fumed.

Passengers also expressed concern that as they got off their flights, no checks were being carried out on anybody suspected of being infected with coronavirus and that no information was given to them on any precautions they should take.

Mr Morrisey, 30, who works for the NHS, said: 'There are tough checks being carried out at airports all over the world but not at Heathrow and that's dangerous and ridiculous. We started our journey in Thailand and our temperature was checked before we could get on the plane.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8143347/Passenger-fury-Heathrow-Airport-fails-insist-social-distancing-border-control-queues.html
By:
politicspunter
When: 23 Mar 20 20:27

Mar 23, 2020 -- 2:25PM, Injera wrote:


'There were literally hundreds of us packed together. From what I could see I was the only one who had taken any precautions,' she fumed.Passengers also expressed concern that as they got off their flights, no checks were being carried out on anybody suspected of being infected with coronavirus and that no information was given to them on any precautions they should take.Mr Morrisey, 30, who works for the NHS, said: 'There are tough checks being carried out at airports all over the world but not at Heathrow and that's dangerous and ridiculous. We started our journey in Thailand and our temperature was checked before we could get on the plane.https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8143347/Passenger-fury-Heathrow-Airport-fails-insist-social-distancing-border-control-queues.html


With one trick pony "get brexit done" Boris in charge, why should anyone be surprised ?

By:
Cider
When: 23 Mar 20 20:31
The CMO directly said at one of the press conferences, taking temps from people coming off planes had limited impact.
By:
1st time poster
When: 23 Mar 20 20:32
its not hard to play the game what doris says will never happen, happens within 48 hrs like clockwork
By:
Cider
When: 23 Mar 20 20:33
Like what?
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 21:05
pound is tanking ahead of Boris's speech
By:
Angoose
When: 23 Mar 20 21:08
Will be at parity with the euro soon Grin
By:
moisok
When: 23 Mar 20 21:10
i see the progressives are still using this crisis politically
By:
Angoose
When: 23 Mar 20 21:14
Apparently, he will announce that the government will pay 200% of salaries to workers who stay at home.
Will also reimburse all gambling losses.

Get isolation done.
By:
mafeking
When: 23 Mar 20 21:14
not usually one to take much notice of a loudmouth like piers morgan but spot on when he says all the govt asked was for people to sit at home and watch telly for a while. how difficult is that ?
By:
morpteh mackem
When: 23 Mar 20 21:17
remember you're dealing with people who voted brexit, tory and mrs browns boys as  best british comedy.
tough gig.
By:
moisok
When: 23 Mar 20 21:18
not when I can escape to whales in the merc

us londoners know whats up   - we no the score

I got mine tanked up

no problem

when my lady gets back from beating up health workers and pensioners in tescos

we will be away to one of our second third homes etc
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 21:19
this is what the govt is having to put up with
Shoot them on sight

https://twitter.com/SECAmbulance/status/1241734037733072896
By:
1st time poster
When: 23 Mar 20 21:21
football
large gatherings
racing
pubs
and in 10 mins time lockdown
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 21:21
If you ever have doubts about Johnson, think of the alternative

Just imagine, imagine Steptoe and Flabbot at the helm

Utterly terrifying
By:
Aspro
When: 23 Mar 20 21:21

Mar 23, 2020 -- 3:14PM, mafeking wrote:


not usually one to take much notice of a loudmouth like piers morgan but spot on when he says all the govt asked was for people to sit at home and watch telly for a while. how difficult is that ?


I'm not disagreeing with this or any other similar comment; I too am staying indoors and have no complaints with the situation as it is, however; I spoke with my neighbour today (from a distant I hasten to add) and she made a fair point. Yesterday she took her kids over the local park, whilst ensuring she kept her distance from others; in other words she abided by the social distancing request. On reading the backlash today her answer was that nobody said specifically "stay at home", the main proposal was social distancing when out and about.

By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 21:23
Suppose it was sod's law that the weekend was sunny after putting in those measures on Friday
By all accounts the weather has been dire in the UK for a while?
By:
1st time poster
When: 23 Mar 20 21:24
handjob hancock nhs crisis ,might as well send him out to face josh archer
By:
jucel69
When: 23 Mar 20 21:24
still funny

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCgAqNSAD1U
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