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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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Mike Oxsaw 9:24 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
They should just make everybody more important than everybody else and then get on with it.

Kaiser Zoso 8:57 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
The numbers of deaths by occupation made the police and teachers claims to be prioritised look a bit precious. Taxi drivers were far higher iirc

Capitol Man 12:50 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Apart from when it actually kills people.

Alfs 12:20 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
The chap behind me (late 60s) in the vax queue had Covid at the beginning. He told me he felt rough for a few days but with all of the coverage of people on death's door on the news he was terrified of going to sleep as he thought when he wakes up he could be on a ventilator.

The paranoia was worse than the virus itself.

Capitol Man 12:03 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Too Much Too Young 8:17 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China

Not sure why that is "sad".

They may have seen friends and relatives die of this. It got my father over the Christmas holidays.

Given the horrible way this takes people, suffocating them away from their family and friends then I personally don't blame them for avoiding other people and focusing on keeping themselves safe.

It's certainly not sad.

ray winstone 11:48 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pie sums it up nicely....

https://youtu.be/jieKdI2Wc_Y

Mike Oxsaw 8:27 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Too Much Too Young 8:17 Fri Feb 26

It's their way of managing the situation, not yours. And without a crystal ball, I cannot predict whether or not your dog will get patted again.

Too Much Too Young 8:17 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
I have a chuckle every morning taking the dog out at 7.30am.

In the park i go to i see a retired couple jogging round it, they used to (pre covid) always say "Good morning" and sometimes the old boy would stop and pet the hound.

They've become more and more distant over the past year to the point they now turn around if within 50 feet of me, but are fucked if someone else is coming the other way. There is then this bit where they weigh up the options, depart from the path and head across the grass to pick up another path..at the next junction they start looking about again to ensure they never get within 50 feet of anyone.

fucking sad, but i do laugh.

gph 7:47 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!

ERROR! ERROR! PR_MODULE ERROR!

REBOOTING REBOOTING







I had my Astra/Oxford jab this afternoon. No side effects. Beep

BRANDED 7:07 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
I FUCKING MISS HAWKSMOOR.

Particularly Monday night corkage night

BRANDED 7:06 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
1. I called face mask wankers face mask wankers when it wasn’t obligatory. I still think there’sabunch of face mask wankers who wear them hundreds of yards away from any other cunt. If you don’t understand that you’re clearly a face mask wanker.
2. I’ll take a vaccine if I can get away to Europe ASSP. I’d have it shoved up my arse by 8 if I can get travelling again.
3. Yes you are a fucking face mask wanker.

What else?

Too Much Too Young 7:02 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
As a way to combat the vaccines, I reckon the virus will increase its infection trait in a trade off against its danger to us, reducing itself to no more than a standard cold over time.

looking forward to May.

I FUCKING MISS HAWKSMOOR.

Johnson 6:52 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
So my post from earlier was correct.

Excellent.

BRANDED 6:31 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Was over at London Bridge and there was a vaccination centre that didn’t look busy so I went up and asked if I could get a cheeky quick one on the sly. They said fuck off and wait your time.

Lee Trundle 5:57 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
It's a phrase quite often used over here, Pickled. It's no surprise it's lost on you.

Hammer and Pickle 5:57 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Your "coin" Twundle?

Has a wheel fallen off your house or something?

Mike Oxsaw 2:51 Fri Feb 26
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dealcanvey 2:30 Fri Feb 26

Can't argue with that.

Key now is patience (not a common virtue these days) - be guided by how things pan out after each step.

I see some releases being pushed back, some being brought forward, none of which will satisfy those who demand absolute and immovable dates in the process.

dealcanvey 2:30 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mike

With the Vaccine the health services should not now come under extreme pressure.

We will probably still see hundreds/thousands of cases a day but it should not be causing serious illness for 99% of people.

The hysteria at the start created by uncertainty and the media is slowly going away. A vast majority of people just want to go back to normal now. The vaccine will hopefully bring around normality and the media will eventually find something else to talk about.

Mike Oxsaw 2:19 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
dealcanvey 2:09 Fri Feb 26

Many (and I don't claim to be among them) were saying, at the start of the outbreak, that this would be the end game.

Everything that governments have done in the interim was just to protect their respective health services (as the failure of those would have been totally intolerable).

dealcanvey 2:09 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
COVID variants cannot be controlled. To worry about variants means that you will never leave the house again.

The flu constantly changes and the vaccine has to be tweaked every year. It is why flu still does the rounds now.

COVID will be no different.

Mike Oxsaw 2:05 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Thailand is considering waiving their mandatory 2 weeks quarantine for international travellers who have been vaccinated/had a recent negative test. That will unleash a huge tsunami of European people (not just feeeeeelthy purrrverts) looking to get away.

Flights will be dirt cheap and many who had considered European destinations will be tempted, despite the 14 hour flight time.

Europe needs to get it's tourist industry back in order or it will lose out big time.

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