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Iran 2nd outbreak imminent

People didn't listen to government advice and seems now 2nd outbreak is imminent.

Today they had to close an outdoor market in Holland because it was packed.

Don't listen and it will definitely not go away soon, and more people will unnecessarily die.

Today a healthy young 21yr old woman died of COVID-19. Everyone is a target for this deadly virus.

Stay safe, obey

Edit: deleted some stats/facts because the children on here cannot seem to read them in context.

comment by Prem (U7618)

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

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comment by Prem (U7618)
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comment by Prem (U7618)
posted 3 minutes ago
Have you guys seen how the Italian officials are handling dissidents who flout the lockdown in Italy?

We’re too soft over here. Also doesn’t help when you gets who intentionally cough into passerbys’ faces.
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How are they handling them?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sj2_6vGiVVE
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That's in Brazil and they're not even on lockdown yet.
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My bad, i seen an earlier upload of the same video. Didn't read the comments underneath this video link when i searched for it.

But at least the local Mayor of Bari is doing his part.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AK3tzjj4r8

comment by Prem (U7618)

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
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comment by Prem (U7618)
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comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
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comment by Prem (U7618)
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Have you guys seen how the Italian officials are handling dissidents who flout the lockdown in Italy?

We’re too soft over here. Also doesn’t help when you gets who intentionally cough into passerbys’ faces.
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We need the laws in place. They come into effect tomorrow so hopefully we can take a heavier hand.

I do know of two sites closed down by the police today in London due to them not adhering to the Public Health rules.
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At times like this, it really shows how different communities regardless of location show self discipline.

There was even talk of how the UK in general isn't used to 'being told what to do' etc. Now, seriously isn't the time to act all 'Stiff upper lip'.

Thankfully it's a credit that the majority do abide by the advice set out. (Except in panic buying mode)


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It’s a lot to do with our want it now; don’t give a fwck about anyone society. Me me me
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At the rate it's going mate, it could be just 'me, me me' in the end.

comment by Prem (U7618)

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Cinciwolf----JA606 NFL Fantasy Champion 2019----No Emotional Attachments....five long years (U11551)
posted 16 minutes ago
Problem in the UK seems to me to be that Boris doesn't want to directly tell people what to do.

One of the biggest problems I see with this is the amount of supermarket runs people are doing as well, it is by far the worst place you can go but it sounds like some folk are going every bloody day.
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Currently, probably the most likeliest place that you can catch this virus now outside of hospitals. Imagine how many people touch the handles on those trolleys.

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Prem (U7618)
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comment by Cinciwolf----JA606 NFL Fantasy Champion 2019----No Emotional Attachments....five long years (U11551)
posted 16 minutes ago
Problem in the UK seems to me to be that Boris doesn't want to directly tell people what to do.

One of the biggest problems I see with this is the amount of supermarket runs people are doing as well, it is by far the worst place you can go but it sounds like some folk are going every bloody day.
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Currently, probably the most likeliest place that you can catch this virus now outside of hospitals. Imagine how many people touch the handles on those trolleys.
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And touch products, put them back and so on.

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Which is why we’re told to wash our hands over and over again.

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
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Which is why we’re told to wash our hands over and over again.
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But even then the hand washing is only a small part of it. Still far more likely to get it from the air with stacks of people around. Think I read that a sneeze can remain airborne for five hours or something.

comment by Prem (U7618)

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Probably a good idea to wear those disposable gloves when doing essential shopping.

Supermarkets/food shops should make this compulsory along with face masks.

comment by TUX (U5315)

posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

It’s a lot to do with our want it now; don’t give a fwck about anyone society. Me me me
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This.
Corporate and media driven now for decades.
Strangely though, the 'me me me' crowd have been no where near as financially successful as those who have continually driven this mantra?

Strange times.



posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

comment by Cinciwolf----JA606 NFL Fantasy Champion 2019--... (U11551)
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comment by Gingernuts (U2992)
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Which is why we’re told to wash our hands over and over again.
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But even then the hand washing is only a small part of it. Still far more likely to get it from the air with stacks of people around. Think I read that a sneeze can remain airborne for five hours or something.
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This is part of the issue.

The latest guidance we had was if someone sneezes without the elbow or hankie bit, you stand back at least 3 meters and let the virus drop out of any area for inhalation for a couple of minutes.

So misleading and which to believe.

posted 2 weeks ago

Looks like a second outbreak in Iran confirmed. New cases went up yesterday and now doubled overnight.

Also, USA will overtake Italy today with total cases.

Seems countries where people didnt listen to the advice are going to be hit hard.

Iran, Italy, Netherlands, etc

Surprisingly the number of cases in Belarus are quite low where the footy season has started again. Probably they are not testing because their dictator claims its a Psychosis.

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