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Corona Virus 22:39 - Mar 7 with 93942 viewsSgorioFruit

Sorry for new thread,
But how bad do you lot reckon it’s going to get here in the UK?
I just been watching the news. Looking nasty in Italy.

My methods are not favoured by some but by god i speak the truth.
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Corona Virus on 21:07 - Mar 20 with 1208 viewsHighjack

Wind street absolutely bouncing tonight.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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Corona Virus on 21:09 - Mar 20 with 1200 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 21:07 - Mar 20 by Highjack

Wind street absolutely bouncing tonight.


In which case they’re idiots.

How do you know btw? Are people posting pictures? Because if so, they’re idiots as well.

Stay inside.
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Corona Virus on 21:50 - Mar 20 with 1113 viewslonglostjack

Pubs closed. The prime minister said he realised that it went against what he called “the inalienable free-born right of people born in England to go to the pub”.
Feck off you Eton twaat - what about us Celts !! 😡😡😡

Edit: Not condoning for one minute that people go to pubs! NB Highjack 😉
[Post edited 20 Mar 21:57]

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Corona Virus on 21:56 - Mar 20 with 1096 viewsTNT

Corona Virus on 21:50 - Mar 20 by longlostjack

Pubs closed. The prime minister said he realised that it went against what he called “the inalienable free-born right of people born in England to go to the pub”.
Feck off you Eton twaat - what about us Celts !! 😡😡😡

Edit: Not condoning for one minute that people go to pubs! NB Highjack 😉
[Post edited 20 Mar 21:57]


Yeah, we could drink them under the table, mwsh.

Now, there's an idea.




Hope you're all keeping well, wus. YJB!

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Corona Virus on 22:02 - Mar 20 with 1072 viewsFlashberryjack

Corona Virus on 21:09 - Mar 20 by londonlisa2001

In which case they’re idiots.

How do you know btw? Are people posting pictures? Because if so, they’re idiots as well.

Stay inside.


The next ten weeks are going to be bad...real bad.

I sincerely hope those out on Wind street tonight don't pay to high a price for their madness or members of their families.

Hello

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Corona Virus on 22:09 - Mar 20 with 1042 viewslonglostjack

Corona Virus on 21:56 - Mar 20 by TNT

Yeah, we could drink them under the table, mwsh.

Now, there's an idea.




Hope you're all keeping well, wus. YJB!


All good wus! You’ll break a record soon. In days, what’s the longest continuous period you’ve gone without going to a Swans game since, let’s say, 1975?

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Corona Virus on 22:43 - Mar 20 with 979 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Corona Virus on 21:07 - Mar 20 by londonlisa2001

“ there is a world shortage of face masks for professionals,”

In which case they need them more don’t you think?

Stay inside.


Whose fault is it that there is a world shortage since the MERS epidemic in 2012?
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Corona Virus on 01:57 - Mar 21 with 886 viewsJack123

Absolutely fcking pathetic, every time this government good few days too late, it took them a week to decide rather than we give you advice to not go to pubs/restaurants, they then say close them.. And now 7 days behind again... so most probably next Friday they will say it's a lockdown for the uk, absolutely pathetic.. Costing thousands of lives..Total kuntz
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Corona Virus on 04:01 - Mar 21 with 845 viewsjackonicko

Corona Virus on 20:00 - Mar 20 by A_Fans_Dad

Yes that is why Singapore made it law that every Company had to supply their employees with masks and hand wash when COVID19 appeared in their country.
Because of their polution.


Edit, sorry it was actually Indonesia.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_coronavirus_pandemic_in_Indonesia
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None of this is true.

We have the same advice in Singapore, only wear masks if you have symptoms. Certain premises, like hospitals, ask everyone to wear masks if you enter the building but otherwise no need. On the subway at the moment my unscientific surveys report about 90% of people mask free.

There has been no mandatory provision of masks and hand wash to employees by companies.
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Corona Virus on 07:54 - Mar 21 with 748 viewsKilkennyjack

Corona Virus on 01:57 - Mar 21 by Jack123

Absolutely fcking pathetic, every time this government good few days too late, it took them a week to decide rather than we give you advice to not go to pubs/restaurants, they then say close them.. And now 7 days behind again... so most probably next Friday they will say it's a lockdown for the uk, absolutely pathetic.. Costing thousands of lives..Total kuntz


Correct.

Look at this - simply too late to do the obvious things.


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Corona Virus on 08:15 - Mar 21 with 721 viewsepaul

Corona Virus on 21:56 - Mar 20 by TNT

Yeah, we could drink them under the table, mwsh.

Now, there's an idea.




Hope you're all keeping well, wus. YJB!


Looking forward to next time we have "a beer" in the Railway mush, I can see a few being sunk, it's the hope that keeps us going, we can do this


The hair and the beard have gone I am now conforming to society, tis a sad day The b*stards are coming back though

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Corona Virus on 08:57 - Mar 21 with 684 viewsmajorraglan

Corona Virus on 07:54 - Mar 21 by Kilkennyjack

Correct.

Look at this - simply too late to do the obvious things.



Spot on. I think I have said it before, but we went to Malta 2 weeks ago, they had restrictions in place and were thermally scanning people at the airport, sanitizers out, staff in masks etc. Return to Cardiff 1 week later and ........... nothing except a couple of leaflets on a table.

The Government, WAG and others have all been slow dealing with this.
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Corona Virus on 09:19 - Mar 21 with 653 viewsDr_Winston

According to the BBC, there are 34 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Swansea Bay University Health Board area, out of a local population of 389,372. That's 0.009% of people.

Obviously those numbers will rise and only include diagnosed cases, but caution should stop them rising too much. A couple of weeks of lockdown, a bit of sense and hopefully in this area at least the problem can be largely managed.

Question then becomes whether or not it's possible to declare a larger area clear. Can restrictions be lifted in Swansea without prohibiting movement from outside areas into the region?

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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Corona Virus on 09:32 - Mar 21 with 630 viewsSgorioFruit

Corona Virus on 07:54 - Mar 21 by Kilkennyjack

Correct.

Look at this - simply too late to do the obvious things.



I was screaming and shouting why they were still letting flights in from italy

My methods are not favoured by some but by god i speak the truth.
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Corona Virus on 09:55 - Mar 21 with 597 viewsJoe_bradshaw

Corona Virus on 09:19 - Mar 21 by Dr_Winston

According to the BBC, there are 34 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Swansea Bay University Health Board area, out of a local population of 389,372. That's 0.009% of people.

Obviously those numbers will rise and only include diagnosed cases, but caution should stop them rising too much. A couple of weeks of lockdown, a bit of sense and hopefully in this area at least the problem can be largely managed.

Question then becomes whether or not it's possible to declare a larger area clear. Can restrictions be lifted in Swansea without prohibiting movement from outside areas into the region?


The end game whenever it comes has to be got right. When is free movement and socialising allowed? When do you allow people from abroad to come here again freely?

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Corona Virus on 10:06 - Mar 21 with 575 viewsDr_Winston

Corona Virus on 09:55 - Mar 21 by Joe_bradshaw

The end game whenever it comes has to be got right. When is free movement and socialising allowed? When do you allow people from abroad to come here again freely?


I suspect the end game will be when the number of new cases is consistently fewer than the supply of intensive care beds to care for them.

I don't think this is something that's going to stop for a while, but it could become something we're able to manage until a vaccine is developed or the fabled "herd immunity" kicks in.

We may get periods of relaxation and the odd additional restrictions if it flares up again for quite some time. As for coming from abroad, a certificate of either past exposure and recovery or even quarantine may be implemented.

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Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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Corona Virus on 10:08 - Mar 21 with 569 viewsZaxx

Corona Virus on 09:19 - Mar 21 by Dr_Winston

According to the BBC, there are 34 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Swansea Bay University Health Board area, out of a local population of 389,372. That's 0.009% of people.

Obviously those numbers will rise and only include diagnosed cases, but caution should stop them rising too much. A couple of weeks of lockdown, a bit of sense and hopefully in this area at least the problem can be largely managed.

Question then becomes whether or not it's possible to declare a larger area clear. Can restrictions be lifted in Swansea without prohibiting movement from outside areas into the region?


Translates to 34 people being treated in-centre at SBUHB premises and bears no relation to any community infection or population statistics whatsoever.

I wholeheartedly agree with your second paragraph though Doc.
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Corona Virus on 10:26 - Mar 21 with 540 viewsWingstandwood

Corona Virus on 09:19 - Mar 21 by Dr_Winston

According to the BBC, there are 34 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Swansea Bay University Health Board area, out of a local population of 389,372. That's 0.009% of people.

Obviously those numbers will rise and only include diagnosed cases, but caution should stop them rising too much. A couple of weeks of lockdown, a bit of sense and hopefully in this area at least the problem can be largely managed.

Question then becomes whether or not it's possible to declare a larger area clear. Can restrictions be lifted in Swansea without prohibiting movement from outside areas into the region?


This lock down of the elderly and vulnerable is going to be crucial. It will have a tremendous impact regarding preventing mass infection of the people whom are lesser resilient to it.

The governments initiative will be extremely useful and NHS staff are extremely grateful for its introduction. It will save so many lives and ease pressure on NHS capacity.
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Corona Virus on 10:35 - Mar 21 with 527 viewsCountyJim

Don't know if they done it down West but all visitors banned at Royal Gwent

Its a strange environment to be working in
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Corona Virus on 11:54 - Mar 21 with 477 viewsHighjack


The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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Corona Virus on 12:29 - Mar 21 with 427 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Corona Virus on 04:01 - Mar 21 by jackonicko

None of this is true.

We have the same advice in Singapore, only wear masks if you have symptoms. Certain premises, like hospitals, ask everyone to wear masks if you enter the building but otherwise no need. On the subway at the moment my unscientific surveys report about 90% of people mask free.

There has been no mandatory provision of masks and hand wash to employees by companies.


Thank you for the correction.
It is nice to get real on site data.
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Corona Virus on 12:37 - Mar 21 with 413 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

Corona Virus on 04:01 - Mar 21 by jackonicko

None of this is true.

We have the same advice in Singapore, only wear masks if you have symptoms. Certain premises, like hospitals, ask everyone to wear masks if you enter the building but otherwise no need. On the subway at the moment my unscientific surveys report about 90% of people mask free.

There has been no mandatory provision of masks and hand wash to employees by companies.


Thanks for the correction, surprising because we are overwhelmed with experts in pandemic management on here.

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Corona Virus on 12:48 - Mar 21 with 389 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Corona Virus on 04:01 - Mar 21 by jackonicko

None of this is true.

We have the same advice in Singapore, only wear masks if you have symptoms. Certain premises, like hospitals, ask everyone to wear masks if you enter the building but otherwise no need. On the subway at the moment my unscientific surveys report about 90% of people mask free.

There has been no mandatory provision of masks and hand wash to employees by companies.


Sorry for the confusion, it comes from a previous post.
It is according to wiki that Indonesia mandated face masks & hand sanitisers on the 12 of March
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_coronavirus_pandemic_in_Indonesia
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Corona Virus on 12:55 - Mar 21 with 366 viewsmajorraglan

Corona Virus on 09:19 - Mar 21 by Dr_Winston

According to the BBC, there are 34 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Swansea Bay University Health Board area, out of a local population of 389,372. That's 0.009% of people.

Obviously those numbers will rise and only include diagnosed cases, but caution should stop them rising too much. A couple of weeks of lockdown, a bit of sense and hopefully in this area at least the problem can be largely managed.

Question then becomes whether or not it's possible to declare a larger area clear. Can restrictions be lifted in Swansea without prohibiting movement from outside areas into the region?


Due to the testing regime, the 34 confirmed cases is likely to be the tip of the iceberg. Given our transport links and population density, I can’t see any relaxation of the requirement or zoning taking place.

I have just spoken to a woman who I work with who lived in what is now one of the worst affected areas of Italy until about 2 years ago. She still has a lot of friends there and spoke to 1 earlier this week. By all accounts it’s grim out there, there are lots of desperately ill people and there is no room at the hospitals, she was told that people are being advised to stay at home because even if they came to the hospital they would only be told to lay on the floor. In the the town and villages which are in close proximity to where she lived the number of deaths is well in to triple figures. She was also told a lot of the people had disregarded the curfew and continued to congregate in bars, town centres etc, but now it’s totally changed. Social distancing and isolation are being observed.

Let’s hope the situation doesn’t end up like that here.

Edit typo
[Post edited 21 Mar 15:54]
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Corona Virus on 13:11 - Mar 21 with 344 viewschad

I agree it is not the 34 that are of concern (in fact they are identified so probably of very limited onward infection concern now) but the many others infected with little or no symptoms or in pre symptom phase but still capable of easily infecting others.

Isn’t WHO currently quoting up to 14 days incubation, but it’s speed of serial transmission is rapid.

Infected spray can suspend in the air for a short period and can remain infectious (wherever it falls) for up to several days (passed from surfaces to hands to other surfaces including shopping items, that infected people may have already coughed on or other infected hands may have already touched).

When we are only testing serious cases, these figures could be quite dangerous with such a low proportion reported, it may make people less cautious, and extreme caution is something we definitely need to proceed with.
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