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Corona Virus 22:39 - Mar 7 with 275805 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 21:15 - Mar 23 with 844 viewsPozuelosSideys

Corona Virus on 21:06 - Mar 23 by exiledclaseboy

Bloody hell. Did you miss the rest of it?


Thing is, there will be hundreds of thousands of people out there who have interpreted it just like him. This is why it will go on for months.

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Corona Virus on 21:16 - Mar 23 with 831 viewssquarebear

Corona Virus on 20:51 - Mar 23 by sainthelens

How the fck are they gonna know who's been out more than once in a day?


Aren't they relying on each of us Taking responsibility and keeping count ourselves?
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Corona Virus on 21:16 - Mar 23 with 830 viewsairedale

Corona Virus on 20:51 - Mar 23 by sainthelens

How the fck are they gonna know who's been out more than once in a day?


Government secret.

They’ll know.

Just watch it.
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Corona Virus on 21:21 - Mar 23 with 801 viewsdickythorpe

Fining people!!! Half the country has just been made redundant Boris!!!!
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Corona Virus on 21:21 - Mar 23 with 796 viewsFlashberryjack

Corona Virus on 21:16 - Mar 23 by squarebear

Aren't they relying on each of us Taking responsibility and keeping count ourselves?


Yeah! that'll work.

Hello

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Corona Virus on 21:21 - Mar 23 with 794 viewssainthelens

I need an haircut, I'll be looking like Robinson fckn Crusoe.
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Corona Virus on 21:22 - Mar 23 with 786 viewsploppy

Corona Virus on 21:16 - Mar 23 by airedale

Government secret.

They’ll know.

Just watch it.


If it was Singapore they might. I'm beginning to think living there would suit me down to the ground. There'd be no bellends out there when they've beed told to stay in.
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Corona Virus on 21:22 - Mar 23 with 783 viewsdickythorpe

At least more people at home now , the scum bag looters will have less targets now.
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Corona Virus on 21:22 - Mar 23 with 783 viewstheloneranger

Corona Virus on 20:51 - Mar 23 by sainthelens

How the fck are they gonna know who's been out more than once in a day?


We're all going to be tagged.
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Corona Virus on 21:23 - Mar 23 with 768 viewsairedale

Corona Virus on 21:21 - Mar 23 by sainthelens

I need an haircut, I'll be looking like Robinson fckn Crusoe.


They’ll know about that too.

Fashion police will have you then.
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Corona Virus on 21:25 - Mar 23 with 753 viewsFlashberryjack

Corona Virus on 21:22 - Mar 23 by dickythorpe

At least more people at home now , the scum bag looters will have less targets now.


Empty shops, looters paradise mun.

Hello

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Corona Virus on 21:27 - Mar 23 with 740 viewsdunvantjack100

Corona Virus on 20:51 - Mar 23 by sainthelens

How the fck are they gonna know who's been out more than once in a day?


First thing I thought.

“Sorry John, this is your second jog of the day. That’ll be a £100 fine.”
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Corona Virus on 21:28 - Mar 23 with 735 viewsdickythorpe

Corona Virus on 21:25 - Mar 23 by Flashberryjack

Empty shops, looters paradise mun.


Yeah but shops have CCTV, not all houses do. More chance of shop looters being caught on camera than a house looter
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Corona Virus on 21:30 - Mar 23 with 722 viewsFlashberryjack

Corona Virus on 21:28 - Mar 23 by dickythorpe

Yeah but shops have CCTV, not all houses do. More chance of shop looters being caught on camera than a house looter


Hoods mun, fine looter you'd make

Hello

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Corona Virus on 21:31 - Mar 23 with 719 viewsdickythorpe

Corona Virus on 21:30 - Mar 23 by Flashberryjack

Hoods mun, fine looter you'd make


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Corona Virus on 21:37 - Mar 23 with 685 viewsMrSwerve

Glad for now that we’re allowed to exercise...I have a couple of runs a week in extremely quiet areas of the countryside...unlikely to pass a single person.

That privilege will be gone soon enough, I’d wager.

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Corona Virus on 21:44 - Mar 23 with 644 viewsexiledclaseboy

NEW RULES ON STAYING AT HOME AND AWAY FROM OTHERS

The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.

When we reduce our day-to-day contact with other people, we will reduce the spread of the infection. That is why the government is now (23 March 2020) introducing three new measures.

1. Requiring people to stay at home, except for very limited purposes
2. Closing non-essential shops and community spaces
3. Stopping all gatherings of more than two people in public

Every citizen must comply with these new measures. The relevant authorities, including the police, will be given the powers to enforce them – including through fines and dispersing gatherings.
These measures are effective immediately. The Government will look again at these measures in three weeks, and relax them if the evidence shows this is possible.

1. STAYING AT HOME

You should only leave the house for one of four reasons.

● Shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, which must be as infrequent as possible.
● One form of exercise a day, for example a run, walk, or cycle - alone or with members of your household.
● Any medical need, or to provide care or to help a vulnerable person.
● Travelling to and from work, but only where this absolutely cannot be done from home.

These four reasons are exceptions - even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spentoutside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.

These measures must be followed by everyone. Separate advice is available for individuals or households who are isolating, and for the most vulnerable who need to be shielded.
If you work in a critical sector outlined in this guidance, or your child has been identified as vulnerable, you can continue to take your children to school.

2. CLOSING NON-ESSENTIAL SHOPS AND PUBLIC SPACES

Last week, the Government ordered certain businesses - including pubs, cinemas and theatres - to close. The Government is now extending this requirement to a further set of businesses and other venues, including:

● all non-essential retail stores - this will include clothing and electronics stores; hair, beauty and nail salons; and outdoor and indoor markets, excluding food markets
● libraries, community centres, and youth centres.
● indoor and outdoor leisure facilities such as bowling alleys, arcades and soft play facilities.
● communal places within parks, such as playgrounds, sports courts and outdoor gyms.
● places of worship, except for funerals attended by immediate families.
● hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, caravan parks, and boarding houses for commercial/leisure use (excluding permanent residents and key workers).

3. STOPPING PUBLIC GATHERINGS

To make sure people are staying at home and apart from each other, the Government is also stopping all public gatherings of more than two people. There are only two exceptions to this rule:

● where the gathering is of a group of people who live together - this means that a parent can, for example, take their children to the shops if there is no option to leave them at home.
● where the gathering is essential for work purposes - but workers should be trying to minimise all meetings and other gatherings in the workplace.

In addition, the Government is stopping social events, including weddings, baptisms and other religious ceremonies. This will exclude funerals, which can be attended by immediate family.

DELIVERING THESE NEW MEASURES

These measures will reduce our day to day contact with other people. They are a vital part of our efforts to reduce the rate of transmission of coronavirus. Every citizen is instructed to comply with these new measures.

The Government will therefore be ensuring the police and other relevant authorities have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings where people do not comply.

They will initially last for the three weeks from 23 March, at which point the Government will look at them again and relax them if the evidence shows this is possible.

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attac

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Corona Virus on 21:47 - Mar 23 with 637 viewsFlashberryjack

Corona Virus on 21:37 - Mar 23 by MrSwerve

Glad for now that we’re allowed to exercise...I have a couple of runs a week in extremely quiet areas of the countryside...unlikely to pass a single person.

That privilege will be gone soon enough, I’d wager.


I'm looking for someone to run down to ASDA in the morning, pick up a newspaper (doesn't matter which one) then run back to my house with it, great way of keeping fit whilst doing a community service.

I'm in self isolation and reading the morning newspaper with a coffee is my only pleasure, but I've just heard from my newsagent t, no papers till further notice.

F*cking hell, I'll go mad, I really will.

Hello

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Corona Virus on 21:50 - Mar 23 with 625 viewsKilkennyjack

Corona Virus on 21:44 - Mar 23 by exiledclaseboy

NEW RULES ON STAYING AT HOME AND AWAY FROM OTHERS

The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.

When we reduce our day-to-day contact with other people, we will reduce the spread of the infection. That is why the government is now (23 March 2020) introducing three new measures.

1. Requiring people to stay at home, except for very limited purposes
2. Closing non-essential shops and community spaces
3. Stopping all gatherings of more than two people in public

Every citizen must comply with these new measures. The relevant authorities, including the police, will be given the powers to enforce them – including through fines and dispersing gatherings.
These measures are effective immediately. The Government will look again at these measures in three weeks, and relax them if the evidence shows this is possible.

1. STAYING AT HOME

You should only leave the house for one of four reasons.

● Shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, which must be as infrequent as possible.
● One form of exercise a day, for example a run, walk, or cycle - alone or with members of your household.
● Any medical need, or to provide care or to help a vulnerable person.
● Travelling to and from work, but only where this absolutely cannot be done from home.

These four reasons are exceptions - even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spentoutside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.

These measures must be followed by everyone. Separate advice is available for individuals or households who are isolating, and for the most vulnerable who need to be shielded.
If you work in a critical sector outlined in this guidance, or your child has been identified as vulnerable, you can continue to take your children to school.

2. CLOSING NON-ESSENTIAL SHOPS AND PUBLIC SPACES

Last week, the Government ordered certain businesses - including pubs, cinemas and theatres - to close. The Government is now extending this requirement to a further set of businesses and other venues, including:

● all non-essential retail stores - this will include clothing and electronics stores; hair, beauty and nail salons; and outdoor and indoor markets, excluding food markets
● libraries, community centres, and youth centres.
● indoor and outdoor leisure facilities such as bowling alleys, arcades and soft play facilities.
● communal places within parks, such as playgrounds, sports courts and outdoor gyms.
● places of worship, except for funerals attended by immediate families.
● hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, caravan parks, and boarding houses for commercial/leisure use (excluding permanent residents and key workers).

3. STOPPING PUBLIC GATHERINGS

To make sure people are staying at home and apart from each other, the Government is also stopping all public gatherings of more than two people. There are only two exceptions to this rule:

● where the gathering is of a group of people who live together - this means that a parent can, for example, take their children to the shops if there is no option to leave them at home.
● where the gathering is essential for work purposes - but workers should be trying to minimise all meetings and other gatherings in the workplace.

In addition, the Government is stopping social events, including weddings, baptisms and other religious ceremonies. This will exclude funerals, which can be attended by immediate family.

DELIVERING THESE NEW MEASURES

These measures will reduce our day to day contact with other people. They are a vital part of our efforts to reduce the rate of transmission of coronavirus. Every citizen is instructed to comply with these new measures.

The Government will therefore be ensuring the police and other relevant authorities have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings where people do not comply.

They will initially last for the three weeks from 23 March, at which point the Government will look at them again and relax them if the evidence shows this is possible.

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attac


Good to see this action at last.

When he says the police will have powers .... does that mean that they currently dont have these powers ?

Is new legislation needed ?
When will they have these powers?

Anyone know ?

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Corona Virus on 21:53 - Mar 23 with 612 viewsCountyJim

Corona Virus on 21:08 - Mar 23 by dickythorpe

How many steps can you do Jim......


About 5500 with the dog dicky another 13000 in work today
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Corona Virus on 21:53 - Mar 23 with 612 viewsexiledclaseboy

Corona Virus on 21:50 - Mar 23 by Kilkennyjack

Good to see this action at last.

When he says the police will have powers .... does that mean that they currently dont have these powers ?

Is new legislation needed ?
When will they have these powers?

Anyone know ?


The relevant legislation passed the first stage in parliament today. It’ll be law tomorrow or the day after.

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Corona Virus on 21:59 - Mar 23 with 587 viewsGowerjack

Corona Virus on 20:49 - Mar 23 by Jack_Kass

Warra a load of crap, what's changed, really?


Yep.

What constitutes essential work?

The elephant in the room..

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Corona Virus on 22:01 - Mar 23 with 578 viewsNeath_Jack

Corona Virus on 21:59 - Mar 23 by Gowerjack

Yep.

What constitutes essential work?

The elephant in the room..


My phone has gone nuts this evening with people asking whether their work is essential or not. He should have defined it clearer.

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Corona Virus on 22:04 - Mar 23 with 565 viewsKilkennyjack

Corona Virus on 21:53 - Mar 23 by exiledclaseboy

The relevant legislation passed the first stage in parliament today. It’ll be law tomorrow or the day after.


Thank you for the reply.

Good to know its coming real soon.

‘Beware of the risen people’ ........🍀🇮🇪 💚 Dim byd grêt am brydain 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇪🇺

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Corona Virus on 22:06 - Mar 23 with 946 viewsCooperman

Corona Virus on 21:21 - Mar 23 by sainthelens

I need an haircut, I'll be looking like Robinson fckn Crusoe.


I had a 0.5 all over, yesterday. If I’m going to live like a convict then I may as well look like one.

My blend of dark brown and grey George Clooney like locks are now up the hoover.

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