Local lockdown

JM14

Well-known member
#32
As with everything else the rules make absolutely zero sense, you cant see a family member sitting 2+meters apart in a garden, but you can all cram inside a pub or restaurant? Oh and by the way get back into the office with hundreds of other people and sit on a crowded bus or train to get there.

Get tested if you come into contact with anyone who has had it, but all you idiots getting too many tests have caused the system to crash so now no one can get a test

Here is £20 quid, go and have a meal out in a room with a load of strangers, but be back home by 10 though because thats when Covid starts
 

Juninho10

Well-known member
#35
Because Covid doesn’t spread til after 10.00 pm silly ........
The 10pm curfew is following Belgium - who introduced it in July to flatten their second curve

Belgium had a “sustained decrease in the number of people recorded as being newly infected in August” - a drop that many experts credit to the curfew and other strict social distancing rules.
 

bear66

Well-known member
#36
The 10pm curfew is following Belgium - who introduced it in July to flatten their second curve

Belgium had a “sustained decrease in the number of people recorded as being newly infected in August” - a drop that many experts credit to the curfew and other strict social distancing rules.
Belgium has been mentioned a few times in recent weeks. This is probably a trial to see if it works in the UK before wider use.
 

1finny

Well-known member
#37
The 10pm curfew is following Belgium - who introduced it in July to flatten their second curve

Belgium had a “sustained decrease in the number of people recorded as being newly infected in August” - a drop that many experts credit to the curfew and other strict social distancing rules.
Equally other ‘experts’ say it had nothing to do with lockdown
And there we have the problem in a nutshell ......
 
#38
So they’ve locked down ALL of Northumberland. geographically a massive area. I would bet my house the problem is in the slums of Newcastle and Blythe and that the beautiful little spread out villages, that constitute most of it have virtually none, yet everyone suffers. Similar for County Durham.

Just shows the government has no concept of even the basic geography of the NE. Or are we being used as an experiment, Chris Whitty’s lab rats.
 
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