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34 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

Is it THAT simple? Seems unlikely.  We still all went to lots of indoor venues, shopping was the same as now, tube, train, restaurants.  

As for school, didn't they go back for a while in June? 

 

 

If memory serves, primary schools opened on June 1st and schools opened for exams June 15th. I'm pretty sure they just ran exams in schools at that point. Then summer holidays would have kicked in between mid-late July with full re-opening in early September.

 

By 13th September infections had risen to just over 21,000 in that week, with just over 12,000 the previous week. The numbers kept climbing every week to the peek number of infections of around 177,000 in a week at the end of November. The numbers were climbing all the time to that point.

 

As I say, it's either a coincidence or there was a direct link. One of the local schools (called Darrick Wood in Bickley) shut down a week earlier than all other schools as the virus had litterrally ripped through the school. Every year, every class had cases. Literally every class had to self-isolate about three weeks before Christmas. They wanted to reopen the schools for the final week before Christmas but all the parents refused to let the kids go back. By then, the infection rates were rocketing and we started seeing crazy death rates in January. Probably the new variant was ripping through the schools.

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57 minutes ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

Is it THAT simple? Seems unlikely.  We still all went to lots of indoor venues, shopping was the same as now, tube, train, restaurants.  

As for school, didn't they go back for a while in June? 

 

 

Not that simple, no, it will be a variety of factors. Seasonal viruses thrive in the winter because of the whole indoor/outdoor thing but we don’t know enough about COVID yet.

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5 hours ago, Brownie said:

Not that simple, no, it will be a variety of factors. Seasonal viruses thrive in the winter because of the whole indoor/outdoor thing but we don’t know enough about COVID yet.

This. Nobody knows but there are a bell of a lot of coincidences and lie it or not lockdown sceptics.... they work 

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13 hours ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Some cunts I know of went away over Christmas to the West Indies straight back having grandkids over. 

It would explain why he’s going to use the microchip vaccine to track us...

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On 22/01/2021 at 05:49, Poster said:

The latest plan (in the news today) a one off payment of £500 for those that test positive. An encouragement to some to catch it and the tories 'herd immunity' plan about to ramp up.

Not sure if his has been said already but Liverpool Council have been offering this for ages. But only if you can prove you are destitute. 

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My GP sent me to A and E last night for these chest pains I've been having - they appeared during my bout of Covid and I've never had them before - I've always been generally fit and well and never been in hospital for anything other than physio. She even booked a fucking ambulance! I told her to leave it and I got a taxi instead as she wouldn't let me drive (PANIC STATIONS).

 

They're seeing similar things in quite a lot of Covid patients. Various tests done, heart was absolutely smashing through my chest my blood pressure was rocketing. But the good news is all the test results were ok - ECG, chest X ray, bloods. Got to go back soon for an Echocardiogram, but that's only precaution. I guess the bad news is they don't actually know what it is - a non-specific condition.

 

The long and short is people who've had Covid are getting stuck with all sorts of after effects. When you consider the number of people who have had it, the NHS is going to be busy for a long time. 

 

Some virus though - it's like chemical warfare.

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3 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

My GP sent me to A and E last night for these chest pains I've been having - they appeared during my bout of Covid and I've never had them before - I've always been generally fit and well and never been in hospital for anything other than physio. She even booked a fucking ambulance! I told her to leave it and I got a taxi instead as she wouldn't let me drive (PANIC STATIONS).

 

They're seeing similar things in quite a lot of Covid patients. Various tests done, heart was absolutely smashing through my chest my blood pressure was rocketing. But the good news is all the test results were ok - ECG, chest X ray, bloods. Got to go back soon for an Echocardiogram, but that's only precaution. I guess the bad news is they don't actually know what it is - a non-specific condition.

 

The long and short is people who've had Covid are getting stuck with all sorts of after effects. When you consider the number of people who have had it, the NHS is going to be busy for a long time. 

 

Some virus though - it's like chemical warfare.

Glad it's not too bad mate. 

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7 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

My GP sent me to A and E last night for these chest pains I've been having - they appeared during my bout of Covid and I've never had them before - I've always been generally fit and well and never been in hospital for anything other than physio. She even booked a fucking ambulance! I told her to leave it and I got a taxi instead as she wouldn't let me drive (PANIC STATIONS).

 

They're seeing similar things in quite a lot of Covid patients. Various tests done, heart was absolutely smashing through my chest my blood pressure was rocketing. But the good news is all the test results were ok - ECG, chest X ray, bloods. Got to go back soon for an Echocardiogram, but that's only precaution. I guess the bad news is they don't actually know what it is - a non-specific condition.

 

The long and short is people who've had Covid are getting stuck with all sorts of after effects. When you consider the number of people who have had it, the NHS is going to be busy for a long time. 

 

Some virus though - it's like chemical warfare.

Could it possibly be anxiety mate? It can cause all of those symptoms, bad panic attacks can feel like a full blown heart attack.

 

Covid by its nature (will i get better or worse) must cause tremendous mental distress to people who are going through it, the news doesn't help either.

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Mrs went to get a lateral flow test last night, she tries to get one at the end of each working week but it was closed. They're all now closed at 5pm apparently. Absolutely bonkers, during what is widely thought to be the absolute peak. 

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My wife and stepdaughter are 10 days into their second bout of it.  My wife's pretty unwell still but can get up and make me a cup of tea once a day, stepdaughter isn't nearly as bad as the first infection, but in theory they can both go out today, according to the CoVID app. I've had it once but haven't caught it this time, as I'm still carrying antibodies I think.  It's all a bit shite.    

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3 minutes ago, stringvest said:

My wife and stepdaughter are 10 days into their second bout of it.  My wife's pretty unwell still but can get up and make me a cup of tea once a day, stepdaughter isn't nearly as bad as the first infection, but in theory they can both go out today, according to the CoVID app. I've had it once but haven't caught it this time, as I'm still carrying antibodies I think.  It's all a bit shite.    

Shit sorry to hear this mate. Have they both re-caught it then????? 

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1 minute ago, Bjornebye said:

Shit sorry to hear this mate. Have they both re-caught it then????? 

yep - both tested positive a few weeks ago.  I like a hero tested negative, but I had it more recently.  They're ok though.  Downside is they - who don't need it - have lost weight as they don't feel like eating.  I - who fucking could do with it - has resorted to JustEat and am now the size of a house.  She's just told me to send you and S her love x

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4 minutes ago, stringvest said:

yep - both tested positive a few weeks ago.  I like a hero tested negative, but I had it more recently.  They're ok though.  Downside is they - who don't need it - have lost weight as they don't feel like eating.  I - who fucking could do with it - has resorted to JustEat and am now the size of a house.  She's just told me to send you and S her love x

Hope they get well soon mate, give them our best. x

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It's probably just me but every time issues are cropping up with Brexit the lockdown appears to get extended. We started at February and now it's September. Others might have seen the data backing up this 30% increase, so please share if you have because Tweedle Dum and Dee are just going on "take our word for it". At this rate we'll be in lockdown for another couple of years. 

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3 minutes ago, skend04 said:

It's probably just me but every time issues are cropping up with Brexit the lockdown appears to get extended. We started at February and now it's September. Others might have seen the data backing up this 30% increase, so please share if you have because Tweedle Dum and Dee are just going on "take our word for it". At this rate we'll be in lockdown for another couple of years. 

This is the problem when you're a habitual liar like trump and Johnson.

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18 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

To be fair, you went on holiday, which you were entitled to do, but then came on here, moaning about your wife moaning about having to stay in for a couple of weeks, when plenty of people haven’t felt safe or comfortable leaving the house for months and months on end.

Got you by the bollocks here to be honest SpyBee. 

 

 

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Schools didn't go back until September. And within 3 weeks everything had gone to shit again. Parts of the north west have never been out of lockdown of some form or another, so it wasn't a bed a roses everywhere in the summer. 

 

Ventilation is also key, so even when we indoors in the summer, chances are places were well ventilated. The 1st spike of the autumn came with the schools. The 2nd spike came with the weather being so shit we stopped ventilating spaces the same, the 3rd was in the south east with the reckless release after lockdown 2 - where parts had really high rates of infection, but the government decided to keep London in tier 2 for the economy. 

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24 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Could it possibly be anxiety mate? It can cause all of those symptoms, bad panic attacks can feel like a full blown heart attack.

 

Covid by its nature (will i get better or worse) must cause tremendous mental distress to people who are going through it, the news doesn't help either.

Could be mate. Or could be a combination of that and something else. Or one is causing the other. Feeling pretty fucked off with the whole thing now though! 

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Just now, johnsusername said:

Could be mate. Or could be a combination of that and something else. Or one is causing the other. Feeling pretty fucked off with the whole thing now though! 

See how you go on with the tests but if they find nothing physical I'd deffo talk to the GP again, they'll probably just give you some beta blockers for a bit, they stop those kind of physical symptoms. They're also classed as performance enhancing drugs for snooker and darts.

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1 hour ago, Section_31 said:

Patel when asked why the UK had such a high death rate...

 

 

 

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This is the woman who went on holiday and met up with the Israeli Prime Minister while Theresa May was in charge, subsequently being booted out of the cabinet. She's a back-stabber and unfortunately the same can be said about all the others in the clan. With a group of back-stabbers, paranoia must be sky-high and it must have got to the point where they all just stab whoever they can because they must have a pact to not stab each other.

 

That quote has knives flying out in all directions except themselves.

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2 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Patel when asked why the UK had such a high death rate...

 

 

 

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I watched that interview and I've just read that back in her voice now I'm so angry I want to go and drown Boo from Monsters Inc. 

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