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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Tue Feb 02, 2021 3:13 pm  

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Steph Curry wrote:
When you are the only country in the world that reports deaths as “any reason within 28 days of a positive test” I’m not surprised we do.


Yes and we've made our Island status and border controls work to full effect.
So bloody keen to let the "middle classes" take an overseas break, we have kept on re-seeding the virus and keep on importing new "strains" of the virus, from wherever they pop up.
Compare our handling of the pandemic to that of Australia and even a fool can see how we may have done things differently.

Even our "beloved" Captain Tom went of on a jolly up and now he has the virus, it's utterly bloody ridiculous.

Thanks for your input though :SUBMISSION:
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Wed Feb 03, 2021 11:53 am  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Yes and we've made our Island status and border controls work to full effect.
So bloody keen to let the "middle classes" take an overseas break, we have kept on re-seeding the virus and keep on importing new "strains" of the virus, from wherever they pop up.
Compare our handling of the pandemic to that of Australia and even a fool can see how we may have done things differently.

Even our "beloved" Captain Tom went of on a jolly up and now he has the virus, it's utterly bloody ridiculous.

Thanks for your input though :SUBMISSION:


You cannot compare the transit arrangements of the UK and Australia - the UK according to HMG stats had c300m visitors through the airports - Australia approx.12m. It is like Scotland yes they can lock it down - today they have 3 international flights in the whole day. The UK is a major transit hub you are not talking about the same thing - have any of the major EU countries locked their borders?
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Thu Feb 04, 2021 5:07 pm  

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You cannot compare the transit arrangements of the UK and Australia - the UK according to HMG stats had c300m visitors through the airports - Australia approx.12m. It is like Scotland yes they can lock it down - today they have 3 international flights in the whole day. The UK is a major transit hub you are not talking about the same thing - have any of the major EU countries locked their borders?


IF the UK was serious about properly controlling the pandemic, it would and should have stopped all international travel, perhaps with some minor exemptions.

Giving people free reign to fly in and out of the UK, with very little control has been utterly reckless and despite 3 "lockdowns" we are only just beginning to put any meaningful controls in place.
Asking people where they will be self isolating is an absolute joke, it needs enforcing.

The sad irony is that, those selfish b'stards that insist on overseas travel are literally killing their fellow countrymen and all with the "blessing" of the government, who couldn't control a mickey up in a brewery.

It's interesting that studies are now being carried out regarding "mixed" vaccines.

Do you think that, as we are being told, this is because the think that a "mix" will actually be more effective or, is it more likely, that our government have cocked this up as well and now need to explore some other options

You decide.

However, if a "mix" was really though to be potentially more effective, surely, this would have already been looked into :CRAZY:
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Fri Feb 05, 2021 10:18 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Yes and we've made our Island status and border controls work to full effect.
So bloody keen to let the "middle classes" take an overseas break, we have kept on re-seeding the virus and keep on importing new "strains" of the virus, from wherever they pop up.
Compare our handling of the pandemic to that of Australia and even a fool can see how we may have done things differently.

Even our "beloved" Captain Tom went of on a jolly up and now he has the virus, it's utterly bloody ridiculous.

Thanks for your input though :SUBMISSION:


Yes he is beloved. He caught in hospital. But well done on trying to score points on a guy who has done more for the nhs than you ever have and ever will. I didn’t really have a good opinion of you. You’ve Always been a keyboard warrior. Happy to sit behind a computer screen with no chance of recourse and this post confirms it
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Fri Feb 05, 2021 11:13 pm  

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Steph Curry wrote:
You’ve Always been a keyboard warrior. Happy to sit behind a computer screen with no chance of recourse and this post confirms it


Did you find this one whilst looking in the mirror :lol: :lol: :lol:
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Fri Feb 05, 2021 11:16 pm  

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WestEndThinker wrote:
shame on the lefties spilling hate and insults, wish I had a green username.


I'm probably what people would call centrist, although probably 'right-wing' on law and order, but I know a sh*t sandwich when I see one.

This government has been inept. Just compare them Japan's government - also an island nation, high income per capita, with a greater population density, lots of inbound business travel and outbound tourism just like us, much closer to the initial outbreak. I could catalogue BoJo's government's failings but I haven't got a whole day. About the one thing they have got right is the vaccine buying strategy.

What I'm more interested in/inflamed by is how anyone who points out this government's many failings is nowadays shut down as a 'lefty'. I do wish people would stop doing it on here, in the wider sphere of public debate too.
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