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Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 8:36 am  

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PopTart wrote:
You smooth talker.

Without wanting alert Miro to a thread he'd be interested in, some changes will always be in place from now on. In terms of washing hands and not being quite as close to people you don't know.
I reckon we'll probably end up having vaccine boosters in future too, especially when travelling.

But we need to have businesses open and while we get there I'd rather wear a mask in stores etc. It's not a hardship if it makes people feel more comfortable.


One tries ones best. 8)
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 8:42 am  
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Miro wrote:
Before the thread is locked. You do know that the figure of 98% (with 83 years being the average age of the 2%) is read by many, well almost certainly our beloved moderator, as “HELP, We are all going to die”.
But seriously, if wearing a mask, a visor, goggles,gloves, hard hat, factor 50, waterproofs, steel toecaps, gumshield, ear defenders plus flippers and a life jacket (should a gust of wind blow us into the river Calder while perilously walking up Doncaster road) plus Jab Vista, (or are we still on jab DOS 1) then it'll all be worth it, especially if it “saves just one life.”
But beware the carnage on our roads as you travel to Belle Vue, I haven't left the house since I saw the following on the trusted BBC.
“According to the World Health Organization, road traffic injuries caused an estimated 1.35 million deaths worldwide in, for example, 2016."
That is, one person is killed every 25 seconds.
Every 25 seconds by Jove, Surely that's worth a worldwide lockdown in anyone's eyes??? Lets face it, “if it saves just one life.”


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Hmmm....
https://www.gov.uk/government/statistic ... eport-2019
road deaths in GB 2019 = 1,752 (4.8 per day or one every 18,000 seconds)
Remind us how many died due to Covid in 12 months? (despite the extreme measures taken)
case fatality rate in the UK is 2.8%
Assuming everyone travels by road, annual road fatality rate = 0.0025%
i.e. in the UK, covid is 1000 times more deadly than travelling by road

Worldwide annual road fatality rate = 0.018%
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_ ... by_country
worldwide covid deaths 3.7 million that's one every 8.5 seconds.
What would it have been like without the interventions?

You got your bite, have a nice day.
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 10:43 am  

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Miro wrote:
Before the thread is locked. You do know that the figure of 98% (with 83 years being the average age of the 2%) is read by many, well almost certainly our beloved moderator, as “HELP, We are all going to die”.
But seriously, if wearing a mask, a visor, goggles,gloves, hard hat, factor 50, waterproofs, steel toecaps, gumshield, ear defenders plus flippers and a life jacket (should a gust of wind blow us into the river Calder while perilously walking up Doncaster road) plus Jab Vista, (or are we still on jab DOS 1) then it'll all be worth it, especially if it “saves just one life.”
But beware the carnage on our roads as you travel to Belle Vue, I haven't left the house since I saw the following on the trusted BBC.
“According to the World Health Organization, road traffic injuries caused an estimated 1.35 million deaths worldwide in, for example, 2016."
That is, one person is killed every 25 seconds.
Every 25 seconds by Jove, Surely that's worth a worldwide lockdown in anyone's eyes??? Lets face it, “if it saves just one life.”


That's a really interesting post. You should post it in the Sin Bin Forum where people like to discuss this stuff.......
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Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 11:11 am  

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Leeds saints off now too
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 11:43 am  

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Sky now televising Hull kr v Salford
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 2:07 pm  

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Teltry wrote:
Sky now televising Hull kr v Salford


FFS!
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 2:14 pm  

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Although this is an away fixture, is it not available to ST holders on ourleague ?
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 2:19 pm  

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Although this is an away fixture, is it not available to ST holders on ourleague ?


Yep.
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 8:13 pm  

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I am disappointed sky havent chosen our game with wire but on the other hand can anybody actually remember the last televised game we did win?
Re: Covid Wed Jun 09, 2021 8:15 pm  

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I am disappointed sky havent chosen our game with wire but on the other hand can anybody actually remember the last televised game we did win?


Leeds last year I think.
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