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    Coronavirus update



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    How long before this kind of nonsense makes its way into this board.

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    How long before this kind of nonsense makes its way into this board.
    Gullible cretins around social media will share bollocks like this, unfortunately.

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    How long before this kind of nonsense makes its way into this board.
    It just has

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    How long before this kind of nonsense makes its way into this board.
    I recently heard someone say that 50% of the population have been brainwashed by the media. I am sure some of the other 50% will be along soon to support some of this, particularly as a couple have been quoting No 4 on that list on the Politics Board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post


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    How long before this kind of nonsense makes its way into this board.
    From a quick look, Organ Morgan has already claimed number 4 (and I think a variant on 10). To be fair to him though, he's also churned out some which haven't even made this list. He's that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    I recently heard someone say that 50% of the population have been brainwashed by the media. I am sure some of the other 50% will be along soon to support some of this, particularly as a couple have been quoting No 4 on that list on the Politics Board.
    As somebody who fell for the Russia collusion hoax you are certainly in that 50%, and probably somewhere near the top just behind lardy

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    What we have seen is a lot of older people require hospital treatment for this, and some will die.
    When the hospital capacity is overwhelmed in an area the death rate grows sharply (and there is also probably a knock on effect on unrelated illness not being able to access healthcare). Therefore by taking action to slow the spread of the disease you can save many lives. Even if the same number of people get it in the end, if you slow the spread so hospitals aren't overrun there are much better outcomes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    What we have seen is a lot of older people require hospital treatment for this, and some will die.
    When the hospital capacity is overwhelmed in an area the death rate grows sharply (and there is also probably a knock on effect on unrelated illness not being able to access healthcare). Therefore by taking action to slow the spread of the disease you can save many lives. Even if the same number of people get it in the end, if you slow the spread so hospitals aren't overrun there are much better outcomes
    A good summary, so why are the media and a few individuals on the internet going feckin' bananas?

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    It started when dirty feckers ate ans slaughtered wild animals and ate contaminated dirty shit food , and went unwashed, selfish fecks

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    I've seen this Covid-19 likened to Spanish Flu for its deadliness. Depending on the source, it killed between 50-100 million worldwide in 1918. In Britain it killed circa 250,000 and infected a quarter of the total population (11 million back then). The first wave didn't do much damage, the final one from September to December certainly did. That one was especially fond of killing those aged 25-45. This one likes bumping off those 70+, which will delight governments who will save on pension payments and those hoping to bag an early inheritance windfall. But anyway, as implied, should this be similar to Spanish Flu then this year's end is when there'll be panic in Chinese streets and elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    I've seen this Covid-19 likened to Spanish Flu for its deadliness. Depending on the source, it killed between 50-100 million worldwide in 1918. In Britain it killed circa 250,000 and infected a quarter of the total population (11 million back then). The first wave didn't do much damage, the final one from September to December certainly did. That one was especially fond of killing those aged 25-45. This one likes bumping off those 70+, which will delight governments who will save on pension payments and those hoping to bag an early inheritance windfall. But anyway, as implied, should this be similar to Spanish Flu then this year's end is when there'll be panic in Chinese streets and elsewhere.
    There is some evidence that Spanish flu was just regular seasonal flu, and it was only the fact that so many people were malnourished and living in very poor conditions as a result of the great war that made it so deadly

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    well my lad has been un well for the last 5 days with flu like symptons with temperatures up to 39 degrees etc so thought we would get him checked out today

    Following advice to ring 111 and went through various questions . in a nutshell the 2 main things they ask if you've been abroad to an infected area like china in the last 2 weeks and do you know if you've been in contact with anyone who has the virus

    We answered NO to both questions so they said to ring your local GP so we ring the GP and they referred us back to ring 111 as they don't want potential virus carriers in surgeries which is what I would expect

    basically if you've been abroad to an infected and got the symptons you will get tested .If you don't fall into that bracket tough luck

    Could be hundreds if not thousands walking around with the virus without even knowing see the daily mail picking up on this today


    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...ed-abroad.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    What we have seen is a lot of older people require hospital treatment for this, and some will die.
    When the hospital capacity is overwhelmed in an area the death rate grows sharply (and there is also probably a knock on effect on unrelated illness not being able to access healthcare). Therefore by taking action to slow the spread of the disease you can save many lives. Even if the same number of people get it in the end, if you slow the spread so hospitals aren't overrun there are much better outcomes
    Have we taken any actions to slow it? I haven't noticed any. People are asked to stay at home once they have it, what else?

    Italy have 831 in critical care, we have (at any given time) around 800 ICU beds vacant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOZZER2 View Post
    well my lad has been un well for the last 5 days with flu like symptons with temperatures up to 39 degrees etc so thought we would get him checked out today

    Following advice to ring 111 and went through various questions . in a nutshell the 2 main things they ask if you've been abroad to an infected area like china in the last 2 weeks and do you know if you've been in contact with anyone who has the virus

    We answered NO to both questions so they said to ring your local GP so we ring the GP and they referred us back to ring 111 as they don't want potential virus carriers in surgeries which is what I would expect

    basically if you've been abroad to an infected and got the symptons you will get tested .If you don't fall into that bracket tough luck

    Could be hundreds if not thousands walking around with the virus without even knowing see the daily mail picking up on this today


    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...ed-abroad.html
    This about sums up the government's approach to the virus, thanks for sharing and I hope your lad recovers asap.

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    Should we be worried. We bloody should be. https://twitter.com/jasonvanschoor/s...077697538?s=21

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    I hate to say it but this also looks like a case of GPs not wanting to pick up the tab for care on their watch. Internal market in the NHS. When my dad transferred from hospital to care home here in the Midlands, his GP in Cardiff had to pay for the ambulance transfer 10 minutes up the road, causing a 5 hour delay whilst the responsibility for the bill was sorted out. Just on the news, Wolverhampton is having a drive through CV testing station coming on stream tomorrow. You can only go if you pass the 111 test. Just to throw into the mix, the hospital where dad has been, and by a strange coincidence my daughter, has had a CV case. Upper Ninian for me on Sunday! Meanwhile, I hope anyone feeling unwell makes a speedy recovery. From recent experience, the NHS is already stuffed and wont cope with an epidemic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninian opinian View Post
    Should we be worried. We bloody should be. https://twitter.com/jasonvanschoor/s...077697538?s=21
    On the news just now, if you in Italy and are over 65 in the worst affected areas, no chance of life-saving care eg heart attack, stroke. Complete lack of IC beds and staff under severe strain.Their health care system can't cope. Boris "wash your hands" Johnson will sort it out, don't worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninian opinian View Post
    Should we be worried. We bloody should be. https://twitter.com/jasonvanschoor/s...077697538?s=21
    Have an italian work mate she says the situation there is much worse than what we are being told.

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    An interesting take on how America are (not) going to cope
    https://apple.news/AyuaHQhxeTSuTR9CI0J5cuA

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