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31 May 2020 23:17:06
I was watching the news earlier and again vast numbers of people seen gathered on beaches, at beauty spots, parks and even protest marches in London.
Two wrongs don't make a right, but perhaps more attention should be paid to these activities rather than pre-judging football fans?
Or is it an indication that crowds are gathering now regardless?
But the relevance of neutral grounds as a safety measure seems to have gone tight out of the window?

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01 Jun 2020 01:04:50
People have become complacent and seem to think that they are immune to the virus 19.

01 Jun 2020 02:14:33
I understand your point, and the large crowds gathering are a result of poor government messaging and "strategy", if they even have one. But, you can be on a beach and be a couple of metres from others if you try. You can't do that in a stadium with a packed crowd, or even surrounding a stadium even large numbers turn up.

01 Jun 2020 10:44:26
Burkeyboy, the large crowds are not a result of poor government messaging, it's a result of people just not listening.

01 Jun 2020 11:49:35
Burkey boy. you can be 2 metres apart on a beach but these idiots are definitely not! So annoying that these people are so dense, it will take someone close to them to be affected b4 they wake up. Embarrassing.

{Ed033's Note - Remember people, the UK government said on their own web site:
"As of 19 March 2020, COVID-19 is no longer considered to be a high consequence infectious disease (HCID) in the UK" - From UK Gov web site

01 Jun 2020 12:10:43
I hear you ed but common sense needs to be applied unfortunately common sense seems to be missing now for days. I seen someone on social media complaining they had to wait in a queue for 2 hours and the people in front of them had not considered the implications of leaving the house during C.V. but they were so important that it didn't apply to them.

{Ed033's Note - Is C.V. a high consequence infectious disease (HCID) in the UK or not. If not as the UK government says, what's with all the 'lockdown' measures?

01 Jun 2020 13:12:41
Contamination rate i believe. lock down was to reduce the spread of the virus 19 not a cure or to stop it entirely.

{Ed033's Note - It seems you think C.V. is a high consequence infectious disease, but the UK government says it's not on their web site. Who do you think is correct, you or the U.K. government? :).

01 Jun 2020 13:51:40
The primary reason behind decisions made was to not overwhelm the nhs. This by and large has worked but would have been even better had lockdown been introduced sooner. That may also have negated the build of the nightingale hospitals. As we are now, it seems we could be on the cusp of where we were if everyone just goes back to normal.

I do think there is a lot of suspicion around the virus, it’s origin? Organic or man made? Added to that, some of the most confusing guidelines ever produced leads to people just making there own conclusions. Not helpful but the reality is blame can be laid on a lot of different people.


{Ed033's Note - Doesn't sound like a good idea to ruin tens of thousands or more of businesses and put millions out of work in order to not overwhelm the nhs. Why not say, C.V. is not a high consequence infectious disease, so no need for 'lockdown'.

01 Jun 2020 18:24:06
Brilliant Ed. Maybe people will soon realise it’s all a big illusion created to gain control. the world is a stage.

01 Jun 2020 18:25:26
Ed I love how you think I need to visit the conspiracy site and have a good chat.

{Ed033's Note - Yes, that would be good.

01 Jun 2020 19:01:43
@RHLT perhaps people are immune as a result of "herd immunity" as some experts believe the UK may have been exposed to CV since Dec'19. Also more people may have had CV than we think and were asymptomatic (had no symptoms), thus making the percentage of deaths lower.



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