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    Default Re: The CoronaVirus MEGA Thread

    Yeah, what is there stopping a household of 4 over-18s ordering a bottle of wine each with their meals? And how does that prevent the issue of people having too much to drink and not distancing?


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    In Liverpool, as the pubs/restaurants through people out on to the street - people then went to the offy or the supermarket to pick up a load of ale.

    There were then impromptu parties on the street - which then required police resources and people weren't social distancing.

    I think this is less about the selling of Ale and more about the mass gathering at places that sell ale. A small subtlety, but I think that's the 'policy aim'.

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    Default Re: The CoronaVirus MEGA Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Redemption View Post
    In Liverpool, as the pubs/restaurants through people out on to the street - people then went to the offy or the supermarket to pick up a load of ale.

    There were then impromptu parties on the street - which then required police resources and people weren't social distancing.

    I think this is less about the selling of Ale and more about the mass gathering at places that sell ale. A small subtlety, but I think that's the 'policy aim'.
    It was probably Chelsea fans


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    Default Re: The CoronaVirus MEGA Thread

    Covid is currently spreading four times as quickly in England than the government's worst case scenario prediction.

    The estimation was for approximately 85,000 deaths over the winter from the virus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Project Zeus View Post
    Covid is currently spreading four times as quickly in England than the government's worst case scenario prediction.

    The estimation was for approximately 85,000 deaths over the winter from the virus.

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    But how much of that spread is comparable to the spring and secondly how much of it is in groups with underlying conditions which are conducive to serious illness or death?

    Positive tests is one thing but if it's mainly spreading on younger age groups still, it's more likely to not result in deaths even though there is still going to be some spread into groups who do.


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    Default Re: The CoronaVirus MEGA Thread

    Whoever snuffs it from now will have thee owd Covid 100%, be ya 6 munf or 106.

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    Default Re: The CoronaVirus MEGA Thread

    Deaths seem to be acceptable as long as it isn't someone you love, behaviour needs to change that behaviour starts with you and then you try to change the ones around you, if they refuse to change then no longer have them around you.

    Too many people are telling the young, 'don't worry it won't kill you' then they go on and infect those it will kill.

    First wave of Spanish Flu wasn't 'that bad' humans learn fuck all from history.


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    Yeah, but you can walk into Costa and have a coffee - and no food - but you can’t walk into a pub and just have a pint.

    And the „curfews“ are absolutely pointless.

    It’s the glaring inconsistency that doesn’t make sense. It’s almost as if the government haven’t got a clue what they’re doing and are making it up as they go along...
    You can’t just have just a coffee in a coffee shop under the new Tier 3 restrictions within the NSDC area.

    ‘Substantial meal’ is open to interpretation.

    ‘As well as the main Tier 3 restrictions, Council Leaders have agreed the following additional local restrictions:

    All hospitality venues (cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars and social clubs) can only remain open to offer substantial meals, or must move to operate a delivery and takeaway service only. Alcohol can only be served with a substantial meal.’

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