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fernandopartridge

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The football season is paused? Cases are rising. Pillar 1 testing is going up which is ominous. If we carry on as we are i doubt we'll get past the end of this month.
 

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Schools, pubs, cafes etc first... Footballers are tested regularly... That will be after
 
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skybluesam66

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cases rising
hospital admissions not -(only 468 in hospital with covid and only 58 of those are ventilated)

its certainly about being careful, but the government have a duty not to cause panic

the 468 is still decreasing on a daily basis = we should worry if it turns the other way
 
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cases rising
hospital admissions not -(only 468 in hospital with covid and only 58 of those are ventilated)

its certainly about being careful, but the government have a duty not to cause panic

the 468 is still decreasing on a daily basis = we should worry if it turns the other way
I think we probably need to wait a week or 2 to see if hospital cases/deaths start rising again.
 

fernandopartridge

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cases rising
hospital admissions not -(only 468 in hospital with covid and only 58 of those are ventilated)

its certainly about being careful, but the government have a duty not to cause panic

the 468 is still decreasing on a daily basis = we should worry if it turns the other way
Not sure where you're getting your numbers from but there are far more in hospital. Not that it is a reliable barometer as I have a strong suspicion that admissions are being suppressed. See the coronavirus thread.
 

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The football season is paused? Cases are rising. Pillar 1 testing is going up which is ominous. If we carry on as we are i doubt we'll get past the end of this month.
I'm going to go with, wont happen. Football will carry on, no idea when we'll get back to watching though! Ive pencilled in Blues at home as the first game, pure guess obviously.

Economy cant afford another full lock down, may see odd weeks locally but no reason to cancel the football season!
 
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Not sure where you're getting your numbers from but there are far more in hospital. Not that it is a reliable barometer as I have a strong suspicion that admissions are being suppressed. See the coronavirus thread.
I imagine he used the figures from 6th September off the coronavirus data website.
 

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I’m thinking we’ll be back in lockdown next month. Until testing capacity is anything close to what it should be the current situation just won’t work.

I'm going to go with, wont happen. Football will carry on, no idea when we'll get back to watching though! Ive pencilled in Blues at home as the first game, pure guess obviously.

Economy cant afford another full lock down, may see odd weeks locally but no reason to cancel the football season!
The economy can’t afford lockdown in all but name because the virus is running rampant and people stay at home twice as long as they would have.

It’s not economy vs health. Sort the health and the economy is sorted. People locked down off their own back before government advice and will again. Government needs to get control of it quicker if we want to limit the damage to the economy, not let it keep going.
 

fernandopartridge

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I’m thinking we’ll be back in lockdown next month. Until testing capacity is anything close to what it should be the current situation just won’t work.



The economy can’t afford lockdown in all but BAME because the virus is running rampant and people stay at home twice as long as they would have.

It’s not economy vs health. Sort the health and the economy is sorted. People locked down off their own back before government advice and will again. Government needs to get control of it quicker if we want to limit the damage to the economy, not let it keep going.
The economy is mostly confidence, this government instills next to no confidence in many people.
 

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Five wins, none conceded over September and early October should see us go up automatically on ppg?
 
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Not sure where you're getting your numbers from but there are far more in hospital. Not that it is a reliable barometer as I have a strong suspicion that admissions are being suppressed. See the coronavirus thread.

No there isn't. At least not in UHCW. 2 corona patients as of today. First hand from a good friend in Cardiology
 

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Don’t think they will stop it, if it peaks again it might stall especially if teams are isolating etc. I think they would revert back to empty grounds as the first step prior to stopping completely
 

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I heard a while ago they were planning another lockdown for October time and it seems like they are kicking things off now.
 

Colin Steins Smile

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cases rising
hospital admissions not -(only 468 in hospital with covid and only 58 of those are ventilated)

its certainly about being careful, but the government have a duty not to cause panic

the 468 is still decreasing on a daily basis = we should worry if it turns the other way
There is always a time lag between cases being identified and hospital admissions rising.... let’s see what it’s like in a few weeks time
 

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I heard a while ago they were planning another lockdown for October time and it seems like they are kicking things off now.
There is no plan. They're making it all
Up as they go along.
The only thing they put any thought in to is siphoning money off to their mates in the form of bullshit contracts.
The latest one is this moonshot bollocks going to a company that Johnson's half brother has recently joined the board of.
The British public deserved to get mugged off to be honest, this is what they voted for.
 

Johnnythespider

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There is no plan. They're making it all
Up as they go along.
The only thing they put any thought in to is siphoning money off to their mates in the form of bullshit contracts.
The latest one is this moonshot bollocks going to a company that Johnson's half brother has recently joined the board of.
The British public deserved to get mugged off to be honest, this is what they voted for.
 

win9nut

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There is no plan. They're making it all
Up as they go along.
The only thing they put any thought in to is siphoning money off to their mates in the form of bullshit contracts.
The latest one is this moonshot bollocks going to a company that Johnson's half brother has recently joined the board of.
The British public deserved to get mugged off to be honest, this is what they voted for.
tbf there wasn't much choice...
Corrupt soab, or inept soab...
 
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