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Richard10002

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  10. I answered a straight yes to this, and that is the case. However, logically, we could consider that 17,000 a year have been dying from ordinary flu since 2014, (on average, PHE), and it has been accepted as a vicissitude of life, and not particularly noticeable. Given that this represents just under 50 deaths a day, so we could almost say that if/when the rate falls below 50, perhaps it is a risk that people could be prepared to take, or may even have to take, if life and economy is to continue as we know it. If we become a nation with a percentage of mask wearers in certain places, and a percentage of social distancers, so be it - mask wearing is not unusual in some parts of the world, so we just become another part of the world with a similar habit.
  11. If you look at the graphs, you will see that we are currently being relatively successful, albeit many more people died at the peak than needed to. The numbers are relatively low right now and, whilst there is talk of a second wave, it is currently just talk. If there is a second wave, like the first, I guess we just have to go through it again.... or are you suggesting that government allows half a million to die, or should have allowed half a million to die the first time?
  12. Just before reading this post it crossed my mind that you would would be starting your denial process soon, and so it begins. As I've said before, you have been so far up Johnsons backside that we can see the whites of your eyes next to 99's, when he deigns to appear on TV, and his mouth his open. Woe betide anyone who dared criticise him... your great leader
  13. Yes...your hero doesn't seem to have a very good grasp of things, does he?
  14. I mentioned it in another post, but there was a guy interviewed on TV last night who said he wouldn't be wearing a mask, because he didn't believe in Covid. What a ridiculous response. Smelly said "there's nowt we can do about it" I must have missed what has been going on since March 23rd, and there was much more we could have done, and sooner in many cases.
  15. Smelly said we can do nowt about it - but we can. He was talking about the comparison with WWII, which we could "do nowt about" until we could, which was 6 years after it started. However, during the 6 years, we did "plenty about it", both in terms of attempting to end it, and to mitigate the damage. I agree that eradication is not yet in sight.
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