There really are some special ****s out there.A woman interviewed on the news is not happy with the 14 day quarantine as this means she has to shut her business again, having already been shut during lockdown - begs the question why didn't she stay here and run her newly re-opened business rather than go to Spain on holiday.
My wife and I were told by our nurse in SC to apply early for a flu jab (ie on 1st September) as by October they were expecting to be busy with other things,Guys/Gals - please if you are offered your flu vaccine this year please take your GP up on the offer or if offered through work accept it.
We are already preparing for this years vaccinations and the news flying around is that there is the possibility of the age limit being reduced to 50 due to COVID
We tend to get the flu vacs in September time and most surgeries are only able to obtain so many at a time.My wife and I were told by our nurse in SC to apply early for a flu jab (ie on 1st September) as by October they were expecting to be busy with other things,
They're worried about another lockdown as the Government cannot afford it! I'm not sure we'll see another national lockdown - think they'll try and manage it locallyI think they’re worried about implementing another ‘lockdown’ because I don’t think people will follow it. Not that many really did in the first place but I honestly think it’ll be far worse.
Yup and there has to come a time where we manage the risks ourselves rather than rely on the Govt to keep telling us what to do. Good hygiene, keep your distance, wear a mask in crowded indoor environments, if you’re “high risk” then shield yourself. We have to learn to live with the virus. My industry is being torn apart by all the job losses and goodness only knows the toll on mental health and other illnesses. As for football, would I feel safe going? Personally yes .. I don’t see how pubs are ok and restaurants are ok (old Leigh was rammed today), but football games aren’t. Restrict the attendance sure, but we can’t keep lockdown going indefinitely it’ll have severe long term consequences.It's not human nuature to continue to live without social contact, especially in the younger generation where they are less prone to serious consequences.
I'd be amazed if we end up back in a national lockdown, the country simply cannot afford it. Regardless of what you think about putting money over lives, if we go back to what happened before there will be no country left when we come out the other side and that will be far far more dangerous than this virus as it will affect absolutely everyone.
I beleive local measures wll be taken if required to limit indoor contact, with outdoor activities being allowed to continue, we cannot go on limiting everything until the 'promised land' of a vaccine arrives, we'll ll be bankrupt and destitute before that happens.