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Old 20-05-2020, 10:15 PM   #251
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I know it's bad to say but I kinda hope I do have a mild case because they say once you have had it you cant contract it again
Hate to break it to you, but there’s literally no evidence of that, iirc there’s evidence of the exact opposite
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Old 20-05-2020, 10:35 PM   #252
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Why are people happy to go enmass and mix to beaches etc,but reluctant to send kids to school ?


Two different sets of people I’d guess


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Old 20-05-2020, 10:38 PM   #253
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I know it's bad to say but I kinda hope I do have a mild case because they say once you have had it you cant contract it again


They just don’t know one way or another .. is the same with near enough every aspect of the virus ..


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Old 20-05-2020, 10:51 PM   #254
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Why are people happy to go enmass and mix to beaches etc,but reluctant to send kids to school ?
Why do you think those going enmass and mixing on beaches are the ones which are reluctant to sending their kids back to school? I would hazard a guess that they aren't
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Old 20-05-2020, 11:09 PM   #255
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Hate to break it to you, but there’s literally no evidence of that, iirc there’s evidence of the exact opposite
This is incorrect, there is clear evidence of immunity lasting at least 3 months. Just not in all cases.
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Old 20-05-2020, 11:24 PM   #256
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Covid 19 Worldwide Deaths
at over 50 mark
nations


USA :98,184
UK :36,996
Italy:32,877
France :28,460
Spain:28,834
Brazil :22,666
Belgium :9,312
Germany :8,309
Iran :7,451
Mexico:7,394
Canada:6,642
Netherlands: 5,849
China: 4,667
Turkey:4,369
India :4,172
Sweden :4,029
Russia:3,633
Peru:3,456
Ecuador:3,203
Switzerland:1,913
Ireland:1,606
Indonesia:1,391
Portugal:1,330
Romania:1,205
Pakistan:1,167
Poland:1,007
Philippines :873
Japan :820
Egypt:783
Chile:761
Colombia:750
Austria:641
Ukraine:623
Algeria:609
Denmark:563
Bangladesh :501
Hungary:491
South Africa:481
Dominican Republic:460
Argentina:456
Saudi Arabia :339
Czechia:317
Finland:308
Panama:306
Israel :281
South Korea:267
Moldova:261
Bolivia:250
United Arab Emirates:248
Serbia:239
Norway:235
Nigeria :226
Afghanistan:219
Belarus:204
Morocco:200
Honduras:180
Greece:172
Sudan:165
Kuwait:165
Cameron :165
Iraq:163
Bosnia: 146
Bulgaria:130
Malaysia :115
North Macedonia:113
Luxembourg:110
Slovenia:107
Australia:102
Croatia:100
Armenia:87
Cuba:82
Congo (DRC):67
Mali :67
Somalia:66
Estonia:65
Lithuania:63
Niger:62
Chad:61
Guatemala:58
Thailand :57
Burkina Faso:52
Kenya:52
Andorra:51
Azerbaijan:51


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Old 20-05-2020, 11:27 PM   #257
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Old 20-05-2020, 11:48 PM   #261
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This is incorrect, there is clear evidence of immunity lasting at least 3 months. Just not in all cases.
If it’s not in all cases then it kinda makes the first part of your post irrelevant

I’ve not seen anything about that .. last I heard they ‘thought’ that you ‘may’ have immunity but they’d no idea how long ..

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Covid 19 Worldwide Deaths
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USA :93,163
UK : 35,785
Italy:32,330
France :28,135
Spain:27,888
Brazil :17,971
Belgium :9,150
Germany :8,144
Iran :7,183
Canada:6,143
Netherlands: 5,767
Mexico:5,666
China: 4,667
Turkey:4,222
Sweden :3,831
India :3,434
Peru:3,024
Russia:2,972
Ecuador:2,839
Switzerland:1,892
Ireland:1,571
Portugal:1,263
Indonesia:1,242
Romania:1,147
Pakistan:885
Poland:962
Philippines :842
Japan :768
Egypt:680
Austria:633
Colombia :613
Algeria:568
Ukraine:564
Denmark:554
Chile:544
Hungary:470
Dominican Republic:446
Argentina:394
Bangladesh :386
Saudi Arabia :339
South Africa:339
Finland:304
Czechia:304
Panama:281
Israel :279
South Korea:263
Serbia:235
Norway:234
United Arab Emirates:233
Moldova:228
Morocco:194
Nigeria :192
Bolivia:189
Afghanistan:187
Belarus:179
Greece:166
Honduras:147
Cameron :140
Bosnia: 136
Iraq:134
Kuwait:124
Bulgaria:116
Malaysia :114
Sudan:111
North Macedonia:110
Luxembourg:109
Slovenia:105
Australia:100
Croatia:96
Cuba: 79
Estonia:64
Congo (DRC):61
Somalia:61
Lithuania:60
Niger:58
Chad:57
Thailand :56
Mali :55
Burkina Faso:52
Andorra:51
Kenya:50


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Sweden still climbing steadily up the charts .... guess they’re still doing their own thing.


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Old 21-05-2020, 12:07 AM   #264
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This is incorrect, there is clear evidence of immunity lasting at least 3 months. Just not in all cases.
So catching it doesn’t mean you can’t catch it again then, like I said
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The Financial Times reports the Bank of England is considering
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the first time in its 324-year history in a bid to
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Ok so all us locked up inside will be here forever with these selfish gits ! I am getting really angry about this now .

Stop this insane behaviour now Boris !


After going for a walk today, I can vouch for the probability that if you have a teenager in your house who is allowed to go outside, then you're going to get it sooner than later


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Old 21-05-2020, 05:52 AM   #268
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with regard to catching it again and immunity, i think it will be the same as all it's other close family. If the strain is similar, you will be immune, if it's different you will catch it again.

For all the holding of hands in horror at the time, the herd immunity option is the best we have at the present time. We have no idea yet how many have already been infected in the UK, but I think it's a lot, and if that proves to be true then we will be "fine". However, if come October/November it shoots back up again, it's not going to be good ... for anyone
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I am merely reacting to your abrasive style of posting, when interacting with me at any rate. This was the post you quoted, it’s clear my point was about the kids, and the number of staff they were having to interact with in a week

If there is no increased risk to interacting with numerous people why are we all limiting our interactions on a daily basis
There was nothing abrasive about my posts, we just don't agree . I dont speak to you any different to anyone else. However you have been really rude and condescending to me on this thread.
There is no difference as the kids still interact with one teacher per day for instance, it doesn't matter if it is the same one or different as they will all present the same risk as each other due to their lives outside school.
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A number of reported cases of coronavirus patients relapsing after overcoming the disease were actually due to testing failures, South Korean scientists say.

Researchers at the South Korean centre for disease control and prevention (CDC) now say it is impossible for the COVID-19 virus to reactivate in human bodies.

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There's been 5 million cases worldwide now so if people were not immune you'd think we'd be hearing a lot more about reinfections
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This is incorrect, there is clear evidence of immunity lasting at least 3 months. Just not in all cases.
I love the way you dismiss anyone else's opinion but your unsubstantiated word is gospel.
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"due to testing failures, South Korean scientists say."

Yes dodgy early tests
something the UK found out, as well.
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There was nothing abrasive about my posts, we just don't agree . I dont speak to you any different to anyone else. However you have been really rude and condescending to me on this thread.
There is no difference as the kids still interact with one teacher per day for instance, it doesn't matter if it is the same one or different as they will all present the same risk as each other due to their lives outside school.




It looks like the scientist don’t agree with you, as when kids go back to school they will they be taught in bubbles with the same teacher and be with the same class mates rather than interchanging
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[BBC Text:
The Financial Times reports the Bank of England is considering
introducing negative interest rates for
the first time in its 324-year history in a bid to
help stimulate an economic recovery
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The paper says doing so would be
a "powerful signal" that companies should spend
rather than face charges to
hold money on deposit in banks.]

We better start digging a big hole in the garden if it applies to us all.
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We better start digging a big hole in the garden if it applies to us all.
Yes Its terrible you put Cash in the bank
to be safe and get a little interest
not taking an amount out of every £100
because the Government has buggered
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