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Lincoln Mariner 56
September 22, 2020, 8:26pm
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intercourse football, it's just not that important, Get drunk at home and shout at some fornicator over the garden fence on a Saturday afternoon

Idiot!


In 2017-18 there were 50,000 extra deaths over winter compared to the rest of the year, mainly because of the cold weather, a virulent strain of flu and an ineffective vaccine. During this time we all continued to live our lives as normal with the unfortunate vulnerable ones amongst us paying the ultimate cost.

Can society cope with yet more lockdowns? The economic effects alone are catastrophic without others such as mental well-being and whilst the numbers testing positive is increasing admissions to hospitals for people with Covid is marginal and there appears evidence that many of the much improved tests are showing people who had the virus without knowing some time ago, as positive from dead cells that remain In their system.

The way forward is clearly uncertain but We a country should now be in a position to protect the vulnerable whilst the remainder can, with some increased levels of common sense, try to get on with life and some kind of normality and not fear.
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You said a pre match pint or fish and chips.

That's is completely legal (in groups of up to 6) so whether it's done on the way to football should not be an issue.


Yes and regulations around those activities control social interaction.
Such as social distancing in a takeaway or table service in a bar/pub.
You missed out accessing and exiting the stadium and movements within.













“It’s really difficult isn’t it when the Prime Minister says ‘I might not do that’, and he’s got a Grimsby hat on. Sort your life out Boris!

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Yes and regulations around those activities control social interaction.
Such as social distancing in a takeaway or table service in a bar/pub.
You missed out accessing and exiting the stadium and movements within.


Yes and those regulations apply whether you are going to a football match after the chip shop / pub or ifyouvare visiting a friend's house to watch footy on tv. But if you are outside at a stadium you are demonstrably safer than at the friends house.

The leaving part is fair enough but not insurmountable to have one row leave then another etc. Again if all wearing face masks it is safer than the situation inside such as a shop.

It's not going to happen though obviously after what they have just announced. Just makes little sense to me when other counties can do it and outside is proven safer than inside.
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intercourse football, it's just not that important, Get drunk at home and shout at some fornicator over the garden fence on a Saturday afternoon

Idiot!


In 2017-18 there were 50,000 extra deaths over winter compared to the rest of the year, mainly because of the cold weather, a virulent strain of flu and an ineffective vaccine. During this time we all continued to live our lives as normal with the unfortunate vulnerable ones amongst us paying the ultimate cost.

Can society cope with yet more lockdowns? The economic effects alone are catastrophic without others such as mental well-being and whilst the numbers testing positive is increasing admissions to hospitals for people with Covid is marginal and there appears evidence that many of the much improved tests are showing people who had the virus without knowing some time ago, as positive from dead cells that remain In their system.

The way forward is clearly uncertain but We a country should now be in a position to protect the vulnerable whilst the remainder can, with some increased levels of common sense, try to get on with life and some kind of normality and not fear.


Well said
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