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horsforthmariner
September 26, 2020, 11:02am
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I have given up watching the news as it’s so depressing but I did catch that numbers entering Hospital with Covid is a relatively small percentage of the people testing positive which supports the belief that the strain is now much weaker and thus much less dangerous.

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Sadly, it's not because the disease is mutating to a less potent form. From what in understand the hospitilization and death rates are down for the following reasons:

1. The age profiles of the people getting the disease. In March the average age was 57 now it's 37.
2. The prevalence (at the moment) is much lower than it was in March. At the peak it was estimated to be 100,000 new infections a day. They think we are about a 7th of that at the moment.
3. We now two effective drugs against the disease Remdesvir and Dexemethazone, doctors also know what works and which patients need more attention, earlier.
4. The increase in percentage of people being tested means that those with a positive test are more likely to seek medical attention earlier and therefore will receive better outcomes.
5. There is a theory that viral load may be important. The use of masks/social distancing may mean that patients receive a smaller amount of virus when they catch the disease on average now than we did in March
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The Season should postponed until we have vaccine
EFL Clubs simply cannot afford to fund this situation

We’ve been waiting for a vaccine for hepatitis C for ten years.
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Covid patients are also being deferred being putting onto mechanical ventilators, or not placed them at all.   This change helps most patients clinically compared to Covid 1 outbreak and treatments.
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Sadly, it's not because the disease is mutating to a less potent form. From what in understand the hospitilization and death rates are down for the following reasons:

1. The age profiles of the people getting the disease. In March the average age was 57 now it's 37.
2. The prevalence (at the moment) is much lower than it was in March. At the peak it was estimated to be 100,000 new infections a day. They think we are about a 7th of that at the moment.
3. We now two effective drugs against the disease Remdesvir and Dexemethazone, doctors also know what works and which patients need more attention, earlier.
4. The increase in percentage of people being tested means that those with a positive test are more likely to seek medical attention earlier and therefore will receive better outcomes.
5. There is a theory that viral load may be important. The use of masks/social distancing may mean that patients receive a smaller amount of virus when they catch the disease on average now than we did in March


I'm not sure we have any time for balanced and considered posts based in fact.
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2 more weeks for senior players to recover from injuries.

Silver linings and all that.

UTMM



We got most of our injuries before we even started playing
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We got most of our injuries before we even started playing


Probably because we started back too late , and had to push harder to catch up
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Who's fault was it that we started back too late. Who should take the blame for the shite that has been served up so far .It's ok making excuses but to be honest the displays we have seen are some of the worst ever from a Town team.
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I think internally, looking purely at GTFC we only have ourselves to blame for being way off the pace...starting back late, cap in hand, waiting for a bailout, pleading poverty, Covid contracts and all that jazz...

Externally the EFL are proving once again they couldn’t organise intercourse all. People moan about the Premier League cutting them adrift and not wanting to work together but you can see why. Regardless of cash, the premier league worked tirelessly to put things in place and so forth...thenEFL spent longer debating a flipping wage cap than worrying how the season would pan out and putting in support packages and varying different procedures for the likely interference...


'the poor and the needy are selfish and greedy'...well done Mozza
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Who's fault was it that we started back too late. Who should take the blame for the shite that has been served up so far .It's ok making excuses but to be honest the displays we have seen are some of the worst ever from a Town team.


You must have a short memory. I've seen far, far worse performances
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I think internally, looking purely at GTFC we only have ourselves to blame for being way off the pace...starting back late, cap in hand, waiting for a bailout, pleading poverty, Covid contracts and all that jazz...

Externally the EFL are proving once again they couldn’t organise intercourse all. People moan about the Premier League cutting them adrift and not wanting to work together but you can see why. Regardless of cash, the premier league worked tirelessly to put things in place and so forth...thenEFL spent longer debating a flipping wage cap than worrying how the season would pan out and putting in support packages and varying different procedures for the likely interference...


This has got the dead hand of Fenty all over it hasn't it?

First to cut costs, last to get ready for the new season.

Bigger worry for me is how Holloway fell for it over a fish and chip lunch. There never was going to be a new stadium, there never was going to be new investment and there never was a cat in hell's chances of @squeaky changing his ways.

I assumed at the time Ollie would have backers ready to come in and turn the club around but rather like a lot of my predictions it seems wide of the mark.
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