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« Reply #4920 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 17:03:34 »

Just suspected. But numbers are definitely increasing. Doesn’t look good.

United Kingdom coronavirus (COVID-19) infections this week compared to last week, broken down by day.

Last week 8,442 infections were reported - this week we've seen a decrease of 19.2% to 6,820.

Data as supplied by @DHSCgovuk datasets.
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« Reply #4921 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 18:51:01 »

I suggested to him at Crawley last season that he needed to be Red Leicester...for about the 10th time.  He's not buying it.  It's a forum tragedy.

It makes sense on many levels, but I AM DONKEY!  ;-)
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« Reply #4922 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 19:17:14 »

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It makes sense on many levels, but I AM DONKEY!  ;-)

of course you are, Red
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« Reply #4923 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 19:17:45 »

It makes sense on many levels, but I AM DONKEY!  ;-)

I considered going by where i was living and the colour of my team once, but that would have made me Khmer Rouge.
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« Reply #4924 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 21:01:23 »

I live next door to a pub. I'll be heading to my folks on Saturday eve. Not that the pub has properly closed during lockdown anyway   Angry
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« Reply #4925 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 21:31:19 »

of course you are, Red

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« Reply #4926 on: Sunday, June 28, 2020, 22:18:59 »

I suggested to him at Crawley last season that he needed to be Red Leicester...for about the 10th time.  He's not buying it.  It's a forum tragedy.

Since when has anyone on this forum had a say over their own username?
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« Reply #4927 on: Monday, June 29, 2020, 21:47:53 »

Leicester locked down again. Going to be the first of many places I feel.
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« Reply #4928 on: Monday, June 29, 2020, 22:00:11 »

Leicester locked down again. Going to be the first of many places I feel.

Going by the data in Leicester. The case este you mentioned the other day would suggest Swindon will be next.


In other news, I see Williamson has started threatening parents who don't send their kids back in September... It's fairly conflicting action from the Education Secretary when a lot of Heads of schools are saying, parents, teachers, students et al need reassurance that it is safe to do so before any schools reopen.  The call I've heard and read is that many Heads only want to reopen fully if they can follow a structured plan. They currently have still not received guidance on this.

Cue, parents getting fined yet schools still not being fully opened.
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« Reply #4929 on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 00:20:37 »

 Sad

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« Reply #4930 on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 00:44:28 »


Which also links in someway to it being imperative that our government does not allow it's food standards to be relaxed...Oh. Wait.
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« Reply #4931 on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 07:44:46 »

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wonder how many of these we previously didn't hear about.

could be none, but I suspect not
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« Reply #4932 on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 08:40:07 »


wonder how many of these we previously didn't hear about.

could be none, but I suspect not
There are loads being discovered all the time. It's why a pandemic has been listed in the top 3 threats to national security for the past 20 years. And why we had developed a plan to deal with one, but sadly failed to act on it when it mattered. But, you know, hindsight.
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« Reply #4933 on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 09:31:44 »

Going by the data in Leicester. The case este you mentioned the other day would suggest Swindon will be next. 

Hancock suggested Leicester at 135 cases per 100,000 3x higher than other places. But its being suggested elsewhere that much as it was up here earlier in the outbreak this is because Leicester hospitals are doing much more testing than elsewhere.

As its stands;

~Barnsley
~Bradford
~Rochdale
(over 45 cases/100K/day)

~Rotherham
~Kirklees
~Oldham
~Tameside
~Blackburn
~Bedford
(30-45 cases/100K/day)

I see he rolled out the bullshit again about Weston being locked down when actually all that happened is they closed the hospital due to lots of staff cases, we have no chance whilst they continue to lie continuously!

In other news, I see Williamson has started threatening parents who don't send their kids back in September... It's fairly conflicting action from the Education Secretary when a lot of Heads of schools are saying, parents, teachers, students et al need reassurance that it is safe to do so before any schools reopen.  The call I've heard and read is that many Heads only want to reopen fully if they can follow a structured plan. They currently have still not received guidance on this.

Cue, parents getting fined yet schools still not being fully opened.

I see Hancock kind of admitted that kids do transmit the disease this morning, which rather holes the safety of opening schools ship below the waterline.

https://twitter.com/Jame5Martin/status/1277884485326057472?s=20
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« Reply #4934 on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 09:48:07 »

In other news, I see Williamson has started threatening parents who don't send their kids back in September... It's fairly conflicting action from the Education Secretary when a lot of Heads of schools are saying, parents, teachers, students et al need reassurance that it is safe to do so before any schools reopen.  The call I've heard and read is that many Heads only want to reopen fully if they can follow a structured plan. They currently have still not received guidance on this.

Cue, parents getting fined yet schools still not being fully opened.
TBF as I understand it, the process of parents being fined essentially starts with the school reporting an unauthorised absence so I suspect the scenario is unlikely to occur. It would take a particularly twisted school to report parents for not sending their kids to a school that isn't open! I know we've got a few teachers on here so please correct me if I've got this wrong
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