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camroc1 wrote:Now is the time to strangle the thing to death rather than ease the pressure.

Think "What would Jason Bourne do ?".

That should explain matters adequately.
Run across the rooftops of Dublin shooting random strangers?

We already have Christy Kinahan doing that.
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Nolanator wrote:
CM11 wrote:14 infected in a nursing home. Brought in by a healthcare worker.

The mental toll this is going to take on those who know they've passed it on to vulnerable people is going to be horrific.

:((
Where?
Amygdala?
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Keep us updated on symptoms alliswell.

Are you drowsy or have tightened chest along with the cough?
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So overall stats as of yesterday :
Total tests to date : 13,000

Number waiting to be tested : 40,000

New cases : 102

Overall cases : 785

Hospitalised cases : 177

ICU cases : 19


Number of ICU cases changed to 19 as per below.
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Has this been discussed? Peter Bellew in easyjet completely ripped off Leo's St Patrick's day speech for one where he was making pay cuts :lol: :lol: :lol:

https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 ... o-varadkar
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I see EasyJet are looking for the UK government to bail them out, while simultaneously writing dividend cheques to Stelios for £60m 😂

Boris will probably facilitate them too .....

In other news I see the shinners are agitating big style online .... they know they’re going to be left out in the cold (with the rest of the dregs on the hard left) and are now actively criticizing the governments corona virus actions

Half the pricks supporting them are proven anti-vaxxers .... you couldn’t make it up
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camroc1 wrote:So overall stats as of yesterday :
Total tests to date : 13,000

Number waiting to be tested : 40,000

New cases : 102

Overall cases : 785

Hospitalised cases : 177

ICU cases : 19

That's ICU cases more than doubled over two days ?

So to date :

6% of those tested have been positive for covid-19

26% of those who tested positive have been hospitalised (this is skewed as to begin with all positive tests were hospitalised).

14% of those hospitalised are in ICU beds, that is

2.4% of those infected are in ICU beds.

EDIT Number of ICU cases changed
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iarmhiman wrote:Keep us updated on symptoms alliswell.

Are you drowsy or have tightened chest along with the cough?
No, all good. Just the cough now. Feel pretty much recovered otherwise as it's over a week since it came on me. I reckon it's nothing but that's not my call to make, of course.
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camroc1 wrote:
camroc1 wrote:So overall stats as of yesterday :
Total tests to date : 13,000

Number waiting to be tested : 40,000

New cases : 102

Overall cases : 785

Hospitalised cases : 177

ICU cases : 29

That's ICU cases more than doubled over two days ?

So to date :

6% of those tested have been positive for covid-19

26% of those who tested positive have been hospitalised (this is skewed as to begin with all positive tests were hospitalised).

14% of those hospitalised are in ICU beds, that is

3.7% of those infected are in ICU beds.

19 ICU cases, not 29.
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Medtronic are hiring 300 extra general staff on 12 month contracts with immediate effect.
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Hellraiser wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
camroc1 wrote:So overall stats as of yesterday :
Total tests to date : 13,000

Number waiting to be tested : 40,000

New cases : 102

Overall cases : 785

Hospitalised cases : 177

ICU cases : 29

That's ICU cases more than doubled over two days ?
Spoiler: show
So to date :

6% of those tested have been positive for covid-19

26% of those who tested positive have been hospitalised (this is skewed as to begin with all positive tests were hospitalised).

14% of those hospitalised are in ICU beds, that is

3.7% of those infected are in ICU beds.

19 ICU cases, not 29.
IT reporting 29.
There are 785 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Republic and the virus has claimed three lives here.
177 of these people are in hospital, 29 of these in ICU.
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland ... -1.4209130

If the '19' figure is correct that means 2.4% of all cases require ICU beds at the moment.
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camroc1 wrote:
Hellraiser wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
camroc1 wrote:So overall stats as of yesterday :
Total tests to date : 13,000

Number waiting to be tested : 40,000

New cases : 102

Overall cases : 785

Hospitalised cases : 177

ICU cases : 29

That's ICU cases more than doubled over two days ?
Spoiler: show
So to date :

6% of those tested have been positive for covid-19

26% of those who tested positive have been hospitalised (this is skewed as to begin with all positive tests were hospitalised).

14% of those hospitalised are in ICU beds, that is

3.7% of those infected are in ICU beds.

19 ICU cases, not 29.
IT reporting 29.
There are 785 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Republic and the virus has claimed three lives here.
177 of these people are in hospital, 29 of these in ICU.
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland ... -1.4209130

If the '19' figure is correct that means 2.4% of all cases require ICU beds at the moment.

The IT is wrong, the 19 figure is directly from the HPSC website.

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13 on the HSE site
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FFS. The Mrs has clearly been online again.

Bleedin' Russians. They just can't help themselves.
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18 confirmed cases in Westmeath. For a small population thats pretty significant

Edit that is rate so 18%

Still worrying
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I'm waiting on the numbers out of Rathkeale, although seasonality will skew things.
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Reading Ciara's Covid diary and tbh it sounds like straight up bad flu with regard to intensity for her daughter. For her it's not on that level at all. She is clearly very worried and anxious though. Wouldn't we all be.
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EverReady wrote:Reading Ciara's Covid diary and tbh it sounds like straight up bad flu with regard to intensity for her daughter. For her it's not on that level at all. She is clearly very worried and anxious though. Wouldn't we all be.
That burning sensation from throat to lungs seems to be the big early symptom. Mind you Dr Ciara is an asthmatic so her symptoms may have been the moderate to severe end of the scale
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Apparently test results are 5 days behind, so we probably won’t see the true impact of the increases testing for a couple of days, according to a medic friend. A bit early to be putting the shotgun away.
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iarmhiman wrote:
EverReady wrote:Reading Ciara's Covid diary and tbh it sounds like straight up bad flu with regard to intensity for her daughter. For her it's not on that level at all. She is clearly very worried and anxious though. Wouldn't we all be.
That burning sensation from throat to lungs seems to be the big early symptom. Mind you Dr Ciara is an asthmatic so her symptoms may have been the moderate to severe end of the scale
I read yesterday others describe it as like indigestion. I had that feeling along with my cough two weeks ago. I am very suspicious.
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Lenny wrote:Apparently test results are 5 days behind, so we probably won’t see the true impact of the increases testing for a couple of days, according to a medic friend. A bit early to be putting the shotgun away.
Will we be below 15000 end of this month?
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EverReady wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
EverReady wrote:Reading Ciara's Covid diary and tbh it sounds like straight up bad flu with regard to intensity for her daughter. For her it's not on that level at all. She is clearly very worried and anxious though. Wouldn't we all be.
That burning sensation from throat to lungs seems to be the big early symptom. Mind you Dr Ciara is an asthmatic so her symptoms may have been the moderate to severe end of the scale
I read yesterday others describe it as like indigestion. I had that feeling along with my cough two weeks ago. I am very suspicious.
Ive had a bad cough for a month now, had bad indigestion on Thursday with a headache but no fever or sweats. Could that be very mild symptoms.

Or was the indigestion from Coco pops at 22:00 in the evening ?:lol:
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Shinnerbots are back online today spamming the shit out of Harris and Varadkar. HQ obviously decided that the lads were getting too much of a positive reaction and it was time to act.
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State of this bored. I need a break from it
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So there's a plane going out to Lima to bring back the mostly backpackers stranded out there at a cost of €300,000. That annoys me more than it probably should but it's not as if it's an unforseen event stranded them out there.
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EverReady wrote:State of this bored. I need a break from it
Troll central right now.

Love seeing Yeeb trying to get all moral when you see some of the stuff he's posted down the years
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ID2 wrote:So there's a plane going out to Lima to bring back the mostly backpackers stranded out there at a cost of €300,000. That annoys me more than it probably should but it's not as if it's an unforseen event stranded them out there.
Could have bought a gaff for dem homelesses, joe.
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iarmhiman wrote:
EverReady wrote:State of this bored. I need a break from it
Troll central right now.

Love seeing Yeeb trying to get all moral when you see some of the stuff he's posted down the years
Why do you read or pay the slightest bit of attention to it? I wouldn't read those threads if you paid me.
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danthefan wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
EverReady wrote:State of this bored. I need a break from it
Troll central right now.

Love seeing Yeeb trying to get all moral when you see some of the stuff he's posted down the years
Why do you read or pay the slightest bit of attention to it? I wouldn't read those threads if you paid me.
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iarmhiman wrote:
Lenny wrote:Apparently test results are 5 days behind, so we probably won’t see the true impact of the increases testing for a couple of days, according to a medic friend. A bit early to be putting the shotgun away.
Will we be below 15000 end of this month?
Ireland could well get on top of it. The rest of Europe, the US and UK have made a hames of it and could sink us all.

Asians are right to be ignoring whities now. Sanctimonious, ignorant pricks... it'll never happen to us bridge.
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Rumham wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Lenny wrote:Apparently test results are 5 days behind, so we probably won’t see the true impact of the increases testing for a couple of days, according to a medic friend. A bit early to be putting the shotgun away.
Will we be below 15000 end of this month?
Ireland could well get on top of it. The rest of Europe, the US and UK have made a hames of it and could sink us all.

Asians are right to be ignoring whities now. Sanctimonious, ignorant pricks... it'll never happen to us bridge.
That’s looking like very wishful thinking right now. People are reading too much into the good numbers over the past 2 days - it’s too early to call a trend. The good weather might be a blessing or a curse. The parks were packed again today and some people just seem unable to understand how to keep 2m distance and not to touch anything.
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Went to the Curragh today. Perfect spot. Loads of space to distance and no need to even park next to anyone.
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Cheltenham, and keeping the north open will bite us in the arse.
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CM11 wrote:Went to the Curragh today. Perfect spot. Loads of space to distance and no need to even park next to anyone.
Went for a walk on DL pier, and whilst it was busy, there was plenty of room for social distancing which people were doing.
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Saw the Glendalough pics. Need to stop serving food and coffee. People are congregating around those stalls
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iarmhiman wrote:Saw the Glendalough pics. Need to stop serving food and coffee. People are congregating around those stalls
Think they have today?

https://www.thejournal.ie/glendalough-c ... 2-Mar2020/
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At least one more death, 57 year old asthmatic.
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Is it a five day back log for results or getting the tests done? One is not like the other.
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Just put Derwyn on ignore, lads.
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Fergal bowers
Dr Holohan said that most or all of the cases diagnosed today will have been exposed to the virus before the measures were brought in a little over 7 days ago.
I’m guessing the 191 spike was mostly health workers.
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