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And actually, if we're doing a like for like, at the start of mid term, Italy had 3 cases and no deaths.
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shush statto .... lilyw doesn't like that kind of logic
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ffs.....he advises "be careful everyone" bit fcukin late now
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Brits in lockdown.
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lily isn't totally wrong. He's right that we don't know. But any sort of major travel from all over one country to visit an event with people from all over another country (and beyond) heightens the risk massively.

Check out the effects of social distancing from the other thread. Goes from 1 person infecting nearly 500 to only infecting 15.
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themaddog wrote:Brits in lockdown.
An absolute omnishambles. Only bettered by the complete plum across the atlantic.
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Rumham wrote:
themaddog wrote:Brits in lockdown.
An absolute omnishambles. Only bettered by the complete plum across the atlantic.
Oh man, America is f**ked.
Cuomo at least seems to be public facing and accountable/being seen to do shit.
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The impact in NI could be interesting ..... the unionists are facing the realisation their government are a bunch of wankers and the RoI government is far more trustworthy

Social distancing could have been introduced a week earlier in NI if the unionists hadn’t been so wedded to the infallibility of HMG
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How many icu beds does NI have?
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rfurlong wrote:The impact in NI could be interesting ..... the unionists are facing the realisation their government are a bunch of wankers and the RoI government is far more trustworthy

Social distancing could have been introduced a week earlier in NI if the unionists hadn’t been so wedded to the infallibility of HMG
The fúckers have been invading Donegal for the last week.
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That lockdown is very good for us. Theyll stop coming over the border.

Watch Arlene demand Leo follows suit
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rfurlong wrote:How many icu beds does NI have?
88 iirc.
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CM11 wrote:
lilyw wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
lilyw wrote:
camroc1 wrote:It's the beginning of the Cheltenham bulge
That's complete b******ks and totally made up to fit your own prejudice. You have absolutely no idea whether any of these cases have any connection with Cheltenham. Your post is just grossly irresponsible and mendacious.

These people could have all been in Tesco on our one day if panic buying 2 weeks ago.
You’re a genuine fvckwit

35% of all cases to date are linked to travel abroad .... it stands to reason that many many punters came back from Cheltenham with the virus
You are obviously extremely unfamiliar with logic. The travel cases are from areas with high infection rates. 2 weeks ago the UK was not in that category, any more than Humphreys in Ranelagh was.
Two weeks ago the UK had 298 cases and 5 deaths. They have done no contact tracing so that's probably a couple of thousand cases.

At the end of mid term, so the first tranche of infected coming back from Northern Italy, Italy had 157 cases and 3 deaths.
And had no problem letting Cheltenham go ahead. Do you remember the lecturing they were giving us ?

Tonight the UK has gone into lockdown.
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Gavin Duffy wrote:
rfurlong wrote:How many icu beds does NI have?
88 iirc.
We'll be sharing our ICU facilities with the north if required. Especially facilities for intubation.
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Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
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iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
Depends on what the figures are like tomorrow or the next day I reckon
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camroc1 wrote:It's the beginning of the Cheltenham bulge, but with 40,000 awaiting tests and assuming a 6% positive rate (what it was on Saturday when I last did the stats), that's 2,400 positive tests cases out there.
Hmmm not sure you can or should assume the same infection rate as testing is currently happening. We're testing around known cases and health care staff(c20% of all cases).
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iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
We should be following suit, especially with this part "gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together prohibited" people are still meeting up.
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iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
I think we in Ireland are trying to figure out how to execute a Lockdown ... like I said before, the problem is of overtime for the Guards, the call-out for whatever the FCA are called now and whether the Army might put in a claim for having to go into action ... ;)

The more totalitarian regimes have precise pre-prepared protocols to execute against in these times ... Chyna, France, Bavaria, England ... but we are not them ! 8)
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Botha Boy wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
I think we in Ireland are trying to figure out how to execute a Lockdown ... like I said before, the problem is of overtime for the Guards, the call-out for whatever the FCA are called now and whether the Army might put in a claim for having to go into action ... ;)

The more totalitarian regimes have precise pre-prepared protocols to execute against in these times ... Chyna, France, Bavaria, England ... but we are not them ! 8)
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Gavin Duffy wrote:
Botha Boy wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
I think we in Ireland are trying to figure out how to execute a Lockdown ... like I said before, the problem is of overtime for the Guards, the call-out for whatever the FCA are called now and whether the Army might put in a claim for having to go into action ... ;)

The more totalitarian regimes have precise pre-prepared protocols to execute against in these times ... Chyna, France, Bavaria, England ... but we are not them ! 8)
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ATM we are in a different place to the UK. This weeks figures will tell a lot, and directly influence whether or not total lockdown is needed.
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camroc1 wrote:But wedo know that you are more likely to catch mingling and socialising in large crowds containing a relatively large number of infected people rater than in the supermarket.
But we also know that the risk is massively reduced out doors and we don't know there wa a relatively large number of infected people.
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Gavin Duffy wrote:
Botha Boy wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
I think we in Ireland are trying to figure out how to execute a Lockdown ... like I said before, the problem is of overtime for the Guards, the call-out for whatever the FCA are called now and whether the Army might put in a claim for having to go into action ... ;)

The more totalitarian regimes have precise pre-prepared protocols to execute against in these times ... Chyna, France, Bavaria, England ... but we are not them ! 8)
Defence Force Reserve.
Of course, bit touchy, that’s what everyone is thinking ...not the Free Clothes Association at all ... the Defence Force Reserve ...

Let’s do this !!!
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Not sure i could handle a 3 week lockdown
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Botha Boy wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:Does that mean were going into lockdown tomorrow?

I expect Arlene Foster to be pushing Leo to copy Boris
I think we in Ireland are trying to figure out how to execute a Lockdown ... like I said before, the problem is of overtime for the Guards, the call-out for whatever the FCA are called now and whether the Army might put in a claim for having to go into action ... ;)

The more totalitarian regimes have precise pre-prepared protocols to execute against in these times ... Chyna, France, Bavaria, England ... but we are not them ! 8)
Plus we don't actually have legislative clout to execute a lock down. Everything to date bar school and park closures etc has effectively been voluntary. Why take out the checque book when you can save it for the economic recovery.
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iarmhiman wrote:Not sure i could handle a 3 week lockdown
Toughen up princess
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iarmhiman wrote:Not sure i could handle a 3 week lockdown
If I finish two weeks isolation only to be put into a three week lockdown I will be miserable as fudge
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Did I hear correctly, the government has ordered us all to a three week lock in?
Jaysus, my liver.
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Flametop wrote:Did I hear correctly, the government has ordered us all to a three week lock in?
Jaysus, my liver.
Get your ears and eyes checked.
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Flametop wrote:Did I hear correctly, the government has ordered us all to a three week lock in?
Jaysus, my liver.
Not yet. The UK government has to its people
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paddyor wrote:
camroc1 wrote:It's the beginning of the Cheltenham bulge, but with 40,000 awaiting tests and assuming a 6% positive rate (what it was on Saturday when I last did the stats), that's 2,400 positive tests cases out there.
Hmmm not sure you can or should assume the same infection rate as testing is currently happening. We're testing around known cases and health care staff(c20% of all cases).
Agreed, and probably means 6% is conservative.

I'll rerun the figures when a full set of stats is next published.
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iarmhiman wrote:
Flametop wrote:Did I hear correctly, the government has ordered us all to a three week lock in?
Jaysus, my liver.
Not yet. The UK government has to its people
They were partying like it was 1999 across the water. Something had to give. Sure backrow was casually talking about his drinking session the other day like it was no big deal.
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The thing is that these lockdowns would be completely unnecessary if people followed the guidelines regarding congregating, being sensible and applying social distancing.
Sam McConkey was on the news earlier this evening stating this.
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They were advised not to go, they went. There was nothing the govt could really have done bar shutting the border with the North.
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camroc1 wrote:
paddyor wrote:
camroc1 wrote:It's the beginning of the Cheltenham bulge, but with 40,000 awaiting tests and assuming a 6% positive rate (what it was on Saturday when I last did the stats), that's 2,400 positive tests cases out there.
Hmmm not sure you can or should assume the same infection rate as testing is currently happening. We're testing around known cases and health care staff(c20% of all cases).
Agreed, and probably means 6% is conservative.

I'll rerun the figures when a full set of stats is next published.
You mean prudent or too little? I think it will be less. Like directly maybe 500 with the same again thru local transmission.
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paddyor wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
paddyor wrote:
camroc1 wrote:It's the beginning of the Cheltenham bulge, but with 40,000 awaiting tests and assuming a 6% positive rate (what it was on Saturday when I last did the stats), that's 2,400 positive tests cases out there.
Hmmm not sure you can or should assume the same infection rate as testing is currently happening. We're testing around known cases and health care staff(c20% of all cases).
Agreed, and probably means 6% is conservative.

I'll rerun the figures when a full set of stats is next published.
You mean prudent or too little? I think it will be less. Like directly maybe 500 with the same again thru local transmission.
I mean that as general testing becomes the norm I am overstating at 6%.
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I'm sure the c*nt can plumb even lower depths over the coming weeks. Absolute scum.
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