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Botha Boy wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 12:49 am
camroc1 wrote: Tue Oct 06, 2020 11:14 pm 142 hospitalised; 24 in ICU.

https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/ne ... r-2020.pdf

Whatever else is happening, hospitalisations are on a completely different trajectory to 6 months ago.
You need to know if they are hospitalised with serious respiratory illness or tested positive in the hospital. Even then, there is huge overlap as every respiratory case is likely to get PCR tested with its known deficiencies. Remember 97% of the symptomatic respiratory illnesses observed are coming back as being non-COVID ... the true level of false negatives being excused.

If you broke your leg but had a positive Covid test in hospital, you are less likely to be a real use case. But you will be a hospitalised COVID statistic.

We need the detail.
Realise that - it's the reason there are always so many "suspected" cases in the stats. Everyone admitted, for whatever, is a "suspected case.
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The known deficiencies of practically no false positives in an asymptomatic sample set?

Just stop.
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Gardai check points on all the motorways out of Dublin this morning.
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If I'm reading it right, Harris (Drew) is saying the Gardai are going to camp outside homes having house parties to dampen the mood because they have a constitutional right to protect a home but they can't actually go in to break it up? Noise complaint not enough? Or is that simply a warning anyway?

Need to get some legislation in place to give them more power to fine people.
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CM11 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:00 am If I'm reading it right, Harris (Drew) is saying the Gardai are going to camp outside homes having house parties to dampen the mood because they have a constitutional right to protect a home but they can't actually go in to break it up? Noise complaint not enough? Or is that simply a warning anyway?

Need to get some legislation in place to give them more power to fine people.
It'll certainly ensure less drugs use.
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We need to talk about something else. Watched David Attenborough's yoke. Thought it would be a bit more of an autobiography but it's mainly him moaning about tuna and mayo sandwiches and saying people need to start going for a bite to eat in Cornucopia. He mainly blamed Cammy for the state of the world
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https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/cor ... ebsite.pdf

Looking at the map, there's a big section in the south east plus Tipp that must be bulling right now having to go to level 3.

Dublin continuing to drop. But yeah, level 5.
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Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
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camroc1 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:06 am
CM11 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:00 am If I'm reading it right, Harris (Drew) is saying the Gardai are going to camp outside homes having house parties to dampen the mood because they have a constitutional right to protect a home but they can't actually go in to break it up? Noise complaint not enough? Or is that simply a warning anyway?

Need to get some legislation in place to give them more power to fine people.
It'll certainly ensure less drugs use.
That’s a good point but what about the people in the house?
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CM11 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:00 am If I'm reading it right, Harris (Drew) is saying the Gardai are going to camp outside homes having house parties to dampen the mood because they have a constitutional right to protect a home but they can't actually go in to break it up? Noise complaint not enough? Or is that simply a warning anyway?

Need to get some legislation in place to give them more power to fine people.
Yep that’s what they do in Spain. At a house party during restrictions? Cops show up and everyone in the house gets an €800 fine. AJ will probably say it’s unconstitutional or something
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
They have all died of this extremely dangerous disease that kills a few people every week
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
Come at me bro.
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Jim Lahey wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:30 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
Come at me bro.
Excuse me I will keep a safe distance thank you very much
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Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
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iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
They should just have them on the m50 on ramps and overpass from every exit north of Firhouse. That way you'll keep all the filthy scrotes bottled up in west dublin. Do the same on bridges coming south across the Liffey and we're good
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
Nordie bogballers. Have to laugh at the GAA asking for the data a few weeks ago and then this week deciding to cancel all non-elite games.
There's your data, guys :lol:
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iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
Are they all on the roads out of Dublin? :lol:
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My mate was in the vicinity of the Meath champions celebrations. Was mayhem from young and old by all accounts and the recriminations are still going on. The village had something like 22 cases the week before so I think we can all agree the curtain twitchers will have a field day by next week. Nobody will die of course but people will shite on like it is Nagasaki
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iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
Yeah, looking at Google Maps there, they have the checkpoint just before the exit for Castletown House/Leixlip West.
Quite a backlog now.
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:31 am
Jim Lahey wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:30 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
Come at me bro.
Excuse me I will keep a safe distance thank you very much
Its OK, I’m not from Derry, Strabane or Crossmaglen.
Thank f**k.
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Are the Prods trying to balance the Shinners :lol:

Edit: blame. Balance isn't something I associate with the north
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iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
ahh bollix ; I've to go down to Kilkenny tomorrow ; add an extra 20 minutes to the trip. Anyone know what the rules are for people landing at Dublin airport these days in terms of isolating ? used to be that you had to give the address where you'd be for 14 days and if the guards visit that address and you're not there you could get a €2,500 fine or 6 months in jail ; seems to have watered it down a bit, restricted movement etc ; also my understanding is anyone visiting from mainland UK is subject to same restrictions ; I've a work colleague potentially planning to visit from UK and is under the impression they're not subject to same rules (he's German so its not an empire thing)
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ticketlessinseattle wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:46 am
iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
ahh bollix ; I've to go down to Kilkenny tomorrow ; add an extra 20 minutes to the trip. Anyone know what the rules are for people landing at Dublin airport these days in terms of isolating ? used to be that you had to give the address where you'd be for 14 days and if the guards visit that address and you're not there you could get a €2,500 fine or 6 months in jail ; seems to have watered it down a bit, restricted movement etc ; also my understanding is anyone visiting from mainland UK is subject to same restrictions ; I've a work colleague potentially planning to visit from UK and is under the impression they're not subject to same rules (he's German so its not an empire thing)
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ticketlessinseattle wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:46 am
iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
ahh bollix ; I've to go down to Kilkenny tomorrow ; add an extra 20 minutes to the trip. Anyone know what the rules are for people landing at Dublin airport these days in terms of isolating ? used to be that you had to give the address where you'd be for 14 days and if the guards visit that address and you're not there you could get a €2,500 fine or 6 months in jail ; seems to have watered it down a bit, restricted movement etc ; also my understanding is anyone visiting from mainland UK is subject to same restrictions ; I've a work colleague potentially planning to visit from UK and is under the impression they're not subject to same rules (he's German so its not an empire thing)
It's 14 days except from the green list countries. Make sure you fill out the passenger online form before you board your flight. Immigration are checking for that
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CM11 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:08 am https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/cor ... ebsite.pdf

Looking at the map, there's a big section in the south east plus Tipp that must be bulling right now having to go to level 3.

Dublin continuing to drop. But yeah, level 5.
Look at leitrim, lowest incidence rate, small population and all around it are going to shit
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Just looked at the green list :lol:
Cyprus
Finland
Liechtenstein
Latvia

Would you just fück off p :lol:
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iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:52 am
ticketlessinseattle wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:46 am
iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
ahh bollix ; I've to go down to Kilkenny tomorrow ; add an extra 20 minutes to the trip. Anyone know what the rules are for people landing at Dublin airport these days in terms of isolating ? used to be that you had to give the address where you'd be for 14 days and if the guards visit that address and you're not there you could get a €2,500 fine or 6 months in jail ; seems to have watered it down a bit, restricted movement etc ; also my understanding is anyone visiting from mainland UK is subject to same restrictions ; I've a work colleague potentially planning to visit from UK and is under the impression they're not subject to same rules (he's German so its not an empire thing)
It's 14 days except from the green list countries. Make sure you fill out the passenger online form before you board your flight. Immigration are checking for that
yup, the part that seems to have changed is what you need to do for the 14 days - before I think you had to lock yourself indoors, end of....now its a bit more vague....

from web-site...

The Irish Authorities advise anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland and individuals arriving in Ireland from locations with a security rating of ‘normal precautions’ (“green”), to restrict their movements for 14 days, and this includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland.

"Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible."

ps I think I'll go with the ER approach :thumbup:
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:45 am Are the Prods trying to balance the Shinners :lol:

Edit: blame. Balance isn't something I associate with the north
I blame culchies:
-state of Derry/Strabane/Newry
-GAA
-The Holylands debacle
-The outbreak at Queens
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:56 am Just looked at the green list :lol:
Cyprus
Finland
Liechtenstein
Latvia

Would you just fück off p :lol:
yeah, the only one that was any good to us was Italy and Germany ; even Germany is gone ffs ; I've to go there next month most likely which is a complete pain in the hole if we dont get this EU traffic light system going
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Jim Lahey wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 10:01 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:45 am Are the Prods trying to balance the Shinners :lol:

Edit: blame. Balance isn't something I associate with the north
I blame culchies:
-state of Derry/Strabane/Newry
-GAA
-The Holylands debacle
-The outbreak at Queens
It is a terrible pity Leo can't point to the north and say to the Shinners you are dirty bastards
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 10:04 am
Jim Lahey wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 10:01 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:45 am Are the Prods trying to balance the Shinners :lol:

Edit: blame. Balance isn't something I associate with the north
I blame culchies:
-state of Derry/Strabane/Newry
-GAA
-The Holylands debacle
-The outbreak at Queens
It is a terrible pity Leo can't point to the north and say to the Shinners you are dirty bastards
They'd just blame the brits or the DUP
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Duff Paddy wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 8:31 am Gardai check points on all the motorways out of Dublin this morning.
Huuuge tailback on the M50 where it joins the N11.
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Leinsterman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:40 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
Nordie bogballers. Have to laugh at the GAA asking for the data a few weeks ago and then this week deciding to cancel all non-elite games.
There's your data, guys :lol:
That doesn't fit with the prevailing narrative on here LM

We now only believe something is going to happen, after it has happened .... cos the experts know fvck all dontchaknow, while the lads in hospital with covid are only really there due to a broken leg, which just happened to coincide with them also having a runny nose.

I notice all the lads who have been calling for an easing of restrictions are now celebrating the fact that the whole country has instead 'only' gone to level 3 ..... because this somehow vindicates their stance that the experts had it wrong all along.

Or maybe they've changed their minds and now admit the move to level 3 is justified by the data?

You couldn't make it up.
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EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:49 am
ticketlessinseattle wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:46 am
iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
ahh bollix ; I've to go down to Kilkenny tomorrow ; add an extra 20 minutes to the trip. Anyone know what the rules are for people landing at Dublin airport these days in terms of isolating ? used to be that you had to give the address where you'd be for 14 days and if the guards visit that address and you're not there you could get a €2,500 fine or 6 months in jail ; seems to have watered it down a bit, restricted movement etc ; also my understanding is anyone visiting from mainland UK is subject to same restrictions ; I've a work colleague potentially planning to visit from UK and is under the impression they're not subject to same rules (he's German so its not an empire thing)
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Such a knickers
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rfurlong wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 10:15 am
Leinsterman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:40 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:14 am Where are the nordies so we can take the piss out of them the dirty bastards
Nordie bogballers. Have to laugh at the GAA asking for the data a few weeks ago and then this week deciding to cancel all non-elite games.
There's your data, guys :lol:
That doesn't fit with the prevailing narrative on here LM

We now only believe something is going to happen, after it has happened .... cos the experts know fvck all dontchaknow, while the lads in hospital with covid are only really there due to a broken leg, which just happened to coincide with them also having a runny nose.

I notice all the lads who have been calling for an easing of restrictions are now celebrating the fact that the whole country has instead 'only' gone to level 3 ..... because this somehow vindicates their stance that the experts had it wrong all along.

Or maybe they've changed their minds and now admit the move to level 3 is justified by the data?

You couldn't make it up.
You've gone insane.
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lorcanoworms wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 10:16 am
EverReady wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:49 am
ticketlessinseattle wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:46 am
iarmhiman wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:35 am Going by google maps, the Gardai have checkpoints on M4 between Lucan and Celbridge, on M7 between Rathcoole and Kilteel turnoffs and on M11 Between Bray and Carrickmines.
ahh bollix ; I've to go down to Kilkenny tomorrow ; add an extra 20 minutes to the trip. Anyone know what the rules are for people landing at Dublin airport these days in terms of isolating ? used to be that you had to give the address where you'd be for 14 days and if the guards visit that address and you're not there you could get a €2,500 fine or 6 months in jail ; seems to have watered it down a bit, restricted movement etc ; also my understanding is anyone visiting from mainland UK is subject to same restrictions ; I've a work colleague potentially planning to visit from UK and is under the impression they're not subject to same rules (he's German so its not an empire thing)
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MunsterMan!!!!! wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:55 am
CM11 wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:08 am https://www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/cor ... ebsite.pdf

Looking at the map, there's a big section in the south east plus Tipp that must be bulling right now having to go to level 3.

Dublin continuing to drop. But yeah, level 5.
Look at leitrim, lowest incidence rate, small population and all around it are going to shit
Leitrim is probably benefitting from being, eh, Leitrim. Billy no mates.
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rfurlong

People are breathing a sigh of relief that we're not going to level 5. That doesn't equal agreeing the whole country should be at level 3. Especially as, along with the levels, they talked about localised approaches and I count 8 counties who currently don't deserve to be in level 3.
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Thankfully most normal.people are now just getting on with it. We will never get some people back to work but Stats, Furlong and Mullet can own that
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