Huh?rfurlong wrote: ↑Thu Oct 01, 2020 3:13 pmBlackrock Bullet wrote: ↑Thu Oct 01, 2020 2:31 pmIf Covid motivates young obese people to get healthy as their mates are all off living life, that might not be the worst thing.Mullet 2 wrote: ↑Thu Oct 01, 2020 2:22 pmAnd 1000s of young people with underlying conditions.rfurlong wrote: ↑Thu Oct 01, 2020 2:09 pm I'd be happy for NPHET/The Government to put their focus into keeping hospitalisations down, as opposed to keeping case numbers down.
That would potentially mean kids sports (amongst other things like well controlled restaurants) being recommenced/reopened, which I think is crucial
How do you focus on keeping hospitalisations down without focusing on keeping case numbers down though?
The unspoken piece of Leo's statement is essentially "lock up your grannies" ....... which in fairness most grannies are already doing themselves
For people with chronic issues like asthma, that's life unfortunately.
Feeling left out is not an excuse, very lefty in outlook.
And I'm the one lacking empathy?
That's life unfortunately.
We know who the key at risk people are.
It's the elderly, it's the obese and it's those who are immuno compromised. That's just reality.
Sam McConkey wants a 7 year plan for this. Do you think everyone should stay under their beds until then? Is it mean that some people suffer more than others?
So we're at 1% hospital capacity. A level of increase significantly below that of seasonal influenza. And you think it's right to throw tens of thousand of people out of jobs when the public health people don't do their own jobs properly. Until the end of 2021.