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Barsel | 18:16 Sat 06th Jun 2020 | News
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Seeing all the crowds out again in London for the protest, will this mean a rise in corona virus being diagnosed among the black population as we have been told they are more at risk. If so, when would that show in the statistics. I have planned to venture out in 3 weeks time and I would like to know if there is going to be an increase, would we know by then? Thanks.

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0.06 Gromit.
Shouldn't that say 0.6? May be 0.7 by next week but still manageable. I wonder if any of those protesting were the ones who were questioning why Cheltenham races were allowed to go ahead in March
//The argument some were using today is that racism is a bigger, longer term pandemic than Covid so they have clearly justified to themselves ignoring social distancing on this occasion//

How very noble. Perhaps the only way to effectively combat the "racism virus" is with rigorous social distancing. Like South Africa and the Southern States of America were enforcing and Rhodesia, The African States, China, and Japan are now. Just cant think of that word that was used to describe it. Can You?
So you think we should have apartheid in the UK?

Wow, just wow!
^^^wow, just wow, that you didn't understand Togo's ironic post.

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