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Looks Like We Are In For A Second Spike.

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webbo3 | 08:41 Sun 05th Jul 2020 | News
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https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/angry-drunks-nudity-class-a-drugs-thousands-flock-back-to-pubs-as-police-chief-criticises-drunken-behaviour/ar-BB16li6M?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid=mailsignout

If people behave like this then its almost certain we will get a second spike, hopefully in the winter when they will be queuing to shop in the snow and rain.

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Was always going to happen Webbo, a certain age group think they’re immune to this deadly virus
It's amazing how many idiots there are in society. Some are over the top paranoid whilst others seem to have no sense of consequences and responsibility. Hopefully most can understand the need for a rational balance.
Can the fighting and disorder thus time , be blamed on , you know who ?
I think there will be a spike down here in SW. We get lots of people from Brum, Bristol and S Wales. People shouting, spitting and hugging last night. Well, we’ll see.
You have been warned .. start stockpiling now.
Do it today, otherwise you will be sat on the throne peering through the empty cardboard tube, from the centre of your last toilet roll.
You have been warned !


... and dont forget the pasta !
// a certain age group think they’re immune to this deadly virus //

The majority of people frequenting pubs are middle/old age, and it was they who were forgetting to social distance.
Are you sure about that Gromit ? Webbos link doesn’t show oldies in Soho?
//The majority of people frequenting pubs are middle/old age, and it was they who were forgetting to social distance. //

Where did you get that from, Gromit? I don't see many like that in those pictures. Drunks, nudity, and Class A drugs aren't really their scene either.
Definitely young’uns in the pub near me in the evening. A few oldies (like me) at lunchtime. I’m not going in there any time soon.
Many, many people are scum, they just need to be let loose with mind altering substances to prove it.

Did we really imagine that the drunken, shouty, arms raised, bare chested morons of three months ago wouldn't be back to do it all again once the leash was removed?
Cloverjo; So pleased that I live in a small town (pop approx. 78,000) tucked away in NE Lancs. We don't tend to get many 'outsiders' visiting and we have enough of our own idiots to contend with.
There wasn’t a second spike following the riots of a few weeks ago, there hasn’t been a spike from the beach goers, so why would there be a spike because people are going to the pub?

People need to stop doom mongering.

if there's a second spike because of this behaviour it won't wait till winter, you'll see it in weeks, not months. But I'm still waiting for news of a spike in the Durdle Door region.
Deskdiary, yes, I've been wondering about that. I would have expected some spikes, if only among young people who are less at risk. But so far nothing. The doom mongering was based on the science we've been provided with, and it's acknowledged that we don't really know a lot about the virus yet. Maybe it's down to luck/chance; maybe sunshine or alcohol weaken the virus; all the same I'd like to hear some explanation of why it doesn't seem to be happening as expected.
// why would there be a spike because people are going to the pub? //

Because you are not outdoors, you are enclosed in a room, you are a metre if you are lucky from other people, and they are all touching objects and surfaces, and so are you.
I suspect this has been overblown. The vultures were waiting to pounce on any sort of bad behaviour.
The majority of the people on Bournemouth beach and surrounding areas were not locals- a lot from London- one interviewed on TV was from Nottingham, so there would not be a spike locally, but back in their home region.
It isn't a deadly virus. It was downgraded from a HCIDon the Gov.uk website on the 19th March 2020 4 days BEFORE the lockdown!

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/high-consequence-infectious-diseases-hcid#history
Kathyan

Covid might not be a high consequence infectious disease, but that does not mean it is safe. It is very dangerous, hence 44,000 fatalities in the UK.
^^^in context, 0.06% of the population.

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