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Dont Forget To Disable The Nhs App If You're Going To The Pub To Watch The Match

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dave50 | 13:17 Wed 07th Jul 2021 | Sport
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That way you wont have to self isolate after and you will help to support the pub industry.

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Best actually to watch the football at home and leave the pub for people wanting to use it for its intended purpose, i.e. to have a drink, possibly something to eat and a chat. But that’s another story. //…so they won’t be able to pick you up for Test & Trace.// They will if you have the NHS tracing APP installed, hence dave’s recommendation. People with the NHS...
14:29 Wed 07th Jul 2021
Whilst later you get double dose of corona!!
no point the whole think is over in less than a fortnight.
*thing
My friends daughter got pinged 7 days after bein in Nando’s , so she only had 3 days to isolate
Complete waste of time :0)))
The PM said about the proposed changes,

"You will have to self-isolate if you test positive or are told to do so by NHS Test and Trace."
That was for TORATORATORA
Apparently after 19th July, you won’t have to scan a QR code when entering a venue, so they won’t be able to pick you up for Test & Trace.
Venues can require folk to use the QR code still or folk can use them voluntarily.
Best actually to watch the football at home and leave the pub for people wanting to use it for its intended purpose, i.e. to have a drink, possibly something to eat and a chat. But that’s another story.

//…so they won’t be able to pick you up for Test & Trace.//

They will if you have the NHS tracing APP installed, hence dave’s recommendation.

People with the NHS tracing App should uninstall it. It is clear that the government has decided to take a realistic approach at last and accept that the spread of the virus cannot be prevented. The latest surge in new infections has not been accompanied by a similar surge in deaths and hospitalisations so that acceptance cannot now be accompanied by the usual blood-curdling warnings of Armageddon for the NHS and funeral directors. But in the by now time-honoured fashion, its latest announcement on the relaxation of restrictions has degenerated into a shambles, with the news that millions of people will probably be ordered to self-isolate because they have brushed past somebody who has tested positive. This is ludicrous and will have a far worse effect on some businesses than if they were forcibly closed.

The only people who now need to be tested are those displaying symptoms of the disease which are serious enough to warrant medical attention, and only then to determine what treatment they need. But the government seems intent on continuing to inflict damage of businesses where it is unnecessary. A “government source” was quoted in the paper today, saying, “self-isolation is an incredibly important tool in preventing the spread of the virus.” That’s arguable. But what is not is that forcing people into quarantine when they have no symptoms of a disease and probably haven’t got it (especially when the worst outcome for the vast majority of people who do catch it will be a few days in bed) is just about the silliest thing you could do when you are trying to ensure the country’s recovery.
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Again nj sums the insanity up perfectly.
LOL.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57751033

"The government says close contacts who are double-jabbed will not have to isolate after 16 August in England.

But BBC analysis shows more than 4.5 million people could still be asked to self-isolate between now and then."


And sums up how unashamedly selfish and ignorant some people are.
Never mind bobbinwales, there's ALWAYS you to remind such people !!
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Imagine if one person in each pub got pinged from the app then every pub had to close for 10 days. Its madness.
So on it goes, are you saying bobb that anyone who doesn't have the NHS app is ignorant and selfish? Do you know we were never told you must download it.
I haven't got track and trace.
Nor me. I know of at least 50 colleagues who've had up to a month off on full pay because they were pinged, some two or three distinct times. None of them developed anything. 1 guy has just had to take 10 days off because he left his phone in a toolbox next to someone else who was contacted even though he was physically working a mile away all day.
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Prudie if you get pinged it's only advice to self isolate, use your own judgement, you dont have to if you don't want to.
One does if it's through work, well my work anyway. I have followed every rule about masks, distancing, sanitising, not seeing family for nearly a year, never travelled against advice even though foreign holidays is my thing and yet bobb sits in his ivory Welsh tower pontificating and name calling as he has done throughout this pandemic. I am not unashamedly selfish nor ignorant, neither are the vast majority who don't use this very inaccurate app.

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