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    Quote Originally Posted by StarBright View Post
    .. I don't know what's happened to change that. ..
    Nothing physically changed, everybody knew that covid was being widely spread at schools, colleges, and unis.
    2020 Autumn terms start > Covid cases rise again > Lockdown 2 - if they needed proof that was clear enough.

    The facts were simply being ignored for political (and economic) reasons.
    The current govenment routinely ignore laws that don't suit their policies, until pulled up in court, so what's a few facts and figures?

    Of course Lockdown 3 (even if you call it plan B) would be a political disaster or at least a big embarassment, so they have to do something about the schools.
    Although it looks as if they may be acting too late as usual.
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    Looking at figures in our area it is the younger element whose cases are rising and the older ones are dropping. That just shows what age group are taking more care and using masks as well as getting the jabs.

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    Agree Nuke,

    Unfortunately older people are now getting covid as much as the younger generations in my area. I read somewhere online today, so no idea if it's true that with this Delta variant if you have had two jabs you can still catch covid which can be with symptoms or without & you can still pass it on to other people. I think they had thought that someone who catches covid & is double jabbed wouldn't pass the infection to others but they can so this article said

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    Yes I read that too, no symptoms but you can still get it and pass it on. The vaccine needs to be perfected which it will be as time passes.

    On another note, hubby was in isolation in ITU. He got a survey to fill in about the seclusion. Bet he was just one of few who said he quite enjoyed it, sat there listening to music and reading his book without interuption.

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    Can understand that, in a strange way peaceful

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarBright View Post
    Can understand that, in a strange way peaceful
    Someone delivering him regular coffees too. What more could a man want?
    Last edited by beau; 31-10-21 at 22:47.

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    The only thing I can think of is Cheese

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