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  1. 6 hours ago, gregs24 said:

     Asymptomatic spread is a major cause of transmission. 

    According to some but by no means all.

    Many doctors dont agree with the idea of asymptomatic carriers and say people could test positive for flu but if they aren't showing signs would never be considered to have flu.

    The British Medical Journal have revised their figure of infections from asymptomatic transitions from 80% down to between 17-20%.

    A recent huge study in China found

    "A study late November in China of 10 million PCR test "Titled Post-lockdown SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid screening in nearly 10 million residents of Wuhan, China, the study thoroughly debunked the concept of asymptomatic transmission.

    Out of the nearly 10 million people in the study, results revealed “300 asymptomatic cases” were found. Utilizing contact tracing, of those 300, not a single case of COVID-19 were detected in any of them.

    “A total of 1,174 close contacts of the asymptomatic positive cases were traced, and they all tested negative for the COVID-19,” the study concluded.

    Both the asymptomatic patients and their contacts were placed in isolation for a period of no less than two weeks and the results remained the same. “None of detected positive cases or their close contacts became symptomatic or newly confirmed with COVID-19 during the isolation period,” the study found."



  2. On 24/02/2021 at 12:59, Barrykearley said:

    Well - my eldest Daisy has tested positive again. Even though she has antibodies - has had her first jab - and is showing no symptoms. That was a test from yesterday - she has another routine flow test again today.

    Seems the majority of Scientist and doctors are saying if you have no symptoms you aint got it no matter if you test positive...its just not the scientists and doctors the Gov are listening to.



  3. 9 hours ago, march said:

    Ahh - reminds me of the good old days in the Student Union - and people used to say Computing Degrees were boring.

    When I was in the army we had to have a blood sample and urine sample to be tested. We were all sitting in the bar with our little jars of blood and wee while we were waited to be called. After a couple of pints each we were called through one by one...trouble was by this point no one remembered who's  was who's so we just had to pick of of each and hope we would be ok! :stuart:



  4. If that was my relative I would be making a claim against who ever it was signed the death certificate personally holding them accountable.

    Luckily there seems to be many court cases being brought.

    Ive see quite a law firms are now taking cases where people with medical conditions have been hassled for not wearing a mask in shops by staff or the police under the disability discrimination law 2010.



  5. 11 hours ago, ChrisJ said:

    So this shows the actual deaths from Covid in the year 2020 not just those who died with it?

    I have to say this seem much more realistic figure to what I have seen or rather not seen in my area. This map puts the figure for Norwich and the out lying villages at circa 50 deaths in the year.


    There have been Freedom of information requests to the hospitals asking the number of people they have had die of Covid19 with no underlying medical issues and they mostly seem to be around the 5-8 per hospital for the year. I was waiting for my local NNUH to publish their figures as they must do once a FOI request has been made. Most of the other hospitals have released the figures but NNUH were late responding then just pointed to the Gov figures which show people dying within 28(?)days of testing positive. If It was I who had submitted the FOI request Id be onto my MP and also raising the request to a internal review for being disingenuous




  6. 13 hours ago, yeller77 said:

    Also from FB, nice to know the Dany Special is still out there. :D

    That place is at the end of the road from my work. Ive not seen or heard any of those cars.

    Makes me wonder why they were respraying it again? Didnt Danny have all that done a couple of years back?



  7. On 17/02/2021 at 10:53, andydclements said:

    Here in Norfolk we have a similar but less extreme situation of relatively low population density, however we had one of the highest rates of infection (by proportion of population), which I think was partly due to complacency.

    I just dont see people being complacent. I see people where those mask and doing distancing. 

    I hear people blaming other people for flouting the rules but in the main I see people doing as they are told.

    They are saying most cases are now from the supermarket. The places where everyone has to follow the rules and where masks.


    Company next door to me had to shut down for a week due to 180 of them getting the covid. Luckily I dont think any of them are ill. HSE said they had done all they could have done and just made them close for a week where they done a deep clean.


    Loads of people I know have had it. Most of them are the people who've been doing the social distancing thing and wearing the masks.


    I said before I think these measures make no difference at all to if you get it or not they just make some live in fear and others feel better.





  8. 16 hours ago, andydclements said:

    I think you need to carefully re-read the letter. I suspect they (YBS) are saying you have to move if you wish to take out a new rate,

    Here is their offer. Im thinking about submitting a conditional offer of acceptance setting out a cash lump some I would accept to allow them to break our contract.




  9. Hi 

    An update - I looked into this and yes when I updated my deal in 2016 the best I could fix was 5 years so as this fixed rate is due to end on 1st May thats when they are saying I have to move my mortgage by.

    Ive been looking around at a fixed 5 year deal. I have an account with Santander and they seem to be one of the best in terms of price.

    There are fees however. Looking at circa £1250 

    So can I ask N&P to pay my fees? As I have a contract with N&P I feel I am with in my rights to negotiate terms to accept their breaking of our contract. Am I right?



  10. I found some great footage of the chap running during his racing career.

    Ive run beside him in the field and hes quicker than me!

    Here he is running hes running as No.2 



  11. 14 hours ago, C8RKH said:

    No doubt the usual responses  "my wife's a teacher"

    Hahah yes!

    My wife teaches sixth form young adults and has had to continue teach albeit online. She doesnt get snow days although as our 3 children have all been off from school due to the snow.

    Her work still insist she provides the real time online classes making it a hard job to juggle. We have enough laptops for them all but my 5 year old cant do that on his own. So its a really hard job juggling her students and our children. Many of the young adults are finding it very difficult with mental health issues and suicide attempts are scarily common...

    Your post however does look like a lazy teacher who cant be arsed to work but who knows whats going on at their home? Its hard to say.




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  12. Looks like the police didnt like the Great reopening in some places.

    One Police man holds a member of the public as another Police man punches him in the face!


    A friend of mine has been very successful in taking private prosecutions out against the bad Police once the case has been dropped by the corrupt IPCC.





  13. 11 minutes ago, scotty435 said:

    The answer is most definitely yes.

    Arent the ones with vested interests those pushing the 2 medical japs per year for everyone for every year for life? Those who have shares in the companies supplying the vaccines perhaps? Doesnt that include Matt Hancock?



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