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originally posted by: elysiumfire
There's a build up of military vehicle's around 15 mins from where i live (Lancashire).
I'm in East-Lancashire where are you? Y'know, I thought I heard something early Wednesday morning, but didn't go check to see.
originally posted by: autom8
a reply to: solve
Not heard anything about why but your right, where I live in the UK there are a lot of elderly carrying on as if nothing is happening. The other half's grandparents are refusing to stay isolated even though she's offering to shop for them.
originally posted by: nerbot
a reply to: Liquesence
Yup. Like it says.
It's not a problem and is a good way to ensure personal responsibility.
If it IS a problem for someone it proves how selfish they are.
I will plan my trips out and do all I need to in one hit. It protects ME aswell.
originally posted by: markymint
"I heard", "I heard" ...
you know what I didn't hear?
Of anyone healthy dying from Covid.
Peng Yinhua, a 29-year-old Chinese doctor, planned to marry his fiancée on February 1. But as the coronavirus outbreak grew, Peng postponed his wedding to help treat patients in Wuhan. He died of the disease on February 21. Peng was one of at least eight healthcare workers who have died of the virus.
Another young doctor, Li Wenliang, died February 7, leaving behind a son and pregnant wife. Li, who was 34, had been censored after sounding the alarm about the coronavirus to fellow medical-school alumni.