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userStuartO
Posted: 28 February 2020 8:02 AM
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Here you go Chatterbox regulars, voice your wisdom about coronavirus here .......
userBirdbrain
Posted: 28 February 2020 8:14 AM
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Its Brexits fault
userjumpstart
Posted: 28 February 2020 8:57 AM
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Smoking doesn’t kill.....what a dunce.

Signed...the scarecrow.
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Posted: 28 February 2020 9:39 AM
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jumpstart - 2020-02-28 8:57 AM

Smoking doesn’t kill.....what a dunce.

Signed...the scarecrow.


Someones trolling ... Your becoming more obsessed with me than the other fella on here who follows me around ... Move on sweet cheeks
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Posted: 29 February 2020 7:51 AM
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The war on truth, how Trump helps the virus to spread in the good ol USA .
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/28/coronavirus-donald-trump-truth-president
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Posted: 29 February 2020 9:51 AM
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jumpstart - 2020-02-29 7:51 AM

The war on truth, how Trump helps the virus to spread in the good ol USA .
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/28/coronavirus-donald-trump-truth-president


How very strange ... Seems like only a couple of weeks ago you were telling us to "stop flapping" over Coronavirus ??? ... You told us all how flu kills so many more than Coronavirus ??? ... Now all of a sudden your in a flap ... More hate me thinks
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Posted: 29 February 2020 10:35 AM
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Birdbrain - 2020-02-29 9:51 AM

jumpstart - 2020-02-29 7:51 AM

The war on truth, how Trump helps the virus to spread in the good ol USA .
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/28/coronavirus-donald-trump-truth-president


How very strange ... Seems like only a couple of weeks ago you were telling us to "stop flapping" over Coronavirus ??? ... You told us all how flu kills so many more than Coronavirus ??? ... Now all of a sudden your in a flap ... More hate me thinks


Not me..this is America....don’t panic. Anyway doesn’t affect scarecrows.
You can see the details of how Trump manipulates. Couldn’t even admit the truth with a health expert next to him.

Edited by jumpstart 2020-02-29 10:37 AM
userjumpstart
Posted: 29 February 2020 5:48 PM
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Trump says Coronavirus is a Democrat hoax. Boy not much gets past him.
userBirdbrain
Posted: 29 February 2020 6:13 PM
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jumpstart - 2020-02-29 5:48 PM

Trump says Coronavirus is a Democrat hoax. Boy not much gets past him.


Thought you said "stop flapping" over Coronavirus ??? ... Now your "flapping" ... Make your mind up princess
userjumpstart
Posted: 29 February 2020 6:54 PM
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Just pointing out his inadequate response.
userBirdbrain
Posted: 29 February 2020 7:04 PM
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jumpstart - 2020-02-29 6:54 PM

Just pointing out his inadequate response.


To flapping or a crisis ??? ... Cos all your pointing out really is your POTUS Trump hatred
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Posted: 29 February 2020 9:07 PM
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Birdbrain - 2020-02-29 7:04 PM

jumpstart - 2020-02-29 6:54 PM

Just pointing out his inadequate response.


To flapping or a crisis ??? ... Cos all your pointing out really is your POTUS Trump hatred


As quote in the US press. Try looking at twitter.
userJohn52
Posted: 1 March 2020 5:28 PM
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Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc
userBarryd999
Posted: 1 March 2020 6:39 PM
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John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.

userJohn52
Posted: 3 March 2020 8:55 AM
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Britain particularly vulnerable because of its gig economy.
Over a million workers who don't get sick pay,so might have to carry on working.
And most are in close contact with others.

But world population growth is unsustainable.
We are already seeing results in housing crisis, mass starvation, deforestation, global warming etc.
The old and weak have to die to make way for the next generation.
Its the natural cycle
Is Coronavirus Gods way of solving the problem thats too difficult for populist politicians to deal with?
userBirdbrain
Posted: 3 March 2020 9:19 AM
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John52 - 2020-03-03 8:55 AM

Britain particularly vulnerable because of its gig economy.
Over a million workers who don't get sick pay,so might have to carry on working.
And most are in close contact with others.

But world population growth is unsustainable.
We are already seeing results in housing crisis, mass starvation, deforestation, global warming etc.
The old and weak have to die to make way for the next generation.
Its the natural cycle
Is Coronavirus Gods way of solving the problem thats too difficult for populist politicians to deal with?


Which God exactly ??? ... One imagines those affected have many religious backgrounds ... Did all the Gods get together or sumat ??? ... Lordy My
userjumpstart
Posted: 3 March 2020 10:42 AM
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Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.
userBarryd999
Posted: 3 March 2020 11:19 AM
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jumpstart - 2020-03-03 10:42 AM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.


Well it could well be. John might be right. If millions die and If the entire world gets grounded and the giant industrial sausage machine grinds to a halt we will all be cast back to the stone age. The planet will self heal. I intend to go out this afternoon and stock up on essentials like Scotch, Cheese and crisps as well as a massive generator and a huge tanker of petrol. Well someone has to keep Rock music alive.


Edited by Barryd999 2020-03-03 11:19 AM
userBulletguy
Posted: 3 March 2020 11:55 AM
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John52 - 2020-03-03 8:55 AM

Britain particularly vulnerable because of its gig economy.
Over a million workers who don't get sick pay, so might have to carry on working. And most are in close contact with others.

That's an important fact folk need to bear in mind.

Still no sign of those "40 brand new hospitals" Johnson promised though.
userjumpstart
Posted: 3 March 2020 12:34 PM
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John52 - 2020-03-03 8:55 AM

Britain particularly vulnerable because of its gig economy.
Over a million workers who don't get sick pay, so might have to carry on working. And most are in close contact with others.

That's an important fact folk need to bear in mind.

Still no sign of those "40 brand new hospitals" Johnson promised though.


No,but the staff are on their way...from the Med.
userBulletguy
Posted: 3 March 2020 12:49 PM
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jumpstart - 2020-03-03 12:34 PM

Bulletguy - 2020-03-03 11:55 AM

John52 - 2020-03-03 8:55 AM

Britain particularly vulnerable because of its gig economy.
Over a million workers who don't get sick pay, so might have to carry on working. And most are in close contact with others.

That's an important fact folk need to bear in mind.

Still no sign of those "40 brand new hospitals" Johnson promised though.


No,but the staff are on their way...from the Med.

Thats good news as the NHS badly needs staff but also more funding and new hospitals built.

UNISON health officer Guy Collis said: “A decade of Tory underfunding has left our NHS struggling to cope and this is having a damaging impact on its devoted workforce.

“Ongoing understaffing means we are more dependent than ever on the goodwill of health workers.”


https://www.unison.org.uk/news/2019/12/nhs-staff-shortages-increase/
userjumpstart
Posted: 3 March 2020 1:09 PM
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Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 11:19 AM

jumpstart - 2020-03-03 10:42 AM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.


Well it could well be. John might be right. If millions die and If the entire world gets grounded and the giant industrial sausage machine grinds to a halt we will all be cast back to the stone age. The planet will self heal. I intend to go out this afternoon and stock up on essentials like Scotch, Cheese and crisps as well as a massive generator and a huge tanker of petrol. Well someone has to keep Rock music alive.


A good percentage of alcohol kills bacteria and viruses. So probably Scotch and some cheep vodka to clean hands and surfaces is a good idea.....a few chugs also won’t hurt ...cheers.
userBarryd999
Posted: 3 March 2020 1:34 PM
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jumpstart - 2020-03-03 1:09 PM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 11:19 AM

jumpstart - 2020-03-03 10:42 AM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.


Well it could well be. John might be right. If millions die and If the entire world gets grounded and the giant industrial sausage machine grinds to a halt we will all be cast back to the stone age. The planet will self heal. I intend to go out this afternoon and stock up on essentials like Scotch, Cheese and crisps as well as a massive generator and a huge tanker of petrol. Well someone has to keep Rock music alive.


A good percentage of alcohol kills bacteria and viruses. So probably Scotch and some cheep vodka to clean hands and surfaces is a good idea.....a few chugs also won’t hurt ...cheers.


Well put it this way, I hardly ever get colds which is basically often a corona virus and never had the flu. Everyone just stick to a diet of cheese and Scotch and you will be fine.

On a serious note if one fifth of the work force get sick as suggested might happen that's 6 million people. If twenty percent need hospital care that's still well over a million. How will an NHS that already has people lying around in lobbies cope?
userBirdbrain
Posted: 3 March 2020 2:58 PM
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Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 1:34 PM

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Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 11:19 AM

jumpstart - 2020-03-03 10:42 AM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.


Well it could well be. John might be right. If millions die and If the entire world gets grounded and the giant industrial sausage machine grinds to a halt we will all be cast back to the stone age. The planet will self heal. I intend to go out this afternoon and stock up on essentials like Scotch, Cheese and crisps as well as a massive generator and a huge tanker of petrol. Well someone has to keep Rock music alive.


A good percentage of alcohol kills bacteria and viruses. So probably Scotch and some cheep vodka to clean hands and surfaces is a good idea.....a few chugs also won’t hurt ...cheers.


Well put it this way, I hardly ever get colds which is basically often a corona virus and never had the flu. Everyone just stick to a diet of cheese and Scotch and you will be fine.

On a serious note if one fifth of the work force get sick as suggested might happen that's 6 million people. If twenty percent need hospital care that's still well over a million. How will an NHS that already has people lying around in lobbies cope?


The NHS will cope the same as all other countries health services I presume ... Very disrespectful and hateful to play politics with the virus , youve obviously got that from your organ grinder boyfriend who has done the same with this issue and shockingly Grenfell ... Hate on Barry
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Posted: 3 March 2020 3:00 PM
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We’re probably better off going to China as one of their hospitals dealing with the virus has now released their last patient,so is empty.
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Posted: 3 March 2020 4:30 PM
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Birdbrain - 2020-03-03 9:19 AM

John52 - 2020-03-03 8:55 AM

Britain particularly vulnerable because of its gig economy.
Over a million workers who don't get sick pay,so might have to carry on working.
And most are in close contact with others.

But world population growth is unsustainable.
We are already seeing results in housing crisis, mass starvation, deforestation, global warming etc.
The old and weak have to die to make way for the next generation.
Its the natural cycle
Is Coronavirus Gods way of solving the problem thats too difficult for populist politicians to deal with?


Which God exactly ??? ... One imagines those affected have many religious backgrounds ... Did all the Gods get together or sumat ??? ... Lordy My


I don't know exactly
I know nothing about God
I don't think anyone else does either
It was just a thought
That whoever is watching over us can see there has to be something to keep the population at a level the earth can support.
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Posted: 3 March 2020 4:36 PM
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Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 1:34 PM

jumpstart - 2020-03-03 1:09 PM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 11:19 AM

jumpstart - 2020-03-03 10:42 AM

Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.


Well it could well be. John might be right. If millions die and If the entire world gets grounded and the giant industrial sausage machine grinds to a halt we will all be cast back to the stone age. The planet will self heal. I intend to go out this afternoon and stock up on essentials like Scotch, Cheese and crisps as well as a massive generator and a huge tanker of petrol. Well someone has to keep Rock music alive.


A good percentage of alcohol kills bacteria and viruses. So probably Scotch and some cheep vodka to clean hands and surfaces is a good idea.....a few chugs also won’t hurt ...cheers.


Well put it this way, I hardly ever get colds which is basically often a corona virus and never had the flu. Everyone just stick to a diet of cheese and Scotch and you will be fine.

On a serious note if one fifth of the work force get sick as suggested might happen that's 6 million people. If twenty percent need hospital care that's still well over a million. How will an NHS that already has people lying around in lobbies cope?


You are actually quite right, family member works as Brest screening nurse, has been told to stop what she is doing and man the phones with all the other staff as it’s mayhem already.
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Posted: 3 March 2020 5:49 PM
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Oh bum, it’s definitely not a French clinic it is aUK breast clinic. My phone keyboard is the size of a matchbox , so hitting the right keys is a bit hit and mi#.*
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Posted: 3 March 2020 6:18 PM
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Barryd999 - 2020-03-03 11:19 AM

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Barryd999 - 2020-03-01 6:39 PM

John52 - 2020-03-01 5:28 PM

Death rate is impossible to calculate.
Probably many mild cases not reported causing over estimation
People who have survived so far may die from it in the future causing under estimation
We may get a vaccine
etc


They say the mortality rate is 2%, Flu is 0.1% I think but as you say many more could have it and not even know they have had it. Most of us have probably had a "Corona Virus" at some point, I think a large
number of colds are Corona Viruses.

Some interesting stuff here https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/why-its-too-early-to-compare-covid-19-with-the-flu

Whats also worrying is the economic impact. If they start shutting down travel, entire cities and places like china grind to a halt. Apparently thats why petrol went down this week. Less demand for oil in china.



That’s the end of global warming then.


Well it could well be. John might be right. If millions die and If the entire world gets grounded and the giant industrial sausage machine grinds to a halt we will all be cast back to the stone age. The planet will self heal. I intend to go out this afternoon and stock up on essentials like Scotch, Cheese and crisps as well as a massive generator and a huge tanker of petrol. Well someone has to keep Rock music alive.


A good percentage of alcohol kills bacteria and viruses. So probably Scotch and some cheep vodka to clean hands and surfaces is a good idea.....a few chugs also won’t hurt ...cheers.


Well put it this way, I hardly ever get colds which is basically often a corona virus and never had the flu. Everyone just stick to a diet of cheese and Scotch and you will be fine.

On a serious note if one fifth of the work force get sick as suggested might happen that's 6 million people. If twenty percent need hospital care that's still well over a million. How will an NHS that already has people lying around in lobbies cope?


The NHS will cope the same as all other countries health services I presume ... Very disrespectful and hateful to play politics with the virus , youve obviously got that from your organ grinder boyfriend who has done the same with this issue and shockingly Grenfell ... Hate on Barry


Of course its not disrespectful! Its a fact that in ten years the Tories have run the health service down to the bones and now all of a sudden there is potentially a huge pandemic crisis on the horizon. If people end up lying around and dying in hospital car parks (assuming they can get anywhere near them) then its no good saying "ah well its not our fault, its a virus".

On the one hand we are lucky as we have an NHS. If it becomes widespread in the USA who is going to look after the sick that have no insurance but if our NHS is already stretched it wont cope either. Johnson says its ready but I think I saw something yesterday from a survey of Nhs staff who say its just not.

China managed to build an entire hospital in six days. The Tories promised us 40 so maybe they should get cracking. One a week might do it. Oh wait.. We sent all the EU nurses packing and stopped the nurse training funding and bursaries. :( Nobody to staff them

Edited by Barryd999 2020-03-03 6:18 PM
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Posted: 3 March 2020 7:26 PM
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Realised today, reading that those over 60 are more susceptible to covid-19, it's Mother Nature sorting her planet out. Kill off the old buggers who constantly failed to stop polluting Earth, taking away habitat so species go extinct and changing the climate. Then let children, who apparently are less likely to get infected for reasons unknown, take over.

On a slightly more serious note, one the one hand the government hopes to recruit volunteers to help, and advises over 60s to be particularly careful to avoid places where they could get infected. Duh, most volunteers are over 60! including the recently retired doctors and nurses they hope to get back to work.

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