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Total number of Coronavirus victims in Sunderland and the UK

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monty wrote:
03 Jul 2020, 22:39

I will still do the right things to avoid it if possible.
Of course, but we should always be wary of danger at all times ;)



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monty wrote:
03 Jul 2020, 22:39
Sunderland Nut wrote:
03 Jul 2020, 14:39
You might have had it already, at this time you just don't know.
I will still do the right things to avoid it if possible.
Sensible. How long do we all have to have ocd for though?



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If I catch it, I'm possibly doomed, just basic hygiene man.
I mix with up to 75 people a day and many of those I've never seen before, just use common sense :roll:



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You never know what's around the corner though.



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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/ ... g-near-you

Typing in your area tells you what cases, and deaths are like



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Crawford wrote:
04 Jul 2020, 23:19
You never know what's around the corner though.
Very true and for a few days ago I got a cold and thought I was going to die of coronavirus.
The thing is, where did I get the cold from?
Is every bug you pick up from someone likely to be coronavirus?


What was that you said again?

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thingamajig wrote:
07 Jul 2020, 14:23
The thing is, where did I get the cold from?
Is every bug you pick up from someone likely to be coronavirus?
Well you do catch a cold from other people because you don't just catch it when the weather is cold ;)
This opens up a lot of questions here because if we have all been isolating and social distancing, there should be no bugs around for us to catch :headscratch:
If I were you I would certainly start thinking about getting a test for coronavirus or at least explain your symptoms to a doctor via the phone hotline.



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On the 28th of June I reported one new case in a fortnight taking the total to 1,387.
Until then the reported cases of coronavirus in Sunderland were only going up slowly.

Today, I see that we have or had 1,763 cases.

That's a rise of 385
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I am using the same interactive map which is constantly updating.

What on earth is going on here?
The lockdown slowed the number of cases in Sunderland down to a trickle - now this :headscratch:



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Sunderland Nut wrote:
08 Jul 2020, 11:17
On the 28th of June I reported one new case in a fortnight taking the total to 1,387.
Until then the reported cases of coronavirus in Sunderland were only going up slowly.

Today, I see that we have or had 1,763 cases.

That's a rise of 385
.
I am using the same interactive map which is constantly updating.

What on earth is going on here?
The lockdown slowed the number of cases in Sunderland down to a trickle - now this :headscratch:
Didn't they backdate some cases?



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Just when we all thought it was safe to go out.
These sort of figures and the way they have been released seems shocking to me, they are either on top of it or not :argument:


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