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Total number of Coronavirus victims in Sunderland and the UK

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Re: Total number of Coronavirus victims in Sunderland and the UK

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Steve30000 wrote:
28 May 2020, 07:00
Sunderland Nut wrote:
27 May 2020, 23:41


I give in, I just give in.
So no evidence then, as I thought..

Glad that's cleared that up.

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Yeah, yeah, sit there pretending to know more than all the governments around the world including their top scientists.
But basically you know nothing on the subject, absolutely nothing.
So, while we have hope, you have doubt.
While we have top scientists and other important people telling us herd immunity will happen and it has to, you ignore that advice and spread the doubt together with fear and mistrust.
I am staying positive throughout and not becoming a keyboard worrier (that kind not the other :lol: ).



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Sunderland Nut wrote:
28 May 2020, 10:23

But basically you know nothing on the subject, absolutely nothing.
To be fair, none of us do, but we have to trust is those people we voted in.
I always keep an open mind though as I always have.



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Nockya wrote:
28 May 2020, 11:40
Sunderland Nut wrote:
28 May 2020, 10:23

But basically you know nothing on the subject, absolutely nothing.
To be fair, none of us do, but we have to trust is those people we voted in.
I always keep an open mind though as I always have.
I have a different opinion, so clearly I'm a "keyboard warrior".

All these people think we could have immunity, but there's no proof.

As soon as its definite, then great, because it'll go away



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Steve30000 wrote:
28 May 2020, 11:45

I have a different opinion, so clearly I'm a "keyboard warrior".
I never said that but you did.
I said keyboard WORRIER.
You worry too much and believe me only about 5% of the people I meet worry like this and that number is shrinking daily.



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On the 25th of May we had 1,369 recorded cases of coronavirus in the City

We now have 1,380 cases - a rise of 11 in about 6 days.

It has slowed right down over the past 2 weeks.
Remember that loads of us will have had it with no symptoms whatsoever so herd immunity is going great.



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Brilliant news but what do we actually do now?
Are we going to wait for a vaccine but until then have these anti-social distancing rules in place or do we get herd immunity little by little.
Either way is not a good option.



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In four days Sunderland has an increase of 2 cases of COVID-19.

The total stands at - 1,382 cases

We have this under control now as I am only updating this every 4 or 5 days now.

What now :headscratch:
There is no vaccine and possibly wont ever be one as it will mutate and still come back like all other coronavirus strains every year - ie the flu.
Haway then, where do we go from here?
Social distancing forever?



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05 Jun 2020, 08:51

What now :headscratch:
They have well and truly locked themselves in a corner with no place to hide.
We can't be locked up forever at home and they can't let us mix with others so they are snookered because if they let us mix we will have a second peak.
The UK just copied what other countries done (albeit a long while later) and there was no exit plan.
Get out of this one Boris :lol:



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Sunderland Nut wrote:
05 Jun 2020, 08:51
In four days Sunderland has an increase of 2 cases of COVID-19.

The total stands at - 1,382 cases

We have this under control now as I am only updating this every 4 or 5 days now.

What now :headscratch:
There is no vaccine and possibly wont ever be one as it will mutate and still come back like all other coronavirus strains every year - ie the flu.
Haway then, where do we go from here?
Social distancing forever?
I'd like to know how we got vaccines for rubella, and polio, and measles and smallpox, and the black death...

Obviously we're not very good at it



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Steve30000 wrote:
05 Jun 2020, 11:53

I'd like to know how we got vaccines for rubella, and polio, and measles and smallpox, and the black death...

Obviously we're not very good at it
Perhaps they don't mutate and once you can neutralise it then that's it.
The flu is a strain of coronavirus and we can't cure that or the common cold which mutates.



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