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pawian 176 | 15,325
21 Apr 2021 #6,061
Does that virus jump out through the skin?

No, you exhale it with every breath. People who are standing close to you can get infected. Engage your brain at last, Novi!!!
amiga500 3 | 615
21 Apr 2021 #6,062
Good policy by the government to reduce restrictions in all of poland but the south west where hospital ocupancy and infection rates are the highest. Once again PiS doing the right thing.
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,063
Masks didn't work, social distancing didn't work, lockdowns didn't work, vaccines don't work to prevent another "wave", but you should trust the covid terrorists and obey, say the safetism and faucism chanting fanatics.
johnny reb 29 | 5,412
22 Apr 2021 #6,064
vaccines don't work

Then why the F did you get them ?

don't work to prevent another "wave",

No but it slowed it enough so the health care system could handle it.
What would you have done different Dr. Know ?
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,065
Follow Singapore or South Korea.

worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries

..........................Cases per million ............Death per million

Singapore .........10,000 ....................................5
South Korea .....22,000 ....................................35
US.....................98,000 .................................1750
Poland ..............72,000 .................................1700

Then why the F did you get them?

What purpose does that F serve?
johnny reb 29 | 5,412
22 Apr 2021 #6,066
Follow Singapore or South Korea.

By doing what, putting the grease buckets of Poland and America on a diet like Singapore and S. Korea are on ?

What purpose does that F serve?

To emphasize your hypocrisy.

vaccines don't work

So my question to you then is, "what purpose was it for you to get two of them if you know they don't work ?"
Atch 16 | 3,299
22 Apr 2021 #6,067
No. The regs say you must wear a mask if you can infect others who are sufficiently close to be infected.

No. The regulations regarding funerals in the UK, of which the Queen is the monarch, state that a mask must be worn in the church.

They also state that no more than thirty people may attend a funeral so there were only thirty at Prince Philip's funeral. She sat alone because the regulations also state that you can only sit beside somebody if they're part of your 'bubble'. None of her family lives with her, but she could have had a member of her household retinue beside her, for example her lady in waiting and old friend, Lady Susan Hussey, who accompanied her in the car, but that would have meant leaving a close friend of Philip's off the guest list and the Queen is too well bred to do that. She puts duty above her personal feelings - always. Like I said, it's a case of noblesse oblige.
Spike31 2 | 2,224
22 Apr 2021 #6,068
A weekly reminder of the moronic times we're living it



Joker 2 | 1,782
22 Apr 2021 #6,069
Big Brother is watching!

You cant go to church, but its ok to riot and protest ( mask optional )
johnny reb 29 | 5,412
22 Apr 2021 #6,070
You cant go to church

So they tried to say, however, the church I attend never closed at any point in time because of the China virus.
Our Pastor even joked that if any of us saw a Liberal t.v. news crew truck parked out in front of our church to contact him immediately.

He left it up to the individual to exercise their Constitutional Right to freedom of worship.
And my bet is that the R.C.C. in Poland had underground masses going on.
mafketis 25 | 9,324
22 Apr 2021 #6,071
Data numbers from today....

percent of positive test results: 17.79 % (of 64,100 tests the percentage remains under 18 % which is good)

hospital admissions: -875 (the number of hospitalizations falls below 30,000 for the first time... in a while

deaths: 694 (very high but fewer than last Thursday...)

from the previous day*: 7 day moving average of daily deaths: 507 (down 8 from yesterday)

*the source I use is a day behind and I'm too lazy to calculate on my own
johnny reb 29 | 5,412
22 Apr 2021 #6,072
Thanks maf as Lenka has been waiting for your daily Zzzzzzz figures.
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,073
To emphasize your hypocrisy.

There is no hypocrisy. Read my post again and you will discover this:

vaccines don't work to prevent another "wave"

Duh!
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,074
state that a mask must be worn in the church.

No. A cleaning woman who is alone in the church does not have to. If your rules do not exempt her, the rules were written by robotized morons and would require the dead guy to wear one, too, when the casket is open. You know, rules are rules. Regeln sind Regeln!
Atch 16 | 3,299
22 Apr 2021 #6,075
No. A cleaning woman who is alone in the church

Masks must be worn during services.

If your rules

They're not my rules. I'm not British.
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,076
Masks must be worn during services.

Even the dead is survived by only one person and the priest is 100 feet away?
kondzior 12 | 1,245
22 Apr 2021 #6,077
Here's a blast from the past.

A story from January 2020 when the Chinese were trying to cause a panic.
express.co.uk/news/world/1232814/Coronavirus-horror-China-virus-Wuhan-zombies-epidemic-video
The deadly coronavirus has turned Wuhan into a ghost town, with witnesses describing the "dead lying in deserted streets and medics patrolling in hazmat suits". Shocking footage posted on social media has revealed the extent of the infection, with video showing people suddenly collapsing to the street in broad daylight.
Atch 16 | 3,299
22 Apr 2021 #6,078
survived by only one person and the priest is 100 feet away?

Sounds like a problem in maths :) "Now, boys and girls if a deceased person is survived by only one, the priest is 100 feet away and neither priest nor mourner are wearing masks, calculate to the nearest decimal point the probability of Covid being transmitted from priest to mourner or vice versa. You have ten minutes and please hand up your rough work with your final answers. Five marks will be awarded for neatness.'
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,079
No math needed. Just an ounce of common sense. The infection zone around a person who is just standing and not sneezing, coughing, spitting, or speaking is less than one foot. The Queen didn't do any of the above. Hence, no mask was needed EVEN if another person was sitting right next to her. But, in the country of mindless morons, she was either a threat or a propaganda tool. What a nice way to treat a grieving person, a-holes.

BTW, even if she offered to wear that idiotic mask for propaganda reasons, somebody should tell her not to and make her feel a bit more comfortable. Plus, because nobody was listening while roaming the streets of London with no masks or tape measure.
mafketis 25 | 9,324
22 Apr 2021 #6,080
Just an ounce of common sense.

The modern trend is to create simple laws that require no thought to follow or enforce.

It's part of the modern trend to treat citizens as mental defectives (also found in the rise of technocrats as decision makers rather than elected officials or citizens.)
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,081
It's part of the modern trend to treat citizens as mental defectives

I will have a chance to test that trend in a couple of hours in the exam room where I will be alone with my cardio guy. I will demand to know the "science" that justifies the rule that both of us, while fully vaccinated, must wear masks.
Novichok 1 | 2,749
22 Apr 2021 #6,082
As if to accelerate their march to Insanity, the most basic of human urges, even before the need to eat, was overlooked in the UK. Quoting:

chron.com/news/article/With-Britain-opening-up-but-many-bathrooms-still-16120510.php

The issue of where to relieve oneself in a world where so many facilities have been shut down in recent months, has long been a concern in Britain. Public bathrooms, in particular, were closed during the various lockdowns.

While current restrictions stipulate that venues such as restaurants and pubs can reopen to serve food outdoors, some public toilets remain closed - a result of facilities across the country being run by different councils making different decisions.


Now I better understand what "Brits are full of sh*it" means. At least they didn't forget to tell the grieving widow to wear a mask.

It's not just me...Quoting from: dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9501507/Crowd-1-000-let-watch-snooker-ministers-wont-lift-limit-30-funerals.html

RIP Common Sense: A crowd of 1,000 is let in to watch snooker and 4,000 maskless pop fans can go to the Brit Awards - but ministers STILL won't lift the limit of 30 mourners at funerals even as cases plummet thanks to jab roll-out

...and the Queen feels obligated to play that sick mask game.

Memo to the Queen: Madam, you should go out more often to see what your subjects are doing and you may actually join them in their contempt for the stupid rules your bureaucrats love imposing as a substitute for real sex.
Atch 16 | 3,299
23 Apr 2021 #6,083
somebody should tell her not to and make her feel a bit more comfortable.

You don't tell the Queen what to do - you 'advise' her :) But it doesn't matter what you tell her. She will uphold the law, whatever it happens to be. That's one of the sacrifices she makes as monarch in a modern world. She's not an autocrat and no longer rules by Divine Right. The Queen understands better than any of her family that one must be seen to 'do the right thing. Of course, she could have appeared without a mask if she'd wanted to, she didn't want to.

Why don't your write to her and give her your opinion? People write to her all the time and the letter will be answered.
OP Braveheart16 18 | 281
23 Apr 2021 #6,084
Novichok - ministers STILL won't lift the limit of 30 mourners at funerals even as cases plummet

Restrictions in the UK will come and go at the moment depending on the levels of infection...rate of vaccinations etc....it is an ever changing situation and certain restrictions will need to be reviewed and changed where necessary.....it must be difficult to make quick decisions on lifiting certain restrictions until a proper assessment is made irrespective of what the public think......this is not a democracy when it comes to Covid restrictions...we cannot take a vote on every restriction affecting our lives and instead just have leave it to the experts as we would for anything we are not qualified in.

Above all we cannot have a situation where some restrictions are lifted one day then imposed again on another day, as it would become meaningless and counterproductive. Just be glad that infection rates are coming down....the difficult bit is knowing when to lift restrictions. I just hope that Poland will start to see a reduction in the infection rate and death rate....average of 6-700 deaths every day, so a weekly death rate of about 4,000...very worrying.
mafketis 25 | 9,324
23 Apr 2021 #6,085
Numbers, numbers, numbers..

percent of positive test results: 17.37 % (of 62,500 tests the percentage remains under 18 % which is good)

hospital admissions: -837

deaths: 539 (down a tick...)

from the previous day*: 7 day moving average of daily deaths: 508 (up 1 from yesterday)

*the source I use is a day behind and I'm too lazy to calculate on my own
amiga500 3 | 615
23 Apr 2021 #6,086
Too lazy to pull up Poland's stats but I'm sure everyone gets the picture



johnny reb 29 | 5,412
23 Apr 2021 #6,087
I'm sure everyone gets the picture

That's an understatement. Zzzzz
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Spike31 2 | 2,224
23 Apr 2021 #6,088
The only visual reminders of "pandemic" aka dust masks are vanishing from the streets of London.

Today I didn't even have to argue with some door opening simp in order to get inside the shop.

But don't despair corona-simps. 'Covid passports' are still on the agenda. Not all is lost yet



Spike31 2 | 2,224
23 Apr 2021 #6,089
Btw: 'covid passports' were a conspiracy theory, not a long time ago, and only evil conspiracy theorists talked about it but now they are officially on the agenda so it's safe for to talk about it without being taken for one ;-)
Atch 16 | 3,299
23 Apr 2021 #6,090
dust masks are vanishing from the streets of London.

But don't despair corona-simps.

Whom on this forum are you addressing? I don't know of anybody here who agrees with wearing masks outdoors.

You must be glad that you're not living in your homeland anymore where masks on the street are still mandatory and the compliance rate is high.

I'm not sure why you're always smiling and winking in your posts. Do you suffer with St Vitus Dance? ;)


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