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jon357 63 | 15,214
11 Mar 2020 #241
he mind boggles. Can't see any logic in it.

Admin staff at universities have to go in too. The places haven't been deep-cleaned, plus there are students in and out wanting things stamped or sigbed.

I just got back from the supermarket. They're out of flour (we always keep a decent stock fortunately) and pasta (except for the traditional Polish ones). People were panic-buying bog roll too.
cms neuf - | 1,589
11 Mar 2020 #242
That's why I'm not sure about the logic of the total shutdown - unless there is evidence that it is more than 1-2 cases per town. It is causing a lot of panic that will have lots of bad economic consequences and probably other unintended health consequences
mafketis 23 | 8,404
11 Mar 2020 #243
unless there is evidence that it is more than 1-2 cases per tow

the problem is that by the time you have that many cases the healthcare system will be strained....

the idea is to stop the spread because this particular virus can completely overwhelm a healthcare system pretty quickly (have you seen the reports from Italy?)

It would be very prudent to do what's necessary to prevent that here....
cms neuf - | 1,589
11 Mar 2020 #244
Yes I have and am wondering why it got so bad there - lots of things we don't know I suppose.
pawian 170 | 11,349
11 Mar 2020 #245
Over 30 infected people so far. But the number must be much higher coz PiS government is economizing on tests.

wyborcza.pl/7,75398,25780222,nie-robiac-testow-rzad-pis-probuje-zamiesc-koronawirusa-pod.html#weekend#S.W-K.C-B.3-L.1.maly
jon357 63 | 15,214
11 Mar 2020 #246
But the number must be much higher coz PiS government is economizing on tests.

Probably much higher.

wondering why it got so bad there

The type of townscape plus eating out and attending church perhaps. That and arm-waving.
pawian 170 | 11,349
11 Mar 2020 #247
And hand kissing. Fekking traditions.

Probably much higher.

No, some experts are certain so must is justified.
Joker 1 | 1,588
11 Mar 2020 #248
China should be held accountable and reimburse the rest of the world for all the strife they caused. Filthy Bastards!
Bratwurst Boy 6 | 10,590
12 Mar 2020 #249
Maybe the chinese have found a way....they just cured a 100 year old with Alzheimer's disease and a bad heart from Covid-19. They did so with blood plasma from already recovered and hence immunized people.

This seems to be the way to go but right now it needs several immunized people to treat only one sick patient, so such a drug as developed in Japan is not a possibility for the masses, yet.

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8095195/Pensioner-Alzheimers-recovers-coronavirus-aged-100-using-blood-cured-patients.html
johnny reb 23 | 4,520
12 Mar 2020 #250
Trump just announced that there will be no flights from Europe allowed into the United States for the next 30 days.
Details to come.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,550
12 Mar 2020 #251
And yet europe still doesnt have the balls to close their borders if not for the hordes of turd worlders assisted by the turkroach army clamoring to get into white peoples superioe countries, then for coronavirus.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #252
no flights from Europe allowed

A sensible thing to do. I notice that the travel ban doesn't include the UK (but does include Ireland). I expect there'll be checks on PNR numbers for people flying to the US to ensure that they weren't in mainland Europe, (e.g. Poland or elsewhere not locked down) and are just flying from a UK airport to get round the ban.

One of the TV news stations just said: "In a generation we have not heard an announcement as serious as this from a US president."

He didn't look well though...
johnny reb 23 | 4,520
12 Mar 2020 #253
Yes jon, they said it has been over fifty years since it has been this serious.
And yes jon again, the President didn't look well did he ?
Even his tone was off from what it normally is.
Very good observation jon.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #254
Even his tone was off from what it normally is.

I wondered if it was because he wanted to convey gravitas; maybe it was.

Either way, yet another sign that this is serious.
Atch 17 | 3,224
12 Mar 2020 #255
I notice that the travel ban doesn't include the UK (but does include Ireland).

It doesn't include Ireland Jon - it's just the 26 members of the Schengen zone. It would be sensible to ban Ireland and UK also as we both have the virus.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #256
Quite. I just read the same, also that it doesn't include trade/cargo.

There's no danger that people will be able to use the UK or Ireland to travel there after being in a third country; the PNR system shows recent air bookings (plus some rail and hotels) when a passport is scanned.

The various travel bans may well be extended if necessary. Perhaps further restrictions are indeed sensible for now.
koronawirus
12 Mar 2020 #257
Perhaps further restrictions are indeed sensible.

LOL!

Yeah, how's that Eurotrash libtard "one world, one love" BS the likes of you have spewed on here for nearly a decade working out for you now?

By the way, here is a verbatim recount of a true overheard conversation from the other day:

- Man: "This coronavirus is pretty serious."

- Woman: "I'm not worried."

- Man: "Oh, why not?"

- Woman: "Israel is coming out with a vaccine in a couple of weeks."

- Man: "Are they going to share it with the world?"

- Woman (suddenly angry and in genuine disbelief): "Why should they?!"

- Man (shaking his head in disbelief at the woman's stupidity): "Sigh"

- Me: Louis Armstrong singing "What a Wonderful World" comes to mind. :)

Oh, the man in the above conversation is Polish. The woman is an Irish born-again Christian Zionist.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #258
LOL!

Hello Bieggers.

Whether you like it or not, we're in a serious, yet fortunately temporary, situation. In any case, travel restrictions concerning Europe in general and Poland in particular, always apply to you.
koronawirus
12 Mar 2020 #259
we're in a serious, yet fortunately temporary

Nothing temporary about this at all. Your fellow open-borders dunderhead Merkel stated she expected 60 - 70% of Germans to get infected.

zerohedge.com/health/merkel-expects-60-70-germans-be-infected-coronavirus

And this is just from this one virus. There are endless amounts of viruses and strains in this world and your commie pinko daydreaming won't wish them away.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #260
Nothing temporary about this at all

So you think it's permanent :-D

There are endless amounts of viruses and strains

Oh dear...
johnny reb 23 | 4,520
12 Mar 2020 #261
It would be sensible to ban Ireland and UK also

Trump wouldn't do that as he has golf resorts in both of those countries.
Cargo pants 2 | 478
12 Mar 2020 #262
First confirmed covid death in Poland out of 31 reported cases till yesterday
delphiandomine 85 | 18,266
12 Mar 2020 #263
Oh dear...

Notice how Biegsy has no concern for seriously ill people in Poland.
Atch 17 | 3,224
12 Mar 2020 #264
Ludicrous panic-buying going on in my part of Warsaw today. Shelves literally empty in Biedronka and Auchan, no meat, no flour, no pasta, no cereals/grains of any kind, no potatoes, no onions, no handwash of course, no toilet paper and visibly dwindling supplies of other non-essential itmes, such as sauces, spices, the list is endless. I saw one man with his trolley piled high with sack upon sack of dog food. Utterly ridiculous behaviour.

It seems that one of the reasons is that fake news was circulating that all shops were going to be closed and people were stupid enough to believe it. So they've basically gone out and created shortages where none needed to exist in the first place.
cms neuf - | 1,589
12 Mar 2020 #265
Sounds you need a cuppa after that :(

I don't think supermarkets will close but I think there is a strong chance shopping malls will.
pawian 170 | 11,349
12 Mar 2020 #266
Ludicrous panic-buying going on in my part of Warsaw today.

Not so ludicrous after all.
Ladies and gentlemen, I have the latest news from confidential sources. And it is bad. If the situation worsens, the PIS government is considering total closure: not only schools but also airports, offices, all commercial facilities etc. The army will be used to man checkpoints within and around cities.

It may happen on 15th March.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #267
no meat, no flour, no pasta

Much the same in ours. No milk or cream either. Plenty of flour though.

We always keep a good stock of food anyway; almost like preppers, though for very simple, sad and straightforward reasons. It seems like people are panicking. How much bog roll and whipping cream do people think they'll need...
pawian 170 | 11,349
12 Mar 2020 #268
I forgot to add: citizens will be bound by law to stay at homes. Only one person in the family will be allowed to go out and collect basic food items at checkpoints held by the army.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2020 #269
Where did you hear this rumour?

Sounds extreme...
pawian 170 | 11,349
12 Mar 2020 #270
It is not rumour but I can`t tell you yet. Trust me, due to my job I know a lot of people and have various connections.


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