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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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The old c wing 12:01 Sat Oct 24
Re: This coronavirus in China
White Pony 11:57 Fri Oct 23

Only for the sheep.

The old c wing 12:01 Sat Oct 24
Re: This coronavirus in China
White Pony 11:57 Fri Oct 23

Only for the sheep.

White Pony 11:57 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Has humanity ended yet?

The old c wing 9:41 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mike Oxsaw 8:00 Fri Oct 23

Second Wave? Think Micro-Wave.

I am all IN.

https://davidicke.com/2020/07/01/second-wave-think-micro-wave/

, 8:52 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
NS, interesting mortality list.

Nine out of ten of the problems listed are non infectious and as such there is little or nothing that can be done in the way of locking down that would affect their mortality rates unlike say covid 18.

As for flu ( ignore pneumonia because it’s not infectious but develops sometimes as a result of flu amongst other causes ) it’s death rate is much smaller this past week than covid 19 which has clocked up 1000 UK deaths.

DaveT 8:04 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Jasnik,
Maybe, just maybe because it it more dangerous if you get.

Mike Oxsaw 8:00 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
The old c wing 7:46 Fri Oct 23

Is that only Chinese 5G microwaves or all brands?

The old c wing 7:46 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Notice how they are covering up microwaves? This is NWO stuff to pause the messenging.

NS - do you think Covid will be pushing for top 6 by now? I'm going for top by Christmas...

Iron Duke 7:34 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
How do you die from dementia? Forget to turn the chip pan off? Sounds like a lazy verdict to me.

Mike Oxsaw 6:59 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
I think you can still get away with doing a pissed-up conga around the pub car park at closing time...so long as you keep the fucking noise down.

Jasnik 6:57 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
How can Flu be above covid.

Northern Sold 6:52 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8872201/Welsh-Minister-Mark-Drakeford-snaps-criticism-firebreak-rules.html


Trolley Police?? Covering up Kettles and toasters?? can't buty pants or bras??


You gotta be fucking kidding me....

cygnet 5:32 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Re: "
I see the wee krankie has announced 5 tiers in Scotchland.
What a shame, just two more and we'd have the Gumbae Dance Band."

That tickled old h'Ernie

Northern Sold 5:20 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
The number of people dying of coronavirus in England and Wales rose for the first time in five months in September but it is still only the 19th most common cause of death.

Despite coronavirus fatalities increasing, it still no longer ranks as one of the top causes of death. It was the 19th most common in England and 24th in Wales. Dementia was the top cause of death in both England and Wales, accounting for more than one in 10 fatalities, followed by heart disease and lung cancer.

Data in the report also showed that 2,500 more people than usual died in September but, with fewer than 750 blamed on coronavirus, this meant that at least 1,700 were 'excess' deaths which are those thought to have been caused by the pandemic but not directly by Covid-19.

A total of 39,827 people died in England in September, which was 2,568 more than usual for that month. In Wales there were 2,610 deaths - 135 more than average.

Coronavirus accounted for fewer than one in 50 of these, composing 1.7 per cent of deaths in England and 1.3 per cent in Wales.

The 725 people who died with coronavirus in England and Wales in September were ones whose deaths 'involved' the disease, while a lower 596 people died 'due to Covid-19'.

Those who had it when they died but it wasn't deemed to be the main cause of death likely had another illness that coronavirus exacerbated - such as heart disease or cancer - or it may have been coincidental that they tested positive.

According to today's ONS report the leading causes of death in England in September were as follows.

Note: The ONS said it would not publicise a full list stretching down to the places that Covid-19 occupies.

1. Dementia and Alzheimer's disease: 4,449
2. Heart disease: 4,104
3. Lung cancer: 2,324
4. Brain diseases: 2,120
5.Chronic lung disease: 1,829
6.Bowel cancer: 1,285
7.Flu and/or pneumonia: 1,132
8. 'Symptoms signs and ill-defined conditions': 1,106
9.Blood, bone and lymphatic cancers: 902
10.Prostate cancer: 861
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19. Covid-19 (690)

Mike Oxsaw 5:09 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
riosleftsock 4:09 Fri Oct 23

The highest two being Deep Fried, naturally.

riosleftsock 4:09 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
I see the wee krankie has announced 5 tiers in Scotchland.

What a shame, just two more and we'd have the Gumbae Dance Band.

Nurse Ratched 3:48 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Arf! @ Office quote from griffle.

You should get yourself on the end of 'A Subaltern's Love-song'. I love me a bit of Betchey.

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:38 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Griffin,:

Subtext: He got majorly passed over for a bloke with a sports car by a blonde bird from Slough.

stewie griffin 3:29 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China

'Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough, it isn't fit for humans now.'
Right, I don't think you solve town planning problems by dropping bombs all over the place, he's embarrassed himself there.

Next 'In labour saving homes with care, their wives frizz out peroxide hair, and dry it in synthetic air, and paint their nails-'
they wanna look nice, what's the matter, doesn't he like girls?

'And talks of sports and makes of cars, and various bogus Tudor bars, and daren't look up and see the stars, but belch instead.'
What's he on about? What, has he never burped?

'Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough, to get it ready for the plough. The cabbages are coming now, the earth exhales-'
He's the only cabbage round here. And they made him a night of the realm. Overrated.

Johnson 2:45 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Wexham Park is Slough's hospital basically for A&E anyway.

Slough is now in Tier 2.

Coffee 2:44 Fri Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
What play's he in?

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