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  1. Wait until three weeks from now before drawing a conclusion on that one.
  2. Absolutely no rationale or explanation from the Council and here we are well in the …. You should take extra care with the social distancing chaps without an explanation of why this under controlled we should assume it isn't. The number of cases per day has now practically reached the revised number that happened in the peak but we didn't know at the time. More testing is being done so the risk is probably less that it was in the peak but we are not being told by how much or what part of the community presents a risk to older folks. Personally I find this unacceptable and irresponsib
  3. Not really since even if we don't vote for any of them they still get in by voting for themselves!
  4. Confirmed cases per hundred thousand. We are not doing very well currently
  5. The cabinet Office has put this out recently: From Monday 14 September, you must not meet with people from other households socially in groups of more than 6. This will apply indoors and outdoors, including in private homes. This change will simplify and clarify the rules on social gatherings, so they are easier to understand and easier for the police to enforce. There will be a limited number of exemptions. COVID-19 Secure venues, such as places of worship, restaurants and hospitality venues, can still host larger numbers in total but groups of up to 6 must not mix or form larger groups.
  6. I read it as telling Dublin they are in the last chance saloon and telling the to stick their fishing rights wishes in a place the sun don't shine. As for state aid rules we always had stronger rules that the others anyway so that is probably a fig leaf affair to be dealt with using weasel words or bad things will happen to your friends in Ireland.
  7. Doubt it because they should be socially distanced too. I believe leaving you name may become mandatory. As for the last point I don't know, we will have to wait and see.
  8. See https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-spike-in-cases-among-youths-will-put-more-elderly-people-in-hospital-experts-warn-12066653
  9. At 2230 they announced restrictions on social gathering inside or outside with a maximum of six from 14th September. I don't get why it wasn't from tomorrow. Unfortunately there will be a set of exclusions other than work and education. All of which will be pushed to the limit by somebody or other
  10. That is only in Bolton so far. Your logic is of course faulty anyway. The assumption is that in places like pubs and restaurant schools and Uni's they will be closely following covid guidelines and therefore permitting minimal spread. (If a pub is crowded go to one that isn't and report the crowded one to the council Public Health team and get it closed down!) However when people gather in their own homes they are assumed not to follow guidelines. For the record the 7 day count in Warrington is up to 90 from the 79 it was yesterday and the graph is going up very steeply, here and in the
  11. They are just referring to the document to which I linked above, there is no new information. We have always been in it for the long haul.
  12. Hospital admissions usually go up 5 days to a week after cases spike but because the it the young they will have to infect grandparents first so it will be 9 days to two weeks for hospitalisations and deaths are three weeks or more behind that, they are coming if the young don't heed the warnings and change their behaviour PDQ, which they will not because they are too self-obsessed. By the by time they realise what they have done it will be far too late.
  13. From the report of Thara Raj our new Director of Public Health to the Health and Well Being Committee or Warrington Borough Council on Thursday 10th Sept: "National T&T: Although case numbers are relatively low, latest figures for Warrington show that the national system is not meeting the 80% target for completed cases, furthermore approximately 40% of contacts are not contacted by the national system. It is crucial that there is timely follow-up of all cases and their contacts to prevent potential further outbreaks. Local areas are not currently funded to follow up these
  14. As usual you follow the standard journalistic method, simplify, exaggerate etc. It is just the area known as Chinatown.
  15. This is the the data including some, but probably not all, of the test results for swabs taken up to and including Friday. As usual the graph is actual positive tests per day(as a rolling 7 day average) in Warrington and the comparisons are for the same population elsewhere. We now have a number of tests in seven days per hundred thousand population over 30 (7*9.5*100000/210014=31.7). This is above the enhance support level and at intervention level.
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