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Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
« Reply #180 on: March 24, 2020, 16:57 »
He doesn't need to worry about Covid 19, that mayor is heading for a heart attack.
Those were just the men she was talking about, btw. :D

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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #181 on: March 24, 2020, 18:46 »
    Sweden is the same Flo, only those with very bad symptoms or Acute Respiratory infection are being tested. Not even medical staff. This is a Government decision. So our real figures I assume 3-4 higher so about 4000-5000

    at least it's the same for everyone. Not even Greta Thunberg was tested :dizzy

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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #182 on: March 24, 2020, 19:15 »
    at least it's the same for everyone. Not even Greta Thunberg was tested :dizzy

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B-HwpQkJqrc/

    So she reckons she's had it?
    That's excellent news for the 30,000 crowd of youngsters she attracted that squashed into the centre of Bristol, just  before the ban.
    I said then it was irresponsible.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #183 on: March 24, 2020, 19:15 »
    He doesn't need to worry about Covid 19, that mayor is heading for a heart attack.
    Those were just the men she was talking about, btw. :D

    Post Merge: March 24, 2020, 16:56
    It sure is a mess because all these postponed events, not just the Olympics, will be trying to squeeze onto next years already congested calendar.
     A number of sports have their pinnacle competitions next year.
     The athletics world championships for one. They have said the are prepared to move dates but to when? Peaking twice in one year as we know from cycling, is nigh impossible.

    To be fair though Huw, next year we’ll have two Giros, two Tours, two Vueltas, Euro 2021, The Olympics, The Athletics World Championships and two football seasons, as well as the additional Italy fixtures in the Six Nations.

    I may stick a fiver on Gaviria winning MSR on both occasions, and Evenepoel winning everything else including the 3000m steeplechase and Euro 2021.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #184 on: March 25, 2020, 05:55 »
    Hello world. :hi



    NYC subway






    Times Square


    Wall St.


    Chicago




    Expecting looters? :slow


    Los Angeles  :o




    Bourbon Street, New Orleans


    Miami South Beach
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #185 on: March 25, 2020, 06:09 »
    https://twitter.com/CBSNews/status/1240694496888639488


    https://twitter.com/NewYorker/status/1241155193317789698


    Barcelona








    London




    Is this what your subways look like?!?!? They're nicer than most people's living rooms!




    Sainsbury's store in Harpenden, Britain


    Venice
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #186 on: March 25, 2020, 09:31 »
    Yes, that’s what London Underground looks like, although they aren’t typical of the number of people using them at the moment. Police now vetting people at entrances at Underground stations as the government refuses to shut down non-essential businesses.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #187 on: March 25, 2020, 09:50 »
    I quite like Trentin’s idea of one GT with 7 days each in France, Italy and Spain, triple branded.

    It would garner a huge amount of interest, which would aid with sponsorship for the whole of the cycling world, it would be the perfect event to restart the sport, and it would also bring the cycling community and organisers together.

    Just imagine!

    They could call it The Four Days of Dunkerque.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #188 on: March 25, 2020, 10:50 »
    London's underground/subway/metro is much more modern than Brussels', just have a look:



    In fairness, we also have more modern trains but they rarely come around where I live. Really, these trains are just the same as those I took as a kid with my mum in the early nineties :S. That's a picture I took last Monday around 6pm. I did four stops and only one person (wearing a mask) got inside the same car as I did (at the 2nd stop).


    A street in Brussels at 7pm last Monday. To be honest, you still a few cars going around. I waited a few minutes to have no car around at all, saying to myself that this could be a historical document. :D  Still needless to say, that street (Chaussée de Wavre/Waversesteenweg) usually has a much heavier traffic at 7 pm.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #189 on: March 25, 2020, 12:45 »
    a ~pdf study in Oxford has now come to the conclusion, that there's the possibility that 50% of the (British) population has carried the virus already, so that herd immunity may actually be not far away. 3.5 million antibody test kits have been ordered to verify that study

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    The new coronavirus may already have infected far more people in the UK than scientists had previously estimated — perhaps as much as half the population — according to modelling by researchers at the University of Oxford.

    If the results are confirmed, they imply that fewer than one in a thousand of those infected with Covid-19 become ill enough to need hospital treatment, said Sunetra Gupta, professor of theoretical epidemiology, who led the study. The vast majority develop very mild symptoms or none at all.

    “We need immediately to begin large-scale serological surveys — antibody testing — to assess what stage of the epidemic we are in now,” she said.

    The modelling by Oxford’s Evolutionary Ecology of Infectious Disease group indicates that Covid-19 reached the UK by mid-January at the latest. Like many emerging infections, it spread invisibly for more than a month before the first transmissions within the UK were officially recorded at the end of February.

    The research presents a very different view of the epidemic to the modelling at Imperial College London, which has strongly influenced government policy. “I am surprised that there has been such unqualified acceptance of the Imperial model,” said Prof Gupta.

    However, she was reluctant to criticise the government for shutting down the country to suppress viral spread, because the accuracy of the Oxford model has not yet been confirmed and, even if it is correct, social distancing will reduce the number of people becoming seriously ill and relieve severe pressure on the NHS during the peak of the epidemic.

    The Oxford study is based on a what is known as a “susceptibility-infected-recovered model” of Covid-19, built up from case and death reports from the UK and Italy. The researchers made what they regard as the most plausible assumptions about the behaviour of the virus.

    The modelling brings back into focus “herd immunity”, the idea that the virus will stop spreading when enough people have become resistant to it because they have already been infected. The government abandoned its unofficial herd immunity strategy — allowing controlled spread of infection — after its scientific advisers said this would swamp the National Health Service with critically ill patients.

    But the Oxford results would mean the country had already acquired substantial herd immunity through the unrecognised spread of Covid-19 over more than two months. If the findings are confirmed by testing, then the current restrictions could be removed much sooner than ministers have indicated.

    Although some experts have shed doubt on the strength and length of the human immune response to the virus, Prof Gupta said the emerging evidence made her confident that humanity would build up herd immunity against Covid-19.

    To provide the necessary evidence, the Oxford group is working with colleagues at the Universities of Cambridge and Kent to start antibody testing on the general population as soon as possible, using specialised “neutralisation assays which provide reliable readout of protective immunity,” Prof Gupta said. They hope to start testing later this week and obtain preliminary results within a few days.

    Given what you hear elsewhere, this sounds a bit like daydreaming, but if proved to be correct, it would be very welcome of course...
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #190 on: March 25, 2020, 13:26 »
    It goes against everything else, including intuition and logic.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #191 on: March 25, 2020, 13:29 »
     My local underground before it was closed.




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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #192 on: March 25, 2020, 13:44 »
    My local underground before it was closed.


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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #193 on: March 25, 2020, 14:17 »
    It goes against everything else, including intuition and logic.

    it's certainly not in line with what other studies suggested, yeah. On the other hand, if they are right about the assumption that the virus has spread in GB/Europe since January (basically without any restrictions for 2 months) , the (relatively) low number of confirmed cases so far doesn't make much sense as well... although 30 million compared to 8000 is quite a difference of course.

    We will see, I guess. It probably can't hurt to have a look at it at least, no matter if it turns out to be right or wrong
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #194 on: March 25, 2020, 16:57 »
    So she reckons she's had it?
    That's excellent news for the 30,000 crowd of youngsters she attracted that squashed into the centre of Bristol, just  before the ban.
    I said then it was irresponsible.

    She developed symptoms 10 days ago: it is widely reported that the display of symptoms takes 7 days.  She left Bristol 26 days ago.  This is of no medical relevance to those who were in Bristol on 28th February.  And there were Premier League football matches continuing for another ten days after the gathering in Bristol, which no-one was denouncing as irresponsible at the time.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #195 on: March 25, 2020, 17:02 »
    it's certainly not in line with what other studies suggested, yeah. On the other hand, if they are right about the assumption that the virus has spread in GB/Europe since January (basically without any restrictions for 2 months) , the (relatively) low number of confirmed cases so far doesn't make much sense as well... although 30 million compared to 8000 is quite a difference of course.

    We will see, I guess. It probably can't hurt to have a look at it at least, no matter if it turns out to be right or wrong

    If the Prince of Wales went contagious, as is being reported, on the 13th of the month and here we are 12 days later having the official announcement that he has: " a mild dose", it's certainly possible.
    In fact, one wonders how many people have caught it from him, given he does tend to meet lots of people from all walks of life.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #196 on: March 25, 2020, 17:11 »
    And there were Premier League football matches continuing for another ten days after the gathering in Bristol, which no-one was denouncing as irresponsible at the time.

    Italian media now reports, that the Atalanta Bergamo vs Valencia Champions League match could have been a major catalyst in spreading the virus, by the way

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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #197 on: March 25, 2020, 17:22 »
    About 53% of businesses in Cardiff city centre fear the coronavirus outbreak will lead to their permanent closure, a survey has found.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #198 on: March 25, 2020, 17:46 »
    About 53% of businesses in Cardiff city centre fear the coronavirus outbreak will lead to their permanent closure, a survey has found.

    Completely depends on the level of support and the duration of everything. But, not good news at all.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #199 on: March 25, 2020, 20:00 »
    It appears that Sweden is adopting a more laissez-faire attitude towards the virus? :slow

    Lockdown can wait: Sweden goes its own way

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    Stockholm (AFP) - While most of Europe is firmly locked down in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19, Sweden is taking a softer line, keeping primary schools, restaurants and bars open and even encouraging people to go outside for a nip of air.

    This stands in stark contrast to the urgent tone elsewhere and has sparked heated debate whether Sweden is really doing the right thing.

    "We cannot allow the human desperation in Wuhan and Bergamo to be repeated in Sweden. That would be a gamble that violates society's most fundamental principle: that every person has an inherent value," the editor-in-chief of Sweden's biggest newspaper, Dagens Nyheter, wrote on Sunday, calling for either tougher measures or more widespread coronavirus testing.
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    - 'Take reponsibility' -

    Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, in a televised speech on Sunday, urged people to "take responsibility" and follow the government's recommendations.

    Those include working from home if you can, staying home if you feel sick, practice social distancing, and stay home if you belong to a risk group or are over the age of 70.

    Gatherings of more than 500 people have been banned -- compared to more than two people in Britain and Germany -- and the government has advised secondary schools and universities to close their facilities and conduct classes online.

    On Tuesday, the government announced that restaurants and bars would only be allowed to provide table service to avoid crowding but stopped short of actually closing them.

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    Grilled by media about their apparently relaxed response to the pandemic, Swedish politicians respond that the government will take its cue from experts at the country's Public Health Agency.

    The agency has yet to call for stricter measures, arguing that the elderly should stay home, not children.

    "As soon as the Public Health Agency requests that the government make a decision, we will do it this quickly," Health Minister Lena Hallengren, snapping her fingers, said earlier this month.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #200 on: March 25, 2020, 20:19 »
    Ahh time for the Stockholm correspondent.

    1st thing Swedes trust their Government, so when they say work from home don't go to your holiday house, leave grand mothers alone. They do it.

    Most Swedes don't really like others, if they don't know you from growing up or work with then you are dead to them.

    2 things have caused the increase, returns from ski holidays and in many of the new Swedish living in multi generation housing. So I think 5 of the deaths were from Somalia who socialise on a whole different way to the ice cold Swedes.

    Also they are still waiting for the trigger, basically human's will only do what they are told for a period of time, even the good Swedes. So we are getting closer to a lock down. But not yet.

    The hospital I work with has 30 CoVid-19 patients ready for 50 more before it gets too much.

    My guess is Easter with be the 2 week lock down. School holidays are planned as are trips sking and to the holiday house. They will not want city folks taking CoVid-19 to the country as the Hospital system will not cope
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #201 on: March 25, 2020, 20:22 »
    Ahh time for the Stockholm correspondent.

    That's where you are? How timely!  :)


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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #202 on: March 25, 2020, 20:25 »
    Hehe I am Australian though so it is just all wrong for me
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #203 on: March 25, 2020, 20:38 »
    Sweden are where the UK was a week or two ago, rather than doing anything different.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #204 on: March 25, 2020, 20:41 »
    I was out doing some light shopping earlier and there are still sections of the stores that are totally bare.

    And yet, as I've mentioned before, there seems to be a palpable calm over everything and everyone. People seem to be more polite and considerate of one another. It's most curious. And it is surprisingly reassuring.

    Also, it looks like the government is going deliver on their stimulus package, which will reduce a lot of the anxiety that many are experiencing.

    Most individuals below a certain level of salary are to receive $1,200, plus $500 for each child. This may very well be followed another payment of the same amount in a matter of weeks.

    On top of that, they're guaranteeing most workers unemployment coverage equivalent to what they had been earning, for up to four months. Small businesses can also access interest-free loans, with 18 months to pay it back, to cover various operating expenses. That way both sides win: the employer can keep the business alive, while the workers still get paid until some sense of normalcy returns.

    There are always some details to be hammered out, but everyone agrees that urgency is of the utmost importance, and it seems that they're just about to get this rolling.

    It still amazes me that the government can magically make $2 trillion appear when they need it.  :S

    In the meantime, they've forbidden landlords from evicting anyone, and utility companies from shutting anyone off.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #205 on: March 25, 2020, 20:49 »
    Sweden are where the UK was a week or two ago, rather than doing anything different.

    Not sure that they are as they had infection pretty much at the same time. Their graphs just look...............different.
    Talking of which, it is starting to look as if the measures in Italy are finally having some effect on their upward curve.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #206 on: March 25, 2020, 20:58 »
    Maybe Joel. There has been over 24 000 tests done though. Which maybe not huge number but a little over 9 million people live in Sweden so not too bad
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #207 on: March 25, 2020, 21:02 »
    I’m guessing they are less densely populated than where most of the cases are happening in the UK, so probably won’t see the same speed of growth.
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #208 on: March 25, 2020, 23:20 »
    I’m guessing they are less densely populated than where most of the cases are happening in the UK, so probably won’t see the same speed of growth.
    I'd say! Sweden is basically empty:
    It has ~1/3 the population density of Scotland.
    Not the UK[1], Scotland. The part of the UK that is the emptiest.
    And Sweden is yet three times emptier. :)
     1. it has less than 1/11 compared to the whole UK, and less than 1/18 compared to England. England: 424.3/m², UK: 270/m², Scotland: 67.5/m², Sweden: 23/m²
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    Re: Coronavirus COVID-19 P/B Wuhan, China
    « Reply #209 on: March 26, 2020, 07:32 »
    does it matter though, if 85% live in urban areas anyway?
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