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2 hours ago, Inti Brian said:

Hearing that Argentina is bringing back its citizens in Peru on a bus. @Berserker

Just read that they will send 100 planes from several airlines to bring back our citizens from all over the world, specially Europe and the Americas.

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5 minutes ago, Berserker said:

Just read that will send 100 planes from several airlines to bring back our citizens from all over the world, specially Europe and the Americas.

Never knew Brazil was this organised

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6 minutes ago, Berserker said:

Just read that will send 100 planes from several airlines to bring back our citizens from all over the world, specially Europe and the Americas.

Nice one.

Meanwhile Air Canada is laying off their staff, right before a potential rescue of their citizens. Not looking good :( 

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2 hours ago, DeadLinesman said:

Bloke arrested on Isle of Man for failing to self isolate. Good. Silly cunt.

Definitely @RandoEFC

1 hour ago, Inti Brian said:

One of my closest friends asked me for 100 soles because she has no way to get food due to a lack of gas in her car. This whole situation is horrible. I think the intention of lockdown is good but the whole process wasn't thought of so well.

It took me far too long to realise 'soles' was a currency and you didn't mean the part of the shoe. 

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Scandal in the US as 4 republican senators had been given warnings about how bad this would get in January so they sold stocks before market volatility, while investing in teleconference and working from home companies.

They should be thrown in prison.

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22 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Scandal in the US as 4 republican senators had been given warnings about how bad this would get in January so they sold stocks before market volatility, while investing in teleconference and working from home companies.

They should be thrown in prison.

Put them in a hospital without any PPE

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1 hour ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Scandal in the US as 4 republican senators had been given warnings about how bad this would get in January so they sold stocks before market volatility, while investing in teleconference and working from home companies.

They should be thrown in prison.

People are always quick to condemn political violence when we look back at history, but it's a simple fact of life that there are people who have no place in society, except at the bottom of a ditch.

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4 hours ago, Rick said:

We need to go into lockdown. People are fucking idiots, and far too dangerous if left to their own devices.

I 100% agree! There will be too many idiots out there who will fck things up for others, the government should enforce a lockdown for everyone's sake.

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I might go back to Canada today. If a plane arrives they'll let us know last minute. 

The whole thing will be a bureaucratic nightmare, but there's not much else as an option.

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Italy reports 5,986 new cases and 627 new deaths. Jesus Christ.

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3 hours ago, Azeem said:

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I used to buy from a company called isis they had a similar issue a few years back

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Fucking hell it's so grim in Italy.

The UK needs to lockdown before it gets that bad.

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Something like a lock down for leisure and hospitality now. Better something than nothing. 

Job retention scheme, and increase to UC introduced. 

Finally a modicum of leadership. 

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5 minutes ago, nudge said:

Italy reports 5,986 new cases and 627 new deaths. Jesus Christ.

We are living through a genuine nightmare. People trapped in other countries, friends asking others for money because they can't work or get food, people going to jail for trying to help their families and breaking curfew, and of course all the deaths due to the virus itself.

I'm calm despite everything, but this is going to take a huge toll on many things for the future.

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Have a feeling this pandemic won't end til we have a vaccine or some form to develop immunity. The spread is simply beyond control now.

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This made me realize that whether rich or poor governments weren't prepared for this because of all the progress in science and medicine no one really thought this would happen at such scale and public isn't ready either generations before us faced World Wars, great depressions, famines etc at we thought we won't have to sacrifice or face anything like this. 

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Cafes, pubs and restaurants now have to close from tonight. Takeaways still allowed. 

About fucking time in this country tbf. 

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1 minute ago, Inti Brian said:

We are living through a genuine nightmare. People trapped in other countries, friends asking others for money because they can't work or get food, people going to jail for trying to help their families and breaking curfew, and of course all the deaths due to the virus itself.

I'm calm despite everything, but this is going to take a huge toll on many things for the future.

Humanity has gotten through much worse and will get through this as well. 

But the Italian numbers are staggering. I'm still hoping it starts decreasing in a few days as the impact of the 14 days of the quarantine starts to show...

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15 minutes ago, Inverted said:

Something like a lock down for leisure and hospitality now. Better something than nothing. 

Job retention scheme, and increase to UC introduced. 

Finally a modicum of leadership. 

Obviously the Indian comes to the rescue :ph34r:

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Italy man. Those numbers are scary. 

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These war communism measures in the UK are the first step to a complete lockdown in London soon, probably next week. Finally.

One London hospital already reached capacity in the last 24 hours.

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Italy now have 4,032 people that have officially died as a result of COVID-19, overtaking China in this area. I just wish that us Brits would take more note of this and become more sensible. The bars and pubs are still full of people for the most part in the UK. When will the vast majority of people take responsibility and avoid crowded places? 

Wetherspoons have announced that their bars will stay open, that's the wrong message to be giving out at this point in time in my opinion. If people continue to mix in public with others, then this virus is inevitably going to be with us for longer than most would want.

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Just now, Michael said:

Italy now have 4,032 people that have officially died as a result of COVID-19, overtaking China in this area. I just wish that us Brits would take more note of this and become more sensible. The bars and pubs are still full of people for the most part in the UK. When will the vast majority of people take responsibility and avoid crowded places? 

Wetherspoons have announced that their bars will stay open, that's the wrong message to be giving out at this point in time in my opinion. If people continue to mix in public with others, then this virus is inevitably going to be with us for longer than most would want.

To be fair the guy who owns Wetherspoons is a Conservative party donor who printed off Vote Leave beermats to be placed in every Wetherspoons in the country so we're pretty high up on the gammon-meter when we're talking about him.

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3 minutes ago, Michael said:

Italy now have 4,032 people that have officially died as a result of COVID-19, overtaking China in this area. I just wish that us Brits would take more note of this and become more sensible. The bars and pubs are still full of people for the most part in the UK. When will the vast majority of people take responsibility and avoid crowded places? 

Wetherspoons have announced that their bars will stay open, that's the wrong message to be giving out at this point in time in my opinion. If people continue to mix in public with others, then this virus is inevitably going to be with us for longer than most would want.

Tune may change of bars after this evening's message from the government. Come next week they will force any closed that haven't. 

No reason to stay open now with these new economic measures. 

We will probably have 1000 deaths by next weekend. 

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4 minutes ago, Michael said:

Wetherspoons have announced that their bars will stay open, that's the wrong message to be giving out at this point in time in my opinion. If people continue to mix in public with others, then this virus is inevitably going to be with us for longer than most would want.

Not surprised the dickhead who owns Wetherspoons is more concerned with making sure he still makes money rather than containing the spread of an infectious disease that no government has demonstrated they were ready for.

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Wetherspoons owner is a cunt. 

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WHO saying under 50s are making up a significant portion of those hospitalised so wake the fuck up you feckless young cunts.

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1 minute ago, Harvsky said:

WHO saying under 50s are making up a significant portion of those hospitalised so wake the fuck up you feckless young cunts.

The amount of deaths in Italy surely does have to do how the younger ones acted while it was not that much serious

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