New Lockdown Imminent
I think that this has been inevitable, because folk are just not obeying the restrictions which have been put in force, over the last two months, and yesterday I was in Ashton, and it was just has busy has it always is on Friday, Gerard Street was packed, the traffic was chocca, the Gerard Centre was busy, but considering we are in this Tier 3 lockdown thing, I expected it to be something like it was last March and April when we were in full lockdown, then the roads were empty, and so were the streets, but of course the most of the shops were closed then.
The scientists said cack in September that a new full lockdown was needed, but the government (Dominic Cummins) said no, and look at the mess things are in today, and I expect that this time round a full lockdown will be mostly ignored too
Started: 30th Oct 2020 at 23:03
Last edited by Tommy Two Stroke: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:27:40
It's a bugger alright
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Covid19 is not a virus!
Replied: 30th Oct 2020 at 23:59
Come on Tonker, elaborate, please.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 00:06
Well,it's not. It's a disease which is caused by a virus.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 00:08
Thanks, Tonker. But disease or virus, it's still a killer. Take care and keep safe.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 00:19
A man, from Ashton (an Ashtonman!), who has c.o.p.d. comes home from a hospital appointment on the 320 bus.
Sat across from him is a woman who coughs and sneezes all the way home. Unbeknown to him, there's been a gas leak in his kitchen and his house is full of gas.
As he walks through the front door, he lights a cigarette. The gas catches fire, then explodes.
The man is thrown out of the door, by the explosion, and lands in the road where he's hit by a passing taxi.
When the emergency services arrive, he's pronounced dead by a doctor.
What's he died from?
Fourth degree burns?
Hit by a taxi?
None of these, as he tested positive for Coronavirus during a postmortem, although he'd never showed any symptoms, and that's what it would say on his death certificate. "It's a formality"!
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 00:50
Weds is the day BoJo is going to imprison you all. Probably.
Something isn't right at all with this scaremongering tactics that every news channel goes on about. I don't wash my hands every time I breathe in and out, sometimes I go all day without washing them. It's a con, yes Covid19 is a respiratory virus, but and it's a big but, it's 99.8% survivable. So if you've got no underlying conditions then you should be fine. It may be one of the most highly infectious viruses of modern times, but no way is it as deadly as its being made out. It's simply is not true...
And as for wearing masks and washing with antibacterial soap, then think about our natural immune system, it will cease to exist if we don't let germs infect our bodies. We need to get poorly so the body can fight back, it's evolution and we cannot suppress it without our very existence being threatened. If masks stopped the virus then every used mask would have to be clinically disposed of, and there would have to be secure waste disposal bins on every street throughout the land, with the contents incinerated. And anyone who dropped a used mask on the street would be charged with endangering lives and arrested. That's not happening, ask yourselves why......
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All that may be true FF but, If they don't lock us all down the infection spreads out of control, the hospitals will get bed locked and the people falling ill and needing ICU treatment, will not be able to get it, So many will die, mostly old ( like me) and also some young and middle aged, I also think it will need to be about 12 weeks as before to get the numbers down,
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 11:51
A man who refused to wear a mask to protect himself from Covid-19 after believing fake theories about the disease has said battling the virus was "the worst two weeks of my life".
Trevor Jones from Bolton said he initially listened to those who told him coronavirus was "man flu" or linked to the 5G network, but became gravely ill after testing positive in September.
He received critical care in hospital and "lost a stone and a half in 12 days".
He said his experience had changed his views on the virus and hoped it would help alter the attitudes of others too.
Source: BBC News.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 12:11
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust could run out of acute beds, outside of ICU, by the end of November - but the Mayor has said the system can cope
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A man who got knocked down by a bus has said, "battling two punctured lungs and bleeding liver was the worst two weeks of my life".
Tommy Papp, from Wigan, said he initially listened to those who told him that using a pedestrian crossing was for girls.
He received critical care in hospital and "lost a half-ounce gold neck-chain and a pair of Gucci shoes during his stay there".
He said his experience had changed his views on running across the road without looking and hoped it would help alter the attitudes of others too.
Source: Man in t'Pub who knows his brother's wife.
Another man has died of a pulmonary embolism.
Alf Tickle, also from Wigan, said, (through a medium!), "I'd been waiting for urgent treatment for three months, however, the doctor said that no beds were available due to them all being held on stand-by for the mass influx of covid19 patients, as forecast by that palm-reader on Blackpool pleasure beach and, even if a bed was available, I couldn't be treated until I returned a negative covid19 test".
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 12:47
Boris doing a news conference at 4pm
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Tomplum, you will be on lockdown, or you can self isolate, or even do as a tiny little man in westhoughton does and wear a mask an a clear visor at the same time to protect his remaining few years?
I have to work and be on call no matter the tiers and imprisonment. I am grateful to be in the job I do even more now.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 12:50
do you work for one of the emergency services?
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Well done FF I admire the work & your devotion to your job
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Do you work?
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:07
Hear hear, unsung hero and a thoroughly damn good egg.
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I've put some fresh chips on, if anybody wants some!
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So he's a breakdown driver.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:19
We should know more at 4.00pm when Boris will be giving a news conference
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Hahaha, I work for a 'company' that keeps the streets safe from illegal/dangerous motorists.
Do you work?
Tonker, I went to Bolton last week to 'observe' about a car thief. He tried to steal a porsche cayenne but failed. So he tried to get away in a Citroen Saxo. Painful to watch.
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fair play, i mean robbers are not going to stop nicking cars because of this virus
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:45
Don't come crying when you get it bad.
I won't say I told you so, but maybe I will.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:50
But yoo did say that it would come back, and yoo also said when it would return, and yoo were right
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:55
Yes I did Tommy and I know several people who have it again 3 months on.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:57
News conference will now be at 5.00pm, so he mustn't have realised that it was Saturday, and football was on, so either he wants to wait until the footy has finished, so that more people will watch the news conference, which is good, or he is watching the football himself, and he doesn't want to miss anything
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 13:59
Everyone in Wigan seems to be expecting him to lockdown, so they are all queueing up in Sainsbo's et al just now.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 14:20
That's just stupid. Supermarkets will stay open.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 14:25
I was in Sainsburys at around 11.00am and I thought that it would packed, but it wasn't too bad
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 14:42
I know people are fed up but it's the only way. Stay home and break the chain of spread. Stop having people in your home, stop having parties and stop going to pubs and restaurants.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 14:51
We have been on tier 3 lockdown for over a week so why should people be queueing at the supermarketI went to Morrisons at Leigh busy but plenty of room in the aisles. No shortages of items on the shelves and got what I required plus filled up with petrol after shopping(£1-06.7p a litre)
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 15:34
I see it's been put back again until 6.30pm, can't he make his mind up?
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 17:52
It could depend on which football match he is watching
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 18:08
Robert Peston says that it won't be called a 'Lockdown' it will be a Tier 4, and it will last until Deember 2nd
Pubs and Restaurants will have to close except for takeaways.
All none essential retail will close, except for supermarkets, and the supermarkets will not be like in Wales, as in they will be able to keep on selling everything, so no aisles will be fenced off
No mixing inside peoples homes (visitors) except for care workers and child care.
No international travel allowed, except for work.
No travel within the UK allowed except for work,
No overnight stays anywhere, except for work.
Courts, Schools and Universities to remain open (so what's the bloody point then, when it is those places which are spreading the virus )
There as to be a vote on it this time, so it will be introduced into the House of Commons on Tuesday, and voted on for on Wednesday.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 18:28
He's scared of facing us all
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 18:34
He is pooing his self
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 18:43
Shhh, he's speaking!
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 19:04
He looked like someone had smacked his face with a wet fish. Obviously not very happy at being forced to speak to us tonight.
The teaching unions are calling for schools to be closed and rightly so. For every child going to school an adult is out on the streets twice a day mingling. Parents do not social distance on the playground and very few wear face coverings. I have seen this taking my granddaughter to school. Face coverings should have been made mandatory in all educational settings.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 19:35
I agree, and I can't say that I am surprised, that he looks like a wet fish, because last thing he and every other bugger wanted, was another lockdown, but folk are stupid, they won't stop mixing with each other, if they did close the schools, then has well as stopping that aspect of spreading the virus, then maybe it would send a message to folk to STOP spreading the bloody thing around.
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 21:07
Last edited by Tommy Two Stroke: 31st Oct 2020 at 21:08:37
Manufacturing can continue. That's my month off down the pan!
Anyroadup, what are these people on?
*All pubs and restaurants will have to close (takeaways and deliveries can continue)
*All non-essential shops will have to close (supermarkets can sell non-essential goods)
So, non-essential shops are shut, so more people are going to go to supermarkets. Pubs and restaurants are closed, so the few people that would go there will be going to supermarkets to buy drinks and food.
These rules are going to make people mix in greater numbers rather than spread them about in small numbers.
Everybody to the supermarkets, spend your money there. (Q: who owns the supermarkets we're all being herded into?)
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 22:27
Last edited by tonker: 31st Oct 2020 at 23:12:14
Its another lash up, its a lock down BUT, I can't go to my friends house, yet Tonker can come to mine to ' manufacture' his blinds, ( when he gets time), I can go out, to get shopping, medicines, to exercise, to help others or for work,
So if my work was, a buyer and seller on ebay and i need to deliver or collect, I'm in order travelling anywhere in the UK,
Its not going to work its got more loopholes than my fly fishing casts,
We are all doomed,,,
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 23:12
Tom., your blinds are already 'manufactured'. I'll come to yours either Monday or Tuesday, to fit them for you, if it's ok? Vale? I'll ring first!
Replied: 31st Oct 2020 at 23:27
either day is ok for me, there are no dry days till Wednesday, So bike riding is off the 'activities list' , I'm getting some jobs round the house done,
Replied: 1st Nov 2020 at 09:03
"So, non-essential shops are shut, so more people are going to go to supermarkets. Pubs and restaurants are closed, so the few people that would go there will be going to supermarkets to buy drinks and food. Those rules are going to make people mix in greater numbers rather than spread them about in small numbers."
That is a bloody good point, it will make the supermarkets busier, which it did last time, and places like Home Bargains and B&M made an absolute killing, as folk did their decorating, and fettled with their gardens etc, and the supermarket profits did not suffer either, especially as their online sales soared.
I don't know what the answer is, but I won't be going to the big petri dish at Newtown, that big Asda until it is all over
Replied: 1st Nov 2020 at 11:02
Last edited by Tommy Two Stroke: 1st Nov 2020 at 11:05:05
Aldi has reinstated it's queuing traffic light system. Hopefully the others will follow. I shop online from Asda and have done for a few months now, but last night got less than half of my order due to no stock in the store. I am now looking for another supermarket to get my necessities from.
Replied: 1st Nov 2020 at 12:20
Morrisons are doing free deliveries for Amazon Prime users if you spend £40 or Iceland if you spend £35
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Beltin.... Don't have to mix with numpties I have no time for... Peace and quiet... Get the cars off the street.... Stock up on my cider... Marvellous
Replied: 1st Nov 2020 at 19:33
Shopping was a nightmare during the lockdown and it could be the same again. I cant see any reason why the government insist on shutting shops? If the shop owners follow the guidelines l cant see a problem if they apply the guidelines regarding wearing of masks, 2 metre rule etc. That way at least the shops will be making a bit of money and keep the economy going and we will all benefit.
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 20:47
And why can you go to a food establishment for a take-away, and you can take-away a bottle of pop if you want, but you can't take an alcoholic drink away?
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 20:52
That is a very good point. I cannot understand these guidelines? I was around the outskirts of Preston yesterday driving through. Some public houses were shut and yet others were full because they served meals?
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 21:12
yet you can buy alcohol from supermarkets and take it away, ?????
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 21:21
D'you know what? It's because the country is being run by know-nowts!
Everything they come up with is a guess. And then they guess again!
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 21:34
Is it not something too doo with the licensing laws regarding off and on premises alcohol sales, or am I years out of date ?
The OFF licence, is licensed for the sale of alcohol to be consumed (supped) OFF the premises, pubs and restaurants have a licence for the consumption of alcohol on the premises, and some pubs and restaurants have a licence for the sale and consumption of alcohol on or off the premises ....
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 22:12
I think its to do with, people like booze, so lets stop them having fun,
Its the same when you go for a check up at the doctors, he/she asks,
do you smoke
do you drink
do you exercise
then go on to preach about helthy eating and stuff,
Hey Doctor, Do you know, none smoking , none drinkers, runners, athletes die too ??
Replied: 2nd Nov 2020 at 22:23
just been to B+Q to get some wood for a project in the lockdown, I asked , do you shut tonight ?, They said, we're not shutting, We're deemed essential to trades,
thats another crazy rule then, because flower shops have to shut yet, they are essential to funerals and there will be loads of funerals,
So its more unclear rules, its a 'pretend' lockdown,
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 11:12
Glad to see your eyes are opening, Mr Plum
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 12:39
Bee & Kew did not shut during the first lockdown, because they sell stuff for repairing properties
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 13:27
yes they did, they shut down for a while but still did on line shopping then later did, click and collect only then opened as usual in line with none essential shops opening,I remember it opening and going to get some compost, only to turn away when i saw the queue,,
Firefox, my eyes are only shut when I'm asleep
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 13:54
Oh reet then, so did they shut voluntarily, or were they made too ?
Because I am sure that DIY stores were exempt from the first lockdown restrictions.
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 14:25
they shut down in consideration of the staff welfare and to put screens in, place markers on the floor with 2 metre apart lines, Also to train staff in awareness of the benefits of claiming furlough money so the store could claim it to offset the losses of no sales, Then When Boris announced that people should get in touch with your bosses to find out if they can work safe, ( about 6 weeks later), they reopened the store as it is now and the queues were so big, you needed a taxi to get to the end, So, I suppose in a way they are already operating in a safe and distanced way , I still think its a Micky mouse lockdown and won't have enough effect on the hospital admissions,
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 17:13
condemned if he does lock us all down and condemned if he does not,who would be prime minister eh ?.,650 of the gormless people who go to westminster most days for starters.sue the chinese,they started it and now there ok.
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 20:46
That is a good point about Boris, he cawn't doo reet, for dooin wrung, he didn't want a lockdown, because it screws up everyones life, and the countries economy, jobs etc
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 21:21
Winston Churchill did't want a war neither, If you are running a country you have to have the metal, much as I like Boris, he needs to toughen up and do it right or give it to someone who can,
Replied: 4th Nov 2020 at 21:30
I have been in Wigan this morning, and as I was driving down Standishgate to the lights at the side of Subway, there was a commotion and a bloke was legging it out of B&M bargains, he had a box under his arm, so I gathered he had got himself a bargain, and as the lights changed I drove in to Mesnes Street, and the bloke was legging it through the entry on Mesnes Street which leads to the back of Standisgate, so I thought well he ain't running for a bus is he
He was a thief
But what really concerned me was that Wigan was busy, it wasn't chocka, but it was very busy, and it looked like everyone was out, shoplifters, shoppers, kids, and it looked like every last one of them wasn't giving a rats bottom about social distancing
The infection rates are starting to rise, as the end of the recent lockdown is coming through the system now, and if the government doesn't do something now, next month we will be back in lockdown, so why don't we doo it now, like the Germans are doing, and save lives.
Replied: 13th Dec 2020 at 14:28
They were like that last week, B&Ms was awful, everybody going there own way.
Replied: 13th Dec 2020 at 14:32
They don't give a poo doo they
Replied: 13th Dec 2020 at 14:48
Nope, they don't.
I found it unusual that we couldn't go for a coffee or a pint.
Replied: 13th Dec 2020 at 14:58
Because we are in Tier 3
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It was strange not to see all them foreigners sat outside that coffee place all day.
Replied: 13th Dec 2020 at 15:09
Manchester protests lockdown.
Repeated all across the country
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Ours started today and at -17 I won’t need much encouraging to keep to it. No amnesty at Christmas.
Replied: 13th Dec 2020 at 15:39
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"Covid: Intensive care staff plead for pre-Christmas lockdown"
The Welsh are getting worried, London and the Southeast are going into Tier 3 so the government needs to say "Baa Humbug" and cancel Christmas, and do what Germany is doing, and 'lockdown' the country until the middle of January
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 17:13
Well ive cancelled christmas, i no its upset a lot of people but thats the way it is
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 17:28
we will see how the cockneys cope now
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 18:35
Matt Hancock urges people to "minimise the chance of both catching the disease or passing it on" before meeting family at Christmas
why risk it?
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 19:24
Some Richard Head’s will be having family BBQ’s. The same ones that did it first time around and went around crowing about it.
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Don't be daft it's far too cold to have BBQs in December.
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Last edited by basil brush: 14th Dec 2020 at 19:44:56
it will be interesting to see if we stay in tier 3 or move to tier 2 on Wednesday. Doubtful, as that would mean opening pubs and some people will be going to them.
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 19:46
Well if they do that I'll depend on how desperate "some people" are to have a drink.
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 20:00
It'll depend...not I'll depend !!
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 20:02
Hancock says easing of Christmas rules will not change but urges public to take 'personal responsibility'
I think they will until they've had a shed full of ale.
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 20:24
Seriously, you couldn't make this up :D
Replied: 14th Dec 2020 at 20:26
Christmas bubbles 'WILL kill people': BMJ and HSJ medical journals issue historic joint call for Boris Johnson to CANCEL five-day rule relaxation as ministers admit the idea is 'under review' - leaving families' festive plans hanging in the balance
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 12:36
Covid: 'Rash' Christmas rules 'will cost many lives'
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 12:59
Don't care what they come up with we will carry on as normal.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 14:01
Well if yoo carry on as normal, one day you will wake up and find that yoo are dead
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 14:12
As long as they don't moan if one of there party
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I care very much if anyone gets Covid
basil brush (15519)
Like I've said before as long as they only spread it through there own family I don't care.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 14:32
It'll be through there own stupidity if anything happens.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 14:41
The 4 national leaders are in talks about next week, Christmas get togethers will probably be cancelled, but shopping in Asda with lots of germy people not wearing masks won't..
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 16:35
Now mps are complaining, we suddenly have a vaccine out. Be gone by feb.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 16:45
Why would I be dead? I said we shall carry on as normal as we have since this virus raised it's ugly face.
We will all wake up dead someday it's as certain as Christmas.
We all die. The goal isn’t to live forever, the goal is to create something that will.
Have you, I have.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 16:54
I won't be putting my family at risk.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 17:06
COVID daily cases jump 50% in a week to 18,450 as ministers threaten to CANCEL Christmas
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 17:08
Covid daily cases are jumping up down South, not up here in the North. Wigan Borough is now at 176 cases per 100,000 as opposed to October when they reached the dizzy heights of 640 per 100,000 or so.
Replied: 15th Dec 2020 at 17:19
Lets see how the hooray henry's go on now.
Replied: 17th Dec 2020 at 12:34
In the words similar to that of the Austrian box head
It will be back.
Replied: 17th Dec 2020 at 13:04
Well we in Buckinghamshire have now been b umped up to level 3 as of 00:01Saturday morning, Again I say to those not playing ball - for goodsake show some respect to those of us who have sacrficed a lot since early March to do our bit. The Christmas respite from some rules is going to ba a disaster
Replied: 17th Dec 2020 at 13:17
I agree 100% with what Boris said yesterday, which was stay a wom, don't go out, don't let anyone come round, tell them to bugger off, because it is just one Christmas, why risk your lives for the sake of a few presents and a Turkey Dinner .....
This year the Turkeys must be p*ssin themselves
Replied: 17th Dec 2020 at 13:23
Just put a total blanket over the Uk for 2 months pay business the compensation to cover that period...then see where the virus stands with the vaccine roll out as well...there’s just too many variations around the UK
Replied: 17th Dec 2020 at 14:21
It's all going to end in tiers
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 15:25
Won't any of them mention the fact that the Christmas Shopping is spreading the virus ?
Did they not say in October, that the second wave was kicked off when the schools returned to class at the beginning of September ?
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 17:51
But, the schools didn't return to class at the beginning of September!
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 18:43
The children did ?
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 18:48
One major issue for Wigan is the pubbers and clubbers travelling to Liverpool every weekend for "a meal". Taxi Drivers should refuse to take them and if travelling by train they should be sent back when they arrive at Liverpool.
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 19:18
Angelwod, why is that an issue for Wigan?
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 19:31
She's a Party Pooper
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 20:00
Tonker, it's an issue because infection rates in Liverpool are starting to rise again and before long we will all be in tier 4.
Tommy not at all, I want to see the back of this like everyone else, but people taking the mick aren't helping.
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 20:25
I think you are right, and I am wondering myself when we will be put into Tier4 and I suppose it depends on the daily infection numbers in the Tier3 areas.
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 21:12
We are currently 172 per 100,000. Liverpool was 92 per and has jumped to 107 per today. So it stands to reason that if the good folk of Liverpool are doing as they should, then the infection is being taken into the region from elsewhere.
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 21:33
Wigan = 172 per 100,000.
Liverpool was 92 per 100,000 and has jumped to 107 per today
That's because of all them Wigan "pubbers and clubbers travelling to Liverpool every weekend for "a meal"
So, it follows that it's an issue for Liverpool, not for Wigan?
Replied: 19th Dec 2020 at 21:43
Wigan's coronavirus infection rate continues to fall this week and is now significantly below the national average.
So why cant we drop down in to tier 2 ?
Replied: 26th Dec 2020 at 11:44
They open the school again two week ago and now we are back up to 3000 infections a day so we are now on full lock again all from 5pm to day for the next 3 weeks i hope being open Christmas will not do the same to you all in the UK
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