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It’s getting silly now

People just ain’t listening am so hangry,

My street kids been out since school broke up people getting together,

And now they planning tier 5 it’s never going to end

Ann1984
18 days ago
What do you think of this?
Leeann
Leeann18 days ago

It's not gonna end this is the new normal think there will be another national lockdown

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Ann1984
Ann1984
Original Poster
18 days ago

Leeann but people are just not listening ok 40percent are and that being generous with numbers.

Tagged we need to be for it to end

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Nadiaparveen
Nadiaparveen18 days ago

It's going to be terrible but I think we should have 6 solid months of national lockdown and also close all borders

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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18 days ago

Nadiaparveen yep everything except supermarket open

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Leeann
Leeann18 days ago

Ann1984 fact is the government did everything to late and now we all have to deal with it they won't close everything coz they need the money the idea would be great but people can't live on nothing

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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18 days ago

Leeann well they need to open everything and allow us to go our own way. People won’t to stay in them that’s up to them survival of fittest now

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Leeann
Leeann18 days ago

Ann1984 that's what it will be at the end because they can't control everyone I do my best when I'm out shopping and in work my daughter always washing her hand at home and in school staying within her bubble but she still has to stay home because of cases in her class

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jdible
jdible17 days ago

Well said

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sam30
sam3018 days ago

Sorry this is the first I’ve heard, what would be the difference between tier 4 and tier 5?

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Golfforall
Golfforall18 days ago

Exactly - loads of comments - but no one has a clue what Tier 5 may be (in England that is ). Tier 4 is plenty if folks obeyed the regulations .

Tier 5 - Tier 4 with the regulations strictly enforced - That would work !

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mrgoggll
mrgoggll18 days ago

Tier 5 is when the " council " nail frontdoors shut and ' volunteers ' bring you food and water , no exersise or going out until the dreaded virus subsides , or I'm making this up and no one gives a sh*t Image

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davidstockport
davidstockport18 days ago

And hopefully they'll issue the Covidiots (opposed to regulations and vaccinations) with hand bells, which they're forced to ring shouting out "unclean" as they go their merry way.😀

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc18 days ago

When a person resorts to insults, then you know you have a problem. davidstockport

I personally don't curse at people because that's just disrespectful and childish.

The whole "Covidiots" has succeeded in two things: Dividing people and resorting to immature language. People should be united, not divided. Smh.

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TheChimp
TheChimp18 days ago

I'm in lockdown along with Ann1984 because we're in Wales.

We're due a review in a fortnight or so, but I can see it being extended again.

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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18 days ago

TheChimp it’s doing my head in now street been full of kids, apparently they biggest spreaders my area was first to go into firebreak numbers were coming down then whole Wales was put in firebreak so people started travel out of town. Now our daily numbers are over 200.

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TheChimp
TheChimp18 days ago

Ann1984 It's only going to get worse to be honest ☹️

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flipside
flipside18 days ago

Tier 5 just seems unnecessary. They should’ve just better regulated and enforced the tier 4 regulations so nobody would mistake the virus for a joke.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc18 days ago

"2 weeks to flatten the curve"

What's that now?

Yeah, they never intended to end lockdown nor restrictions. Just for people to accept the new "normal."

Even when or if you take the vaccine you still need to wear a mask, so... lol

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davidstockport
davidstockport18 days ago

Regulations should have been ENFORCED from the very start, I get sick of people who think they only apply to other people. Does anyone know of one person who has been fined £200 for not wearing face coverings on public transport or in shops etc. ? I think we've all seen many.

I'd like the number of those fined announced with the numbers who are becoming infected or have died. If and when the numbers of those fined increases perhaps the other numbers will decrease.

Those who can not, for legitimate reasons, wear face coverings where required, should not be allowed in shops or on public transport, and help given them with shopping and transport etc.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig17 days ago

davidstockport I don't know about fines for no wearing face masks but I know that when the travel restrictions were enforced in Scotland, the police were out in my local area and were fining people that were travelling outwith their tier without a valid reason. Think the fine was either £30 or £40, can't quite remember, but I know they fined a lot of people within a 3 day period.

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davidstockport
davidstockport17 days ago

MrsCraig That's good to know but all the police seem to do in my area is think up new ways to get the crime figures down, usually by not recording most crimes*, that's not entirely true they will also book any motorist who goes as fast as they do when on "The McDonald's Run". It usually entails ignoring traffic lights, no left turn or u-turn signs etc Their sergeant, back at the station, will play merry hell with them if his chips are cold.

* The Chief Constable resigned recently because this was revealed, he in some ways has my sympathy, it was like that when he took over.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig17 days ago

Everyone was complaining about them being out and fining people but if you weren't breaking the rules then you wouldn't be fined. People were annoyed that they couldn't go to the supermarket in the closest council area, as its the closest of that one in the area, but it was in a different tier so they weren't allowed anyway even if they argued it was essential shopping. I used to go to that supermarket when allowed, once the rules changed I just went to the next cheapest one in my area instead.

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ldnnorton
ldnnorton18 days ago

Until the authorities deal with the small minority of those breaking the rules and being irresponsible the end will never be in sight. How often do you hear or see people being fined or punished?

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RegularComper90
RegularComper9018 days ago

I wonder if the parents of those kids who are hanging out with their mates on the street are the same parents who don't want their kids going to school.

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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18 days ago

RegularComper90 yep a few of them are my kids safety is important when they put not just likely to catch a virus but the way they come down path of neighbours homes straight in to road it be a car causing a death or hospital visit where virus is

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neo1
neo118 days ago

I was only saying to a friend this afternoon there will be a tier 5 at some point. Am not surprised at all can see a full lockdown well into March at this rate.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc18 days ago
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davidstockport
davidstockport18 days ago

All you've been telling us is absolute nonsense. I shudder to think how many people might have believed your assertions that the vaccine changes DNA. (I do note the last time I saw one it was later removed - thanks to those responsible for its removal).

Perchance anyone has been influenced by unfounded rumours please take the time (just a few minutes) to read this. https://fullfact.org/online/rna-vaccine-covid/

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Lynibis
Lynibis18 days ago

I have always thought those out in society, kids, workers etc, should get jab first not the elderly who are generally now being well shielded.

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davidstockport
davidstockport17 days ago

Unfortunately many elderly are NOT being shielded all most got was a text or a letter in March saying not to go out, no explanation of what to do if they needed to eat (or who could help). There could be thousands who haven't been discovered yet. All I can hope is that if they had a pet cat or dog it was tasty.

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Golfforall
Golfforall18 days ago

Reading the news looks like those pesky British pensioners (according to many on here!) have been at their partying in Australia against all the regulations (Surprise , Surprise ) .

Looks like Australia intend to deport them , fine , we just have to find a remote Scottish island to quarantine them all on for 3 months or so . Or perhaps have them work as porters or cleaners for the NHS for 2 or 3 months to see what their irresponsible actions result in ?

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Getsome
Getsome18 days ago

They will probably keep going up tiers. Unfortunately people are unable to follow rules and government are unable to follow own rules so this will keep going until vaccine rolled out

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap18 days ago

I get so annoyed when I see people acting as if everything was fine. I don't think tier 5 would effect me if school in as I'm staying in as much as I can and cleaning or quarantine everything that enters house. I'm determined to do all I can to keep my family safe if we all did we would all come out of this better off

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sam30
sam3018 days ago

This is getting really tiring. Why couldn’t everyone just follow the rules properly from the start then we wouldn’t have had to suffer for almost a year like this ☹️ I really do hope more is done to force people to follow otherwise who know’s how long this will carry on for.

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davidstockport
davidstockport17 days ago

The reason most wouldn't and won't follow the rules is because they're, stupid, selfish, people, too stupid to realise that the restrictions, they should be observing, were put in place to help (not punish) and the longer they fail to observe the rules the longer they and those of us who do follow them will be subjected to the restrictions, unfortunately many of these stupid, selfish people are too stupid to realise how stupid they are. I know of one who actually thinks because he has learned to spell "DNA" he knows more about it than doctors and scientists who have devoted many years of their lives studying the subject.

There again the one I allude to is so bloody stupid he might have thought when he learned to spell DNA it was about some fellow called DAN.😀

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HollyDolly22
HollyDolly2218 days ago

Ugh great. I don't understand what more they can restrict though? Unless it's food shopping lol

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ACR
ACR17 days ago

Tier 5 would most likely mainly be about restricting or closing schools, colleges and universities. Plus, under tier 4 you are still allowed to meet one person outside that could also be stopped. Otherwise, there isn't that much left to restrict.

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Tk3
Tk317 days ago

What will tier 5 involve? We are basically the most locked down yet.

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador17 days ago

As someone who had to call an Ambulance on Boxing Day Night, and then wait for 2 hours for it to arrive while watching my dear Mum sit in agony. I implore everyone and anyone to do all they can to lessen the burden on The NHS and the Ambulance service.

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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17 days ago

blacklabrador sorry to hear of your mum

My friend is a COVID nurse and they so over run no one believes it’s shocking and the rule breakers need to spend day on a ward for day and see

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador17 days ago

Ann1984 Sadly they are so deluded/pig ignorant it wouldn't sink in.

When your scared elderly Mum is alone in hospital and you can't be with her to hold her hand and reassure her, well I don't want to revisit that feeling anytime soon.

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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17 days ago

blacklabrador I contacted police today to say youth gathering and nothing they just didn’t care I contacted again 2 hours later to say they moving on with description and again nothing.

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador17 days ago

Ann1984 For me there has to be a national lockdown on a par (or even stricter) than the one In April.

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Ann1984
Ann1984
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17 days ago

blacklabrador it does I agree but this should have been done long time ago because there is only so much money in that big pot of theirs.

Maybe they could try age bracket lockdown and see how it goes then.

Because apparently it’s younger 16 plus that are getting treated in hospital now

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davidstockport
davidstockport17 days ago

You didn't mention what your mother's problem was, many might assume it was Covid (perhaps correctly) but If not it might make some of the stupid, selfish people realise that even if they are Covid low risk, they are still high risk if they need medical attention for any other reason.

I sincerely hope and wish that whatever is wrong with your mother she makes a full and speedy recovery.

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador16 days ago

davidstockport Nope I should have made it clear.

She did something as benign as trying to wipe a spill from the floor on boxing day, felt a pull/rip, and then the pain arrived.

She's had a hernia in the past, but this time she somehow twisted and got a kink in her bowel, meaning she could not go to the toilet and could not keep down any food or liquids.

She's very much of the old school, where she tries to play down aches and pains, so when she asked us to call an ambulance we knew things were serious, and she said she couldn't even walk the 40 or 50 feet from the lounge to the car, otherwise we'd have tried getting her to hospital that way.

She had an Operation yesterday and had some bowel removed, she's still very groggy/confused but we have managed to talk to her a couple of times today.

I was allowed to take some personal items, charger, toothbrush etc to the ward today. But you obviously have to hand them over at the ward door. Knowing your sick Mum is shouting distance from you and yet not being able to see her is as horrendous as you might imagine.

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jdible
jdible17 days ago

We need it as the hospital where I work as a nurse is running out of space numbers of people being treated for the virus are too high we are running out of bed space as well please just go out if you need to work or food shopping or doctors or dentist or hospital appointments and to have a walk or a bike ride don't forget to wash your hands and wear mask in shops

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador17 days ago

I knew it was bad when I saw the queue of around ten Ambulances waiting at Southend Hospital at around 4am on Sunday morning, with people being treated in the back.

Thank you for your hard work jdible , I hope you and all the other healthcare professionals on here know how much you are valued.

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jdible
jdible17 days ago

Thank you so much

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SarahBenne67061
SarahBenne6706117 days ago

We’re in tier 4 - I went to do the food shop yesterday and the whole retail park was mobbed! Busier than it was leading up to Christmas, people are bored at home and all they can do is go shopping 🤷🏻‍♀️

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