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  • Spac
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    Rather than having two overlapping but disjointed threads, I am going to close this thread and direct all Coronavirus discussion to the other thread.
    https://www.dirtbikeworld.net/forum/...-is-armageddon

    This thread will not be deleted.
    You are still welcome to discuss the pandemic.
    You are not being silenced.
    This is just a boring administrative move.
    If you have a genuine concern about this thread being closed, then make sure you have a coherent argument and PM me .

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  • pk
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    Originally posted by Tom68 View Post
    You know, they could have tuned in to DBW and saved all that hand washing BS, I did get several weeks work making sanitizer stands though, better than getting paid to do nothing back then like half the country.


    - just more condescending drivel & platitudes
    BC paid to look very interested

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  • Tom68
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    You know, they could have tuned in to DBW and saved all that hand washing BS, I did get several weeks work making sanitizer stands though, better than getting paid to do nothing back then like half the country.


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  • OldManRiver
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    Originally posted by pk View Post

    “All you need is adequate hydration, water, bedrest, if you have analgesics for pain, and antipyretic, for fever.”
    adequate hydration AND water! - a double dose of wetness.

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  • pk
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    **seems there is very little to worry about after all ?


    Infectious diseases expert Robert Booy said the vast majority of Covid-19 positive people are able to manage the virus well at home, as case numbers rise in record numbers across Australia.

    Professor Booy assured people that adequate hydration, water and rest would help to manage symptoms which normally are mild and should pass in a few days to a week.

    “Most people can manage at home, and can manage well,” he told Sunrise.

    “They will not get severe symptoms. They will get a cough, fever, lethargy and fatigue, and they will get better over a few days to a week.

    “All you need is adequate hydration, water, bedrest, if you have analgesics for pain, and antipyretic, for fever.”

    He said people should look out for chest pain, worsening breathlessness and lethargy as worrying symptoms that might need further medical attention.

    “For people with chronic conditions or lung disease, some are given an oximeter, a special machine to measure the amount of oxygen in your blood, and you know where you need more attention or to go to hospital if your oxygen saturation is dropping.”

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  • pk
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    Originally posted by poper View Post
    Has anyone here lined up ????? and why?????, i mean on tv/ news etc you see endless lines in cars, people standing in the sun, rain , wind etc for hours or days even, do all these people have sore throats , or by law are forced to stand in a line playing with their smart phone and sneezing on each other, or is it something to do for the holidays? you never hear of rich famous people lining up[was that James Packer lined up in the Porsche 911 gt4 in front of me] , im also confused[not as confused as hairy, but confused non the less]
    Apparenlty lots of unhappy people 'forced' to line-up to get a test in order to travel and then finding out they are positive (not sick or symptomatic)

    *the madness continues . . . . . . . . . .

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  • Tom68
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    Originally posted by poper View Post
    Has anyone here lined up ????? and why?????, i mean on tv/ news etc you see endless lines in cars, people standing in the sun, rain , wind etc for hours or days even, do all these people have sore throats , or by law are forced to stand in a line playing with their smart phone and sneezing on each other, or is it something to do for the holidays? you never hear of rich famous people lining up[was that James Packer lined up in the Porsche 911 gt4 in front of me] , im also confused[not as confused as hairy, but confused non the less]
    Once last year when I was doing my day and a half of isolation, straight in, straight out, just coz I could, didn't collect the 450 bux.

    I won't be getting tested again, if I do get sick I'll just keep check with a pulse oximeter.

    Just as well you can't get tested in Vic, otherwise we might have numbers like these.

    NSW now.jpg
    Last edited by Tom68; 05-01-2022, 10:05 AM.

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  • poper
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    Has anyone here lined up ????? and why?????, i mean on tv/ news etc you see endless lines in cars, people standing in the sun, rain , wind etc for hours or days even, do all these people have sore throats , or by law are forced to stand in a line playing with their smart phone and sneezing on each other, or is it something to do for the holidays? you never hear of rich famous people lining up[was that James Packer lined up in the Porsche 911 gt4 in front of me] , im also confused[not as confused as hairy, but confused non the less]

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  • hairyone
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    All very confusing... Mods merge threads please.

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  • Tom68
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    No excess deaths for OZ, included NZ as a virtually covid free comparison.

    Excess deaths.jpg

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  • Spac
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    Originally posted by tmac450 View Post

    No, she was born in NSW went to school in Sydney's Hills district
    I meant the Delta that attacks your lungs, not the one that attacks your ears.

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  • OldManRiver
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    Originally posted by Spac View Post
    Delta originated in India.
    Yeah I worked that out a couple of hours later. Didnt think it important enough to correct the record.

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  • tmac450
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    Originally posted by Spac View Post

    Delta originated in India.
    No, she was born in NSW went to school in Sydney's Hills district

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  • axel
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    Vic police. Spray the offender with caps spray and then disinfectant. Then another round of caps spray. Job done.

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  • Spac
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    Originally posted by OldManRiver View Post
    Didnt Delta originally come from South Africa too?
    Norman Swan was speculating this morning that this new variant will be more infectious, but less deadly, than the previous (as per the virus mutation handbook).

    Note that Africa is the centre of human genomic diversity - not a beneficial place for deadly diseases to develope.
    Delta originated in India.

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