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Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by aposhark, Mar 4, 2020.
That's exactly how I would have crossed, waded through the river, looks a beautiful place.
I would definitely recommend it. A stout pair of shoes is ideal. It’s £10 for parking if booked in advance. And there are tea rooms but they aren’t fully open cos of Covid of course.
I know the story isn't in the UK but.....
Vitamin D. The truth about a Covid coverup.
That's basically still saying they don't think there is real evidence of any protective effect.
The Coronovirus daily figures in the U.K. beginning to look very good right now. Do we give credit to Boris and his team for some success?
The only thing they got right was this last lockdown and even that started 2 months too late, it should have been a continuation of the November lockdown and Christmas should never have happened, implementation of the vaccination program I would be willing to give them some credit for but really that is just a little grudging credit for finally having listened to the scientific advice.
I am also still very unhappy about them ignoring the trial 4 week implementation period for the Pfizer vaccine, I will grant they had some evidence for longer spacing for the Oxford AZ vaccine.
The real credit belongs to the vaccine researchers and developers.
I thought that might drag you out of your slumber, Oss.
Well it was literally slumber.
Just been to Nando’s with Mrs Ash and the 8yo. First time for yonks. We had to sit outside of course, but we enjoyed it.
It is easy to complain but it can be harder to give credit where it is due.
We all agree that the clamp down should have been earlier right from the start but I don't think any other political party would have done much better, or much worse either.
Exactly, would any other party done any better?