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    Great news that now have test results back and all negative for Covid-19, still feeling very rough though and today should be food shop day, but looks like I'll be giving it a miss unless feel a lot better later. I didn't think I'd be so pleased at the availability of the testing process, but it has provided a real sense of relief

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickj1000 View Post
    ... I am not trying to distort figures, these are the figures and you just have to do the equation ...
    The problem is the figures are distorted by the way they recorded. You are not getting a relevant sample to arrive at the conclusion you have. That is the point Ash and Keith are making.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KhunIanB-UK View Post
    Great news that now have test results back and all negative for Covid-19, still feeling very rough though and today should be food shop day, but looks like I'll be giving it a miss unless feel a lot better later. I didn't think I'd be so pleased at the availability of the testing process, but it has provided a real sense of relief

    So what do you reckon it was you all had? Don't drop your guard though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KhunIanB-UK View Post
    Great news that now have test results back and all negative for Covid-19, still feeling very rough though and today should be food shop day, but looks like I'll be giving it a miss unless feel a lot better later. I didn't think I'd be so pleased at the availability of the testing process, but it has provided a real sense of relief
    Great news Ian

    I took my son for a test last week, very similar symptoms. His came back negative too, obviously something else doing the rounds, or that the virus had left by the time the symptoms became significant enough to go for the test
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    Not flawed I am afraid
    Then you are clearly not an epidemiologist nor a mathematician deaths reported cover the past few weeks in some cases months that is why in clinical trials the date of death is recorded.
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    So what do you reckon it was you all had?
    obviously something else doing the rounds, or that the virus had left by the time the symptoms became significant enough to go for the test
    Two things that are "bugging" me, what is it and where did it come from. It's something not pleasant at all. Headache has disappeared, glands are still up, but only slightly, sore throats disappearing and haven't got a temperature, though feel uncomfortably hot and still worn out. Occasional cough, but better if not talking a lot. The only times I have been out from the house were on the 25/4 and 2/5, but only to Tesco and Aldi 8pm to 10pm for food shop and I was wearing mask, using steriliser and disinfectant and taking all precautions. The rest of the family hadn't been out at all, I am definitely the worst hit by it, but even James at 4 years old now has had some sneezing and coughing though not consistent. A short while ago I started to do some simple DIY and had to stop as started to get the shakes and feel really bad with a pressure build up behind my nose, sitting down again though and OK again now. Don't think going to risk a shop tonight. Confused by it all, but pleased it's not coronavirus and that haven't got that to worry about, unless it behaves in a mysterious way .
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    Sounds like it could be radiation poisoning
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Keith- View Post
    Sounds like it could be radiation poisoning
    Could be radiation from the labs .

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    Hey great news Ian. Very happy for you !

    Quote Originally Posted by KhunIanB-UK View Post
    Great news that now have test results back and all negative for Covid-19, still feeling very rough though and today should be food shop day, but looks like I'll be giving it a miss unless feel a lot better later. I didn't think I'd be so pleased at the availability of the testing process, but it has provided a real sense of relief

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    Quote Originally Posted by KhunIanB-UK View Post
    Great news that now have test results back and all negative for Covid-19, still feeling very rough though and today should be food shop day, but looks like I'll be giving it a miss unless feel a lot better later. I didn't think I'd be so pleased at the availability of the testing process, but it has provided a real sense of relief

    Good news Ian

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    So much for full consultation from downing street. Wales, Scotland and Ireland I believe say no to the change from stay At home to alert.

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    Looks like face coverings are in now in public areas, must be the new fashion. Who needs a mask when you can have a face covering. The science was correct all along, face masks no good face coverings great !

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickj1000 View Post
    So much for full consultation from downing street. Wales, Scotland and Ireland I believe say no to the change from stay At home to alert.
    There was consultation, Scotland and Wales chose not to alter their advice at this point, which is their right. No reason for England to not move on if it thinks it’s safe to start easing the restrictions.
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    My fellow North Walians are going to be up in arms about this new policy. North Wales Police were already busy little bees fining the English scally's trying to cheekily invade our mountains and beaches during lockdown. Now they've been given the green light to go out more god only knows how many are going to take their chances.

    As a North Walian, if you're going to try your luck then by all means come over, but only Rhyl beach please. That should be enough to change your mind on Wales and never come back!!

    So get on Facebook and tell your fellow friends, Baz says 'Stay out of my gaff !!' and if I only get this message across to the lovely sensible law abiding citizens on this lovely community forum then I have done my part...…..remember Stay indoors, Stay away from Wales, save lives...….
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    Depends where we're escaping from. Ever been to Great Yarmouth or Mersea-Upon-Sea? Rhyl is like the Seychelles in comparison and I've never been to Rhyl..

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    Lol

    You should try a weekend in Jaywick. Rhyl looks amazing in comparison.

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    Maybe you are right Tobias but i do not think Boris much of a team player and i rarely see the Wales minister stand his ground like this. Either way it makes me a little happier to get back to Cardiff in June. I hope and send a prayer up that Boris is correct in his decision making. Cheers
    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    There was consultation, Scotland and Wales chose not to alter their advice at this point, which is their right. No reason for England to not move on if it thinks it’s safe to start easing the restrictions.
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    My next door neighbour in cardiff tells me that the local police having been watching the main roads and stopping cars coming in since lockdown to see if they have legitimate reasons for coming in. Not sure how they know who is local or not unless they check them all. I guess it must be hard to stop every vehicle as there are so many routes. My neighbour has also cut my grass 3 times while i have been in thailand and weeded my drive and dealt with the post, cleaning every envelope and the doorknobs. Wow what a woman. I have 50 faulty chinese masks for her which she is going to repair with her sewing machine + sanitizer and gel and Thai honey. Well earned for sure !
    Quote Originally Posted by Baz M View Post
    My fellow North Walians are going to be up in arms about this new policy. North Wales Police were already busy little bees fining the English scally's trying to cheekily invade our mountains and beaches during lockdown. Now they've been given the green light to go out more god only knows how many are going to take their chances.

    As a North Walian, if you're going to try your luck then by all means come over, but only Rhyl beach please. That should be enough to change your mind on Wales and never come back!!

    So get on Facebook and tell your fellow friends, Baz says 'Stay out of my gaff !!' and if I only get this message across to the lovely sensible law abiding citizens on this lovely community forum then I have done my part...…..remember Stay indoors, Stay away from Wales, save lives...….

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAS View Post
    I think we have to accept that Thailand is not affected as bad as Europe, why?
    I believe that each state of Thailand was a no go area.
    For example.the people who live in Chiang Rai wasn't allowed to travel outside that area. The people who live in Phayao again weren't allowed to travel outside Phayao.



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    Ordinary working people keeping the country running have an increased chance of getting ill. I hope they'll be recognised after all this and attitudes toward them will change.


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    You'd like to think London Victoria is crawling with CCTV everywhere. I'm sure they will apprehend whoever did this is no time...…...unfortunately no mention of CCTV or a profile pic of said perpetrator to accompany article.

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