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Just a quick one to all the fans still in the NE to say - stay safe with all the new measures in place. Look after one another. ❤️

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A happy day.. I have rerurned to work as me, my gyrlfrind and niece have teste negative 💪

36 hours wait from the actual test.. Quite Quick concidering how many tests being done daily! 

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46 minutes ago, SmogDane said:

A happy day.. I have rerurned to work as me, my gyrlfrind and niece have teste negative 💪

36 hours wait from the actual test.. Quite Quick concidering how many tests being done daily! 

I would hope your girlfriend and niece were teste negative :).....being serious, glad for you mate...take care and stay safe

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19 hours ago, SmogDane said:

A happy day.. I have rerurned to work as me, my gyrlfrind and niece have teste negative 💪

36 hours wait from the actual test.. Quite Quick concidering how many tests being done daily! 

My daughter was tested 11 days ago and still not had a result. Might send a letter into Kier see if he can ask Boris about it.....🤔

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As someone who got a job as a Deputy Manager in a pub to help get him through the pandemic whilst his main sector - the Entertainment industry - was being outright buggered from lack of adequate support, can I just say?

... *** the government.

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3 minutes ago, Snowblind said:

As someone who got a job as a Deputy Manager in a pub to help get him through the pandemic whilst his main sector - the Entertainment industry - was being outright buggered from lack of adequate support, can I just say?

... *** the government.

You've been shafted there bud!

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The measures are necessary, but I can't help but wonder if we acted quicker, stricter and a bit longer, in terms of the original lockdown being imposed, how much better off we'd be now.

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8 minutes ago, Snowblind said:

As someone who got a job as a Deputy Manager in a pub to help get him through the pandemic whilst his main sector - the Entertainment industry - was being outright buggered from lack of adequate support, can I just say?

... *** the government.

Excuse my ignorance but have the pubs just been closed in the UK?

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1 minute ago, Blanco said:

Excuse my ignorance but have the pubs just been closed in the UK?

Announced that they will close at 10pm (because the virus likes an early night) new measures are including off-licences too.

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2 minutes ago, DanFromDownSouth said:

new measures are including off-licences too.

Just to clarify, alcohol sales in Supermarkets and off-licences have a 10pm cut off.

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1 minute ago, DanFromDownSouth said:

Announced that they will close at 10pm (because the virus likes an early night) new measures are including off-licences too.

Thanks Dan. Pubs that don’t serve food only opened yesterday for the first time since March here in Ireland. Don’t think that this virus is going to go away anytime soon unfortunately 

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1 minute ago, Blanco said:

Thanks Dan. Pubs that don’t serve food only opened yesterday for the first time since March here in Ireland. Don’t think that this virus is going to go away anytime soon unfortunately 

No problem. Yeah I think you're right in terms of it not going away soon. I think eventually it'll just become part of flu-season. The seasonal flu jab will include the Covid-19 vaccine (when it's available).

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