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Next lockdown coming soon?

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weve had months of little traffic on the roads. no queuing for a cup of coffee ---but its all bloody changed.
We went for flu jabs this morning The roads were packed the coffee bars full--bloody horrible.
Any news of the next lock down?
 

Waspie

War Hero
Has there been a lock down???

Road outside my place has never been busier than this year. Wall to wall grockles!!! All queueing to go look at a light house!!!! (Menatl). Normal years we get a fair amount of traffic but this year - it's like they announced Black Friday at Portland Bill every day since February!!!!!

Mind you, the Lemmings and professional plummeters, (Climbers), can't help but clamber around the rocks and get into difficulties so I appreciate that. I get a weekly dose of emergency services 'Nee Nawing' past too!! And being a ex Woo, the odd Coast Guard chopper so thanks again Lemmings!!!!
 

WreckerL

War Hero
Super Moderator
Kernow land was the lowest for cases in the UK, lockdown lifted, Cornwall rammed to gills with emmets on holiday who have mainly gone back up country now and guess what..Cornwall cases have gone up! The SW is still lowest in England but watch this space.
 

soleil

War Hero
Kernow land was the lowest for cases in the UK, lockdown lifted, Cornwall rammed to gills with emmets on holiday who have mainly gone back up country now and guess what..Cornwall cases have gone up! The SW is still lowest in England but watch this space.

I was reading something online yesterday, WreckerL, about there possibly being a case on the Isles Of Scilly.

They had managed to be completely Covid free over all these months and then .......

The people there have been very worried because they only have modest health provision and several cases, especially as quite a few of the people who live there are older, would have stretched their health care provision beyond its capabilities.
 

WreckerL

War Hero
Super Moderator
I was reading something online yesterday, WreckerL, about there possibly being a case on the Isles Of Scilly.

They had managed to be completely Covid free over all these months and then .......

The people there have been very worried because they only have modest health provision and several cases, especially as quite a few of the people who live there are older, would have stretched their health care provision beyond its capabilities.
It's all over the local news, as you'd expect, normally followed by caravan park owners, publicans, theatre operators, attractions etc coming on whinging about how they're losing money and the lockdown isn't fair blah blah blah.

I think it was Andrew Lloyd Webber was on the radio saying it's a travesty and theatres should be a special case, you know the man, Andrew Lloyd Webber , the multi-millionaire who owns seven theatres :rolleyes:
 
Kernow land was the lowest for cases in the UK, lockdown lifted, Cornwall rammed to gills with emmets on holiday who have mainly gone back up country now and guess what..Cornwall cases have gone up! The SW is still lowest in England but watch this space.

Mmmm - Perhaps some of the locals left the area and returned from infested destinations wearing the virus?

Shock Horror No - fart ooo easy - Musta bin them gold-spending emmets, innit Jan-Boi me and sum...

:ROLL:
 
Just got back from our grand tour - Moray and Cromarty via a few days in Northumberland. Could not believe how busy it was - lines of caravans and camper vans heading up the A9 to Inverness - and Bamburgh in Northumberland was the busiest we’ve ever seen it - hotels and pubs very busy - but that might change again now - BUT - definitely seem to take it more serious north of the border - all shop and hotel staff fully masked up at all times and masks required and expected everywhere unless sta down to eat or drink - meanwhile rules regularly ignored by locals and tourists alike in England - so definitely felt more secure in Scotland
 

Waspie

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Just got back from our grand tour - Moray and Cromarty via a few days in Northumberland. Could not believe how busy it was - lines of caravans and camper vans heading up the A9 to Inverness - and Bamburgh in Northumberland was the busiest we’ve ever seen it - hotels and pubs very busy - but that might change again now - BUT - definitely seem to take it more serious north of the border - all shop and hotel staff fully masked up at all times and masks required and expected everywhere unless sta down to eat or drink - meanwhile rules regularly ignored by locals and tourists alike in England - so definitely felt more secure in Scotland
Now Bamburgh, that's the place to lose a few grockles. Used to get nice swathes of quicksand there!!!!
 

Sumo

War Hero
Mmmm - Perhaps some of the locals left the area and returned from infested destinations wearing the virus?

Shock Horror No - fart ooo easy - Musta bin them gold-spending emmets, innit Jan-Boi me and sum...

:ROLL:
One of the reasons for an increase in Guzz. Bullet proof teens went on a Greek piss up holiday, about 20 of them I think, at least half tested positive, some of them went down the Barbican pissing up on their return?
 

fishhead

War Hero
I'd like to say how delighted I am that the Uni kids are returning for the new term. They are now able to infect one another rather than spreading it around their home towns.
 

Alfacharlie

War Hero
I'd like to say how delighted I am that the Uni kids are returning for the new term. They are now able to infect one another rather than spreading it around their home towns.
Central News shown them all on a run ashore in Brum last night.
Last night of freedom.. Allegedly.
 
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