Is that it!? Coronavirus!Watch
So delaying the inevitable=more (Young or old) ppl will die, containing everything now=time for vaccine)
There is no. vaccine - it will be months until one will be developed and in the meantime we just have to trudge on. The majority of us have immune systems which will largely protect us. Mine has and I will be putting mine on the frontline this week and the next to help all of you
Look - this is a war situation - we don't know what is happening. But we do know that it harms old people - so the logic. There is no al thing to do is isolate the oldsters.
There is no. vaccine - it will be months until one will be developed and in the meantime we just have to trudge on. The majority of us have immune systems which will largely protect us. Mine has and I will be putting mine on the frontline this week and the next to help all of
Clearly a decent health professional won't have the time to see what is going on at the TSR.
have you any idea how many health professionals are actually here?
“The message is clear – keep calm and carry on
Other countries are closing schools, restricting movement and banning mass gatherings.
But health officials in the UK are taking a much more gradual, step-by-step approach. Why?
The obvious answer is that we have a relatively low number of confirmed cases so there is no need to take steps that will have profound social and economy consequences.
But we are also in this for the long haul. Countries taking drastic steps may well slow transmission. But how long can those steps be sustained?
At some point they have to be lifted and then the number of cases will rise.
If you can have some kind of controlled transmission, where the number of cases are kept low enough to allow the NHS to cope, is that a better way of managing it?
That’s certainly what the experts and ministers in the UK have decided. They believe it gives them the best chance of saving lives in the inevitable spread of the virus across the country.“
Okay Nick, when my mum with cancer gets infected we’ll see if my family should #keepcalmandcarryon
Mikel Arteta has it. We're all doomed.