Given that I am in my mid seventies it's a bit of a worry but I live in a quiet area which will enable me to stay out of circulation as much as possible.
Cat dozer, push them over the side.
Good news.Latest update:
Back in Heathrow, waiting for my flight to Aberdeen.
Gouged by BA on the last leg, but no surprises there.
Interesting that people are now taking ‘social distancing’ very seriously here. But it’s easy to do as there are not many people.
The place is nearly empty, all the eateries are closed, all the other shops are closed, except for Boots where you can ‘build your own horror bag’. Somehow I’m mildly disappointed there’s no wagon wheels.
Most people in T5 seem to be going home.
That would be my sense too - but will reserve judgement until enough reliable empirical data is available...A pair of public health experts from Stanford, Drs. Eran Bendavid and Jay Bhattacharya, warn Americans in a Wall Street Journal editorial that the current estimates about the coronavirus' fatality rate may be too high by "orders of magnitude."
Hope the cnuts have the book thrown at them and both forcibly immersed in bleach.Not quite sure on which of the China Virus threads to post this gem:
Two men were arrested after staff at Canberra businesses were coughed and spat at in two separate incidents on Friday, in what ACT Policing say were threatening acts related to the spread of COVID-19.www.abc.net.au
What did make me smile was that one of the 'men', and I use that term loosely, is from the Canberra suburb of Hackett.
Agreed. At times like these, any @#£& need to be treated as such. Folks could loose family thanks to idiots who won't comply.Oh I do like a good old fashioned Sweeping Leg Kick, works for me everytime. Usually followed by two man double wristlock and application of handcuffs, and liberal dose of pain.