Author Topic: Corinavirus: Shopping in a pandemic environment  (Read 205 times)

celeste

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-52804625/how-to-keep-safe-while-shopping-in-a-coronavirus-pandemic

Non-essential shops will reopen on 15th June

BBC Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains.
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Parky

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Re: Corinavirus: Shopping in a pandemic environment
« Reply #1 on: 11:17:54, 27/05/20 »
Good luck to anyone shopping in primark

St Chads Lad

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Re: Corinavirus: Shopping in a pandemic environment
« Reply #2 on: 12:16:32, 27/05/20 »
 ;D ;D ;D  Yeah if those rules survive I'll be gobsmacked, Tesco already operate a one way system and no on takes any notice.
  We went to Morrisons yesterday and one trolley had a used discarded tissue in it.

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Re: Corinavirus: Shopping in a pandemic environment
« Reply #3 on: 17:48:04, 27/05/20 »
It will be a very good thing indeed if the public start disregarding these malignant 'social distancing' rules. It is abnormal and unhealthy in equal measure for us to  view every human being we come across as a receptacle filled with plague and disease. One of the many reasons this insanity needs to stop right now is the mental health issues it is creating in some people and exacerbating in those who already suffer. Those who keep themselves under perpetual house arrest and who are enthusiastic distance keepers when they are obliged to leave their sofas behind are unaware that they are likely to be bringing forward the date in the future when they finally end up throwing a seven; this is because of the damage they are doing to their immune system. Each one of us comes into contact with a multitude of viruses and bacteria every day, and it is precisely this happy fact that keeps our immunity intact. It enables our defensive armour to remain sharp, in other words.


In any case, this seemingly innocuous instruction is anything but that. It ensures that life will never be able to return to normality and it therefore guarantees the destruction of our entire civilisation in order that it can be replaced with something much, much worse. We are in for some dry interesting times ahead, unfortunately.

St Chads Lad

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Re: Corinavirus: Shopping in a pandemic environment
« Reply #4 on: 18:09:11, 27/05/20 »
It's that sinister phrase that has crept into everyday use that is used by leftards in the remainstream media on a daily basis that worries me, that phrase is 'THE NEW NORMAL', it's a bid to turn society on it's head.

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Re: Corinavirus: Shopping in a pandemic environment
« Reply #5 on: 17:27:33, 28/05/20 »
Precisely! The New Normal is a phrase for the complete collapse of our society and the imposition of a Global tyranny. The people behind all of this are, of course, the same ones who own or control approximately half of all the money in the world and who, of course, we are not allowed to criticise or even mention in any public form. Life is not going to return to what it was; if any resumption does actually occur it will be short lived and temporary, before the next panic is unleashed and the lockdown is imposed again. And again. And again. And the people will get used to the firm smack of authority very easily, as we can see from the high percentage of the population who are absolutely in love with their imprisonment and house arrest this first time around.


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