Author Topic: Manchester Markets to return with crowd control  (Read 136 times)


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Manchester's Christmas markets are set to return after they were cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The event, which attracts thousands of visitors, is due to take place over six sites in the city between 12 November and 22 December.

Councillor Pat Karney said there would be "fairly strict crowd control" with designated entrances and exits to prevent virus transmission.

"We want to keep all the traders and public safe," he said.

In 2020, two scaled-down versions were opened to support local independent traders who would have set up at the usual Christmas markets.
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Re: Manchester Markets to return with crowd control
« Reply #1 on: 17:21:23, 20/09/21 »
Spot on, Mr Karnage, or whatever you’re called!

It is essential to have designated entrances and exits because, by jingo, this cunning little blighter of a virus knows exactly which way you are coming in and going out! And that’s in addition to its ability to tell the time, read the calendar, count the number of people in a group, calculate how many different households they come from, keep track of the direction in which they are walking, and distinguish between the seated and the standing, as well as between those who are are eating and those who are yet to commence mastication. Truly, this micro-organism is the most sophisticated form of life ever to evolve on our planet. And it is courteous enough to respect the fact that some dedicated mask wearers might drop theirs for several minutes in order to ‘take fluids on board’ or smoke a fag. We can only wait and watch with our mouths wide open and our faces agog until it’s next incredible achievement is unveiled before our eyes! It is surely just a matter of weeks before The Virus uncovers the secrets of time travel and cold nuclear fusion. YES!!!!

Seriously, does anybody out there STILL believe in the “pandemic”?


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