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Lets forget figures, tables and % of this and that for now...

 

When do you think we will be back to "normal" ?? Just guesses will do.... 

There is obviously going to be a certain time frame for easing of restrictions.

When do you think unrestricted international travel will be available again ??

 

I'm taking an optimistic guess at September...

 

 

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Normal will take years but flights I am guessing July/August

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What ever normal will be, i guess october, november.

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To normal? Definitely not this year as far as I am concerned. My "normal life" involves 6 or 7 weeks of family holidays during March/April and in October. March/April is gone and these morons are already planning to cancel the October holidays. Normality would also involve being able to enjoy a good meal in a cosy restaurant and be able to stroll around without choking  in a stupid mask drenched in sweat. Also wonder if we will ever be able again to enjoy couple of cold beers while watching near naked nymphets undulating within smelling distance. They may just grab the opportunity to keep those decadent venues closed forever.

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It is going to be a new "Normal" and we don't have a clue what it will be !  Will have to wait till next year at least.  Definitely don't want Thailand going back to what was normal 4 months ago !!

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4 hours ago, ezzra said:

I think soon the term Normal will have a new and different meanings, time will tell what the "new normal" will be...

Normal is thousands of deaths from other causes and nobody cares.

 

I wouldnt fly overseas til next year. You should be able to drive around in July. Go somewhere nice.

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Just now, fittobethaied said:

I have long believed that there is a cure out there for every affliction on the face of the earth, but as long as healthcare is nearly 18% of GDP in the US (can't speak for other countries), these cures will continue to be suppressed for the long term interests of the big players in healthcare. Surely, researchers have known for years how to eradicate tooth decay, but just imagine the ramifications of putting the entire dental industry out of work overnight if such a cure were announced. Money is king and patients will continue to be expendable in order to maintain the status quo!

Eat calcium. My teeth are great. I eat loads of hi calcium food.

 

No great secret.

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