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Distancing and masks cut COVID-19 risk, says largest review of evidence

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

The researchers noted that the findings, while comprehensive, have some limitations for the current pandemic since most of the evidence came from studies of SARS and MERS.

Most  of?

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

"wearing a mask is not an alternative to physical distancing, eye protection or basic measures such as hand hygiene."

Tell  the  frikkin  staff in  the  shops that,  am  tired  of  telling them to  bugga  off along with me holding the items at checkout with the barcode for them so they dont touch them and they still keep trying to grab it from me, then the idiots   trying to grab the receipt to check and stamp it, again with their filthy hands even though Im holding it up so they can read it at arms length , all unnecessary handling , they  love me when I go in, in the end they give up trying to touch anything ive bought including the bill on the way out.

Still they do all have  a mask many round their chins and up and down more times than a Thai  hooker, Waste  of time probably transmitted anything all over the place in the course of a  day, thats when they stop  still huddling together for the lack of distancing, farcical.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

especially when people cough

So whats the problem with a tissue then?Gob  it  all into a mask you can fiddle  with all day instead, the same mask that should be changed when damp which must be in Thailand  about every 30  minutes with the heat, bet they dont change them weekly in practice.

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1 hour ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

0.2 percent death rate for people with bad immune system, old, sick, chronic diseases

 

rest of the world: 99.8 percent safe

 

let's all continue to panic, be afraid, social distance, use the same pen for everybody in big c, tesco, 7/11 or get spied upon where you go , spend your money, etc...

Why does UK have such a high fatality rate then? And a good no. of no risk cases died. 

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39 minutes ago, Letseng said:

Why does UK have such a high fatality rate then? And a good no. of no risk cases died. 

A high standard of accuracy in reporting?

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1 hour ago, Letseng said:

Why does UK have such a high fatality rate then? And a good no. of no risk cases died. 

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happy now ?

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1 hour ago, PETERTHEEATER said:

A high standard of accuracy in reporting?

Yes more accurate than most, Italy and Spain doesn't include deaths at home or care homes, so they are likely to surpass the UK.

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5 hours ago, tribalfusion001 said:

I refuse to participate in this madness, safe hexagons to stand in, what utter BS...

Next thing you know they'll be telling us is that tiny organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye can cause diseases.

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