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Yes, that is what young people do.  Unless there is really strong enforcement, kids will be kids.  They will party, they will live recklessly and they will throw caution to the wind.   You can't reall

WHO wants everyone to lock themselves in their rooms at home alone for the rest of their life. It's not gonna happen.

I like read international news.   It not only youth. Old idiots same.   Everyday the story in UK news is about when can go a Pub, holidays to Spain, beauty shop, etc. Covid parties

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7 hours ago, Cryingdick said:

 

Nice to see there are peaceful ways to spread the virus and you don't need to riot to do it. The people of Sturgis thank you for your business and not burning their town down.

Trying to be funny?

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On 8/9/2020 at 3:30 AM, BKKBike09 said:

All those people flouting the rules in Bournemouth lead to a massive spike in infections and deaths over the following weeks. Not.

Possibly not in Bournemouth but infections are rising in other areas where social distancing has either not taken place or been loosely adhered to. Note that some lockdown measures have been re-introduced in the Greater Manchester area where a lot of illegal raves took place. Also in Scotland where one of the main factors has been the opening of bars.

 

The fact that is doesn't seem to have happened in Bournemouth lends credence to the view that the likelihood of infection is at it greatest indoors.

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