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8 minutes ago, scruffy1 said:

Hank memes

haha . shoulda remembered Sulley  at least .

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Looks like it has more in common with a flu rather than a cold.

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49 minutes ago, LogicprObe said:

 

Looks like it has more in common with a flu rather than a cold.

 

Except its genetics. (It doesn't have genes. RNAics?)

 

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Over 1000 dead in Italy now, whittling down the old age stock perhaps. And Macron and the French are apparently going ahead with the elections regardless. The show must go on !

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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/03/bolsonaro-aide-met-trump-tests-positive-covid-19-200312160741118.html

 

A Brazilian government official who attended an official meeting at Donald Trump's resort in Florida on Saturday and posted a photo of himself standing next to the United States president has tested positive for coronavirus, Brazilian officials said on Thursday.

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 Just as I suspected, they had NO long-life milk at Costco when I went to buy it. They did have two pallets of the skim milk though... (I don’t count skim as milk...)

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Scotty from marketing says please no non-essential 500 people mass gatherings starting Monday, err why Monday - why not this weekend?

Hillsong conference on the weekend.

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And apparently a footie game...

 

Cheers

 

 

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2 hours ago, Jeruselem said:

 

Hillsong conference on the weekend.

That should not worry you unduly should it ?

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10 minutes ago, eveln said:

That should not worry you unduly should it ?

 

It's an example of pollies doing favours for friends all the time.

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43 minutes ago, Jeruselem said:

 

It's an example of pollies doing favours for friends all the time.

sure ... but at the same time it's a group of religious folk still gettin' together at a time when perhaps isolation would be healthier  ... that's the bit i though perhaps would not worry you unduly 😉

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🙂

 

Being it seems to be the core of the South Korean outbreak... sort of poetic...

 

I was more amused by the enactment date allowing him to see his team play  🙂

 

Maybe he just assumes he is going to get it so why not everyone else... (actually no, I don't think that, even if his speech was unconscionably patronising...)

 

Cheers

 

 

 

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Religious gatherings and practices seem to be good at spreading it around.

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1 hour ago, LogicprObe said:

Religious gatherings and practices seem to be good at spreading it around.

 

Tuat has historically always been true. And yet it persists. One would think there'd be a selection pressure there, but apparently the extra breeding outweighs the plague deaths.

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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-03-14/church-religious-groups-say-coronavirus-cannot-infect-them/12055476

" Greek Orthodox churches across the country will allow congregations of hundreds of people to sip wine from the same spoon during mass because "the holy cup cannot carry disease," the Archdiocese said.

Greek Orthodox priests dip a spoon into a chalice of wine and place it into the mouths of parishioners, as part of communion during mass. The spoon and chalice remain the same throughout the ceremony.

A spokesperson for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, Steven Scoutas, said anyone showing signs of illness should stay away from church gatherings.

 

"But once we decide to go to church, we believe there is absolutely no possibility of contracting disease from the holy cup," he said.

"We believe that no disease or illness can exist in holy communion, which we believe is the body and blood of Christ," Reverend Scoutas said."

 

Margaret Court's church says 'Blood of Jesus' offers protection

" Victory Life Centre, which is a non-denominational Christian church in Perth founded by Margaret Court, also believes its faith will protect its congregation.

The church issued a statement on its website that said COVID-19 "will not come near our dwelling or our church family"."

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Wait COVID-19 spread like wildfire in religious Iran, a church in South Korea and religious Italy.

So COVID-19 loves religion!

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There'll be a run on the Chemist Shops now......................Hmm............looking at that, a bit of pool chlorine granules and vinegar wouldn't go astray!

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Posted a relevant clip in the WDYWatchLately thread.  There not here because it's related not "about", and a funny video not reporting.

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