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I will get mine in the next couple of months in NZ...Front line staff are being vaccinated first (in Managed Quarantine facilities) then primary care (GP surgeries etc and ED) then hospitals and onwards. As we don't have and community cases makes sense. I feel a little uneasy they are opening the bo...
Have you tried looking on Amazeon? Just a thought
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We had friends in quarantine in Australia at the same time we were in quarantine in Thailand. Although they are Australian nationals, unlike us foreigners in Thailand, they had to stay in a hotel, at their own expense, and not leave their room or open their windows for 14 days. Yep same here in NZ ...
I have always said that any head of government no matter what country they are in knew how to deal with this outbreak. If they don't then the scientists do and so do public health and so do epidemiologists...this is about standing back (leaders being able to put aside their egos) and allowing those...
....I don't pretend to be an expert but it seems to me that the majority of these viruses originate from either close contact with intensively farmed animals or the illegal meat trade in wild animals. We need more vegetarians and vegans! Or, at the very least organic naturally farmed livestock. I c...
What really gets me about the Trump handling of the virus is the way he referred to it as the 'Chinese' virus. For goodness sake, the so-called 'Spanish Flu', which killed more than Covid has so far, had nothing to do with Spain, and in all likelihood it originated in the USA. I won't talk about th...
..... But it has to start somewhere, and I am not entirely dismissive of the idea that it was man made, and planned. ... ilona https://bgr.com/2020/03/19/coronavirus-update-covid-19-is-a-natural-evolution-not-man-made/ Which in summary says teams of researchers have analyzed the genome of the virus...
Now that is a fabulous idea....I've not done a frozen pudding. We always wait till midwinters here and then have a "Christmas dinner" then when the weather is right for it lol.. Christmas is always BBQ's of some sort - Toby likes to do something different every year - so this year we had a smoked br...
When you think how many people the flu kills each year (WHO reckon 250-650,000) and as Coronaviruses do that has mutated ...COVID is going to behave in exactly the same way (as it has already started doing). What I don't understand if I'm being completely honest is why there are so many conspiracy t...
Yes to the kettle thing. Me too ....why I have a stove top kettle ...And electric plugs - you used to be able to replace a plug, now it's all moulded together and if something stops working no way of telling if it's the plug or the appliance. Once it's out of the warranty period then that plug is g...
I think Corona viruses will sit on hard surfaces and they can last longer that way (as opposed to landing on cardboard/material which probably either absorbs or breaks the outer membrane of the cell. I know in Auckland they had a case which they could only put down to a lift button. Someone who test...
I love celery...cooked and raw. Raw I like to smear some peanut butter in the concave side ...delicious. I also love celery hearts steamed and either eaten just like that or with cheese sauce on them
I will have to look those up....I love the Vicar of Dibley although I don't know if it would be the same if they did it now....the absence of the Alice Tinker character, just for one, would be immense
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