- Mar 17, 2013
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- Ulverston Cumbria.
I accept that 'we' are still fairly low down on the learning curve regarding this particular virus but there are other earlier pandemic examples on which the authorities are modelling their responses, so it is not a blank sheet of paper or make it up as you go along. And I also accept that the number of cases and deaths arising will increase before the situation become fully under control, as it inevitably will, as has happened in the past with these things.Twelve more patients in England have tested positive for coronavirus, taking the total number of UK cases to 35.
Do they fully disinfect the ambulance every time they have had someone with the virus inside?Lads I'm in Sth east Ireland and a man was taken out from a residential property by ambulance in full body protection gear also ambulance men fully covered its here
I agree at the moment you are more likely to die from being in a car accident than by catching the virus but having had the first case here where the person had not been abroad i fear the numbers are going to increase dramatically over the next few weeks, we will not see 26c here for months so the virus will survive here much longer than in hot countries and with no vaccine on the horizon i think we are in for some tough times.you are significantly more likely to die from a road accident vs. catching and dying from coronavirus even assuming you are not a fit and healthy individual with the capacity to fight it, and for every coronavirus case in the UK there about two million who haven't caught it .