I am well thank you, and you? My work sent me to the other side of the work a couple of weeks back and I was only just able to make it back to the UK in time. We are hiding out at home to avoid becoming another case the NHS has to deal with. It is likely that all of us will eventually contract it, but now is not the time to do so. There are some 'good news' stories out there, but really the constant reports of selfish people is quite depressing. I do believe that the fantastic weather we have right now will correlate with higher infections - quite unfortunate really, given the amount of rubbish weather we had prior!Hi, Exeterpyro, it is, I hope you are well?
I think its a bit of both TBH, your hearing reports still this morning all over Facebook, people packed like sardines going to work, I am still seeing people on my street meeting up. It's bonkers to a new level and no one is taking this virus seriously.
What pandemic was this?Panic buying raised the awareness about the disease, plus the Uk has food for like 1-2 years stored up.
There's like online papers(reports) about some city's during a pandemic that went on look down, but forgot about to continue to grow crop and keep livestock, so then people then died by starvation 6-12months later.