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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    This is an important point. I'd suggest anyone on here bitching about how slow the rollout is and the EU decision to stop the shipment to maintain their own supply gets loud about the dire state of health and medical research funding via their local MP, or twitter with the hashtag...
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    Game Day West Coast vs Cockburn Rd 1 Ansett Cup

    Another bullshit free
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    Game Day West Coast vs Cockburn Rd 1 Ansett Cup

    How's that a free to Fyfe when they clash heads? Hope he's alright
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    News Willie Rioli - 2 yr ban. Returns 20/8/21 (165 days)

    Jesus christ that Rojo kick still gives me the willies. Redeemed himself in the crucial play in the dying minutes of the GF with the risky kick to the middle versus 3 swans
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    News Willie Rioli - 2 yr ban. Returns 20/8/21 (165 days)

    Fantastic result and will be a massive boost leading into finals should we be in the hunt. I wonder if details of what actually happened will be released.
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    News Willie Rioli - 2 yr ban. Returns 20/8/21 (165 days)

    33 months- Most common urine substitution ban. Reckon they'll be going for max 30 months so he can play next year.
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    An interesting read: "the coronavirus is here to stay" https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-00396-2?utm_source=twt_nnc&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=naturenews
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    Given there isn't much data on whether transmission is also reduced post-vaccination, there won't be normality until all at-risk groups are vaccinated.
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    Get on them! 6pm tomorrow
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    If close contacts are testing negative then it's likely fine, the spread will stop at the first round of contact which has been mapped. Still 50-odd casual contacts to get results from. If they're negative, then Perth is in the clear, even if they become positive while quarantining.
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    Interesting points, I'll have a crack! 1. Probably not, but it's an unprecedented situation so they would be learning on the spot. After 10 months you would think better systems would be in place though. Definitely time to up the training for staff. 2. Had a chat to a doctor mate about this...
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    It's entirely possible that if the medication drop happened not long after a meal pickup, the infected person could have coughed droplets out of the room (when they picked up their food) that were still hanging around when the security guard left the medication. If no mask was worn, it's an easy...
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    Housemates tested negative didn't they say, so even if they become positive, they wouldn't have had the viral load between being exposed and quarantining to infect others. It's a good sign as well as they would have had maximal exposure and are still negative, so all potential positives will...
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    Me? Yeah, more in hope than anything. I wouldn't be surprised if Boris is taken down by his own party as the lockdowns go on and the public get sick of the mismanagement. I'll quote the post for sure in 4 years if he's still there and gets booted out though :p
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    Analysis Coronavirus - The Impact IV “Phasing into the New Normal”

    Bit of a beat up in terms of the rage. Most people on the ground are wondering why for a long time borders haven't been closed, covid testing for travelling wasn't mandatory and there has been little enforcement of covid rules (I for one had neighbours that were having multiple parties during...