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3 minutes ago, Kopek said:

......but could they lock down without AG drafting?

No. It's the AGs drafting team not the AG that write the legislation. 

They would also need to decide on what they want to do before the drafters can draft it though...

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8 minutes ago, manxst said:

Lol....tiresome drivel? pot and kettle methinks. 
the time for a genomic test to return and for the island to implement whichever measures are most important at that specific point in time is paramount. Your viewpoint as to it doesn’t matter as to timescale is both short sighted, idiotic and irresponsible. 

The decision to lock down or bring in measures won't be determined by genomics.    The most important aspect is always going to be contract tracing.

A generic test yielding results on Monday or Thursday isnt going to alter what we are doing.

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What they want to do is dependent on Comin. What I'm asking is, could they have locked down today if they, the Govt wanted to??? For what ever reason Comin decided, right or wrong?

Is any delay down to legislation or the whim of Comin~?

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Just now, TerryFuchwit said:

The decision to lock down or bring in measures won't be determined by genomics.    The most important aspect is always going to be contract tracing.

A generic test yielding results on Monday or Thursday isnt going to alter what we are doing.

Assuming the positive tests were this morning, we'd have the results in for Sunday morning. Within 24 hours is a figure given a number of times for urgent situations.

Correlated in real-time with contact tracing, you're both making the best use of your contact tracing team, as well as narrowing any gaps they miss.

 

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Wednesday 17 February 2021

  • Shoprite, Victoria Road, Douglas from 2:00m to 3:00pm

Friday 19 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Pulrose to Lord Street) from 11:07am to 11:19am
  • Superdrug, Strand Street, Douglas from 11:25am to 11:30am
  • Boots, Strand Street, Douglas from 11:30am to 11:35am
  • Coop, Duke Street, Douglas from 11:45am to 11:50am
  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Lord Street to Pulrose) from 12:05pm to 12:12pm
  • EVF Brown Bobby Filling Station, Peel Road, Douglas from 4:00pm to 4:10pm

Sunday 21 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 5 (Quarterbridge to the Wildlife Park) from 9:12am to 10:17am
  • Mangrove Café, The Wildlife Park, Ballaugh from 12 noon to 12:30pm
  • EVF Brown Bobby Filling Station, Peel Road, Douglas from 12:30pm to 12:40pm
  • Bus Vannin service 5 (The Wildlife Park to Quarterbridge) from 3:18pm to 4:18pm

Monday 22 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Pulrose to Lord Street) from 2:37pm to 2:49pm
  • Bus Vannin service 22H (Lord Street to St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague)) from 3:00pm to 3:20pm
  • CeX, Duke Street, Douglas from 3:00pm to 3:30pm
  • Game, Strand Shopping Centre, Strand Street, Douglas from 3:30pm to 3:45pm
  • Dealz, Strand Street, Douglas from 4:00pm to 4:15pm
  • Boots, Strand Street, Douglas from 4:15pm to 4:20pm
  • Card Factory, Strand Street, Douglas from 4:20pm to 4:25pm
  • Coop, Duke Street, Douglas from 4:30pm to 4:40pm
  • Bus Vannin service 12 (St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague) to the NSC, Groves Road, Douglas) from 7:00pm to 7:35pm

Wednesday 24 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Pulrose to Lord Street) from 2:37pm to 2:49pm
  • Bus Vannin service 22H (Lord Street to St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague)) from 3:00pm to 3:20pm
  • Bus Vannin service 12 (St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague) to the NSC, Groves Road, Douglas) from 7:00pm to 7:35pm
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3 minutes ago, TerryFuchwit said:

The decision to lock down or bring in measures won't be determined by genomics.    The most important aspect is always going to be contract tracing.

A generic test yielding results on Monday or Thursday isnt going to alter what we are doing.

Genomics would explain whether the ‘unexplained’ cases are a new cluster or part of the known one. An unexplained cluster would lead to calls for a lockdown, rightly or wrongly. Tracing will only work if people can reliable remember where they were at certain times or certain days. Genomics will improve the efficiency of tracing. This has been explained multiple times. The quicker a genomics result is returned to complement the track/trace, the better. I don’t understand how this is so hard to comprehend? 

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2 minutes ago, The Voice of Reason said:

The Uncle Ronnie Persona was one of the least funny things I’ve read in my life. Totally crass

Sorry Terry, most of us saw it as humorous attempt lifting the the level of  serious comment.

Very non PC, of course but a little light relief from the serious comments, to which you have added, what?

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10 minutes ago, snowman said:

Wednesday 17 February 2021

  • Shoprite, Victoria Road, Douglas from 2:00m to 3:00pm

Friday 19 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Pulrose to Lord Street) from 11:07am to 11:19am
  • Superdrug, Strand Street, Douglas from 11:25am to 11:30am
  • Boots, Strand Street, Douglas from 11:30am to 11:35am
  • Coop, Duke Street, Douglas from 11:45am to 11:50am
  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Lord Street to Pulrose) from 12:05pm to 12:12pm
  • EVF Brown Bobby Filling Station, Peel Road, Douglas from 4:00pm to 4:10pm

Sunday 21 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 5 (Quarterbridge to the Wildlife Park) from 9:12am to 10:17am
  • Mangrove Café, The Wildlife Park, Ballaugh from 12 noon to 12:30pm
  • EVF Brown Bobby Filling Station, Peel Road, Douglas from 12:30pm to 12:40pm
  • Bus Vannin service 5 (The Wildlife Park to Quarterbridge) from 3:18pm to 4:18pm

Monday 22 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Pulrose to Lord Street) from 2:37pm to 2:49pm
  • Bus Vannin service 22H (Lord Street to St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague)) from 3:00pm to 3:20pm
  • CeX, Duke Street, Douglas from 3:00pm to 3:30pm
  • Game, Strand Shopping Centre, Strand Street, Douglas from 3:30pm to 3:45pm
  • Dealz, Strand Street, Douglas from 4:00pm to 4:15pm
  • Boots, Strand Street, Douglas from 4:15pm to 4:20pm
  • Card Factory, Strand Street, Douglas from 4:20pm to 4:25pm
  • Coop, Duke Street, Douglas from 4:30pm to 4:40pm
  • Bus Vannin service 12 (St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague) to the NSC, Groves Road, Douglas) from 7:00pm to 7:35pm

Wednesday 24 February 2021

  • Bus Vannin service 21B (Pulrose to Lord Street) from 2:37pm to 2:49pm
  • Bus Vannin service 22H (Lord Street to St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague)) from 3:00pm to 3:20pm
  • Bus Vannin service 12 (St Ninian’s Lower School (Bemahague) to the NSC, Groves Road, Douglas) from 7:00pm to 7:35pm

Wish they’d list the new places separately rather than play spot the fucking difference. 

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1 hour ago, Numbnuts said:

Reading the places listed that people might be at risk. Goes from 17th feb to 24th feb. and alot of Bus journeys . Driver maybe ?? 

Timings suggest not a school kid (to the school at 1520, away at 1900). Would be more than a couple of busses if it was a driver

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