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13 hours ago, Happier diner said:

I was in a pub in Port erin. Same there. We are getting on with life. 

Out in a few in Douglas on Saturday after a meal in Bonzai, didn’t see a mask in any establishment.

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Let's wait until we get into the winter and the high season for completely natural and common respiratory ailments. I just hope our government hold the line and don't capitulate to the doom mongers who will, no doubt about it, be very vocal in wanting to send us back to the dark ages again.

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There’s now a weekly report from public health of statistics etc.

60% of the 15 in hospital double vaccinated & 40% not, so with c80% of adults vaccinated the % of population unvaccinated & in hospital is much higher.

Andy Wint was of course highlighted the negatives eg 4th wave coming in autumn, schools will spread, hospital under pressure etc 

https://covid19.gov.im/media/1839/weekly-surveillance-report-190821.pdf

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19 hours ago, Derek Flint said:

I was in the Trafford Centre today (a bit like The Strand Centre But nowhere near as good.) tens of thousands there, fair bit of mask wearing. 

Folk really are just getting on with it now.

Thanks for the update Derek.

Good to see your observation skills trained within the Police force, probably to the tune of £2,000,000 to the Manx taxpayer are now being so expertly demonstrated in the UK amidst your retirement. 

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3 hours ago, Banker said:

There’s now a weekly report from public health of statistics etc.

60% of the 15 in hospital double vaccinated & 40% not, so with c80% of adults vaccinated the % of population unvaccinated & in hospital is much higher.

Andy Wint was of course highlighted the negatives eg 4th wave coming in autumn, schools will spread, hospital under pressure etc 

https://covid19.gov.im/media/1839/weekly-surveillance-report-190821.pdf

The article on manx radio web page is a bit confusing. It states that there are people in hospital being treated for covid 19.....some being asymptomatic. How does that work?

 

Nine of 15 have had two doses

More than half of the patients receiving treatment for coronavirus in Noble's Hospital have received two vaccines.

The details have been published in a new weekly coronavirus report from Public Health Isle of Man.

The newly-launched report shows there were 15 people in hospital up to 17 August, with nine having had two Covid jabs.

Eight of those were displaying Covid symptoms, while one was asymptomatic.

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7 minutes ago, Happier diner said:

The article on manx radio web page is a bit confusing. It states that there are people in hospital being treated for covid 19.....some being asymptomatic. How does that work?

 

Nine of 15 have had two doses

More than half of the patients receiving treatment for coronavirus in Noble's Hospital have received two vaccines.

The details have been published in a new weekly coronavirus report from Public Health Isle of Man.

The newly-launched report shows there were 15 people in hospital up to 17 August, with nine having had two Covid jabs.

Eight of those were displaying Covid symptoms, while one was asymptomatic.

Don’t know but maybe they were admitted for something else and Covid showed up in testing 

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37 minutes ago, Happier diner said:

The article on manx radio web page is a bit confusing. It states that there are people in hospital being treated for covid 19.....some being asymptomatic. How does that work?

 

Nine of 15 have had two doses

More than half of the patients receiving treatment for coronavirus in Noble's Hospital have received two vaccines.

The details have been published in a new weekly coronavirus report from Public Health Isle of Man.

The newly-launched report shows there were 15 people in hospital up to 17 August, with nine having had two Covid jabs.

Eight of those were displaying Covid symptoms, while one was asymptomatic.

I suppose what it means is that even if asymptomatic, once tested positive, the patient will still have to be subject to the enhanced hygiene management of any Covid patient. 

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3 hours ago, Darkness Incarnate said:

Thanks for the update Derek.

Good to see your observation skills trained within the Police force, probably to the tune of £2,000,000 to the Manx taxpayer are now being so expertly demonstrated in the UK amidst your retirement. 

Idiot. 

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1 hour ago, kevster said:

Don’t know but maybe they were admitted for something else and Covid showed up in testing 

 

1 hour ago, Gladys said:

I suppose what it means is that even if asymptomatic, once tested positive, the patient will still have to be subject to the enhanced hygiene management of any Covid patient. 

It clearly says being treated for covid 19. How do you treat someone with no symptoms.

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2 hours ago, cissolt said:

Are we not still subscribing to the kids can't transmit it theory?

No it appears here we are subscribing to the fact that as it hardly affects kids and the adults are old enough to take care of themselves then we as a society, at the moment, are letting kids maintain their innocence and not placing more unnecessary pressure on their young shoulders. Which is exactly the correct approach.  

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