I went to Wylde MTB park for a solo ride and was surprised to see so people happily using the bike wash facilities, fek that, bike wash can wait till I get home. That place will get shutdown.Social distancing with your mates:
Two utes. Five guys. Day on the beach fishing.
Yeah but they are mates, mates wouldn’t give mates COVID19, that’d be un-Strayan.
As long as this shit goes on, lockdowns will continue.
It’s the Qld Electoral Commission’s decision apparently, not a political decision.It will be interesting to see Qld new infection stats over the next 2/3 weeks. Anna and the alp may have done a donald.
Doesn't actually have to work. As long as the box is ticked on the government things-to-do sheet then all is fine and dandy.This sign is at the entry to glenrock lagoon. Doesn't seem too urgent to close it down. I dont think many people would pay attention if they did.
I was told a different story. The elections can be postponed. Anyway hopefully there wont be a spike due to this.It’s the Qld Electoral Commission’s decision apparently, not a political decision.
I assume that there would be legislation to avoid a sitting politician postponing an election indefinitely. But, FFS it is such a dumb outcome.
Still though, you need to be coughed on or near someone who sneezed to cope a dose that will most likely on infect you.. If you take precautions like wearing gloves to the supermarket you reduce hand contact of the virus, which is the most likely way to catch it. Catching it off fruit or containers is a risk but again, washing your hands after touching materials and before you eat lowers the risk significantly. Most research is showing it’s not contact with a trace amount of the virus that will infect you, it’s the load amount. So if you touch heaps of stuff with little bits of the virus on it, without washing your hands, the risk is far greater..How often are people venturing out for supplies? Here’s a thought that’s probably stating the obvious, but if we really want to minimise community transfer:
It takes 3-5 days for someone with COVID-19 to develop symptoms; if you or someone else in your household goes to the shops or interacts with others, logic suggests you should all stay at home for at least the next five days. If no one in the house gets sick during that period then you’re still healthy and you can go out again - you are unlikely to be a spreader of the disease.
If anyone in the house gets sick however, you’re all a few days into the 14 day isolation period. When you shop, you should really be buying for the next two weeks or so in case you need to be in isolation.