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15 minutes ago, pattricia said:

Many friends I know are so worked up into a state of anxiety over first the Coronavirus now the Monkey Pox virus that they are suffering from bad panic attacks. Have we ever known times like these ? 

I think that there are times in a lot of people’s lives when they can’t see the wood for the trees.

There always is and always has been plenty of things that cause anxiety,some real but a lot more that is imagined.

 

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7 minutes ago, RJRB said:

I think that there are times in a lot of people’s lives when they can’t see the wood for the trees.

There always is and always has been plenty of things that cause anxiety,some real but a lot more that is imagined.

 

I think in around ten years time we will all be saying “ Can you remember when the Coronavirus and Monkey Pox virus were rife ? 

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12 minutes ago, pattricia said:

I think in around ten years time we will all be saying “ Can you remember when the Coronavirus and Monkey Pox virus were rife ? 

According to the media, that is/was

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21 minutes ago, pattricia said:

I think in around ten years time we will all be saying “ Can you remember when the Coronavirus and Monkey Pox virus were rife ? 

Hmmm... :huh:


Well if we'll ALL be saying it, then I can't see there's too much for any of us to worry about! :)

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56 minutes ago, melthebell said:

yup, mankinds had plagues, ebola, sars, etc etc etc

 

plus war

Oh aye, we were all going to die of SARS once upon a time werent we?

 

How did that pan out?

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9 minutes ago, pattricia said:

I think in around ten years time we will all be saying “ Can you remember when the Coronavirus and Monkey Pox virus were rife ? 

Monkeypox rife?

It is not new having been isolated and identified in the 1950s.

Monkeypox is transmitted by direct contact and the current cases are suspected to be associated with close physical  human-to-human contact.

Its biology is very different to that of coronaviruses and does not kill.

 

The American Far-Right have not yet jumped on the bandwagon and have not yet provided our resident Conspiracy Theorists with anything to copy. As evidenced by their ridiculous attempts so far. 

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4 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

Oh aye, we were all going to die of SARS once upon a time werent we?

 

How did that pan out?

strangely enough isolating people and stopping air travel helped stop it

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/sars/

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14 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

Oh aye, we were all going to die of SARS once upon a time werent we?

 

How did that pan out?

It was beaten by a combination of hand washing, distancing, mask wearing, school closures and tracking and tracing.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, hackey lad said:

Stop it now , you are just posting your prejudices 

 

you only just noticed? lol

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3 hours ago, hackey lad said:

Stop it now , you are just posting your prejudices 

Barmy int it 

Yes just like now , when we can say , remember Mad cow disease and Bird Flu 

Exactly !

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All you need to know in five minutes, (you don’t want to catch it).

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