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5 months 3 weeks ago #680519 by Ken Brun
I'd like to get off this planet right about now.   


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680526 by Kenta
Hopefully with the entire globe of scientist working on the  vaccine, we'll have this under  control  soon.  


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680530 by Hassner
Unfortunately vaccine development takes time. 


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680540 by Photo Junky
Yep, at least 12 months.   Cross fingers.  

How are things in your area?


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680550 by JaneK
Man, how the world has changed over night.  Hope China pays some sort of penalty to help the rest of the globe for their sloppy error here.  


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680560 by Photo Amigo
Isn't that the understatement.  Wish we could restart 2020. 


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680564 by Hassner

Photo Junky wrote: Yep, at least 12 months.   Cross fingers.  

How are things in your area?


We are in day 3 of a “21 day” lockdown which I can see it going into May if the culture continues.
We are allowed to shop for essentials only.
Long queues at our shopping centres. Personal space is not part of the African culture, so no hygiene is practiced. Some still believe it is a white man’s sickness.
We only have 1187 infections, one death (according to the Dept of Heath)
But according to our lifestyle, that might spike soon. 


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680572 by Erin Young
Are there still tribes that pay no attention to world laws there?


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680576 by JaneK

Hassner wrote:

Photo Junky wrote: Yep, at least 12 months.   Cross fingers.  

How are things in your area?


We are in day 3 of a “21 day” lockdown which I can see it going into May if the culture continues.
We are allowed to shop for essentials only.
Long queues at our shopping centres. Personal space is not part of the African culture, so no hygiene is practiced. Some still believe it is a white man’s sickness.
We only have 1187 infections, one death (according to the Dept of Heath)
But according to our lifestyle, that might spike soon. 



Stay safe Hassner.   Do you have good TV services to keep you busy there?  


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680588 by Overread
And there are photos just posted about hoards of people on beaches in Florida.  So bad.  


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680595 by Chase Audate
I saw that, I thought the beaches were closed a couple weeks ago over there? 


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680601 by PeterPaulCollins
Almost everything is closed now. 


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680668 by Jessy Page
Same here and it should be till this passes by


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680677 by JaneK
It's so lonely outdoors.  I went for a walk for fresh air and roads were empty.  Creepy.  


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5 months 2 weeks ago #680695 by Hassner
We are not allowed to walk when we own a car. To the shop or to the pharmacy only!
One person per car, unless one can not drive and needs to be at an emergency.
Workers go to work by mini-taxi, one third of capacity to soace people out. Yet, in deeper darker Africa, it is anarchy. People go on as if nothing happened. Police can not take on the whole community.
Pinky, we have expensive “cable” tv which we cancelled years ago when the reruns grew.
There is enough on Netflix and the other 5 photo sites to keep me busy.
That is if the wife has no chores.


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