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  1. 'the London Economics' in reality they're not quite as grand as they sound...
  2. Poll looks a bit of an outlier rather than anything we should get too excited/wound up by right now to me.
  3. It's not ideal but might be beneficial in the long run for you! At least you've seen that it can and will and does go wrong early on.
  4. My messaround account is not looking healthy!
  5. The Royal Family official who received the bullying complaint - later dropped - is now the Cabinet Secretary, the UK's top civil servant...
  6. Think you're right, what looks to be the press release links to that. https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/newsevents/news/2021/school-staff-covid-19-antibodies-similar-other-working-age-adults-local?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social media&utm_campaign=School staff with COVID-19 antibodies similar to other working age adults in local community
  7. Yours and leftback's points are very valid, but the main gist of the article is comparing infection rates in teachers to infection rates in everyone else (including a lot of people working from home) which obviously can tell us something. The health/care figures do seem a bit out of place, think they're there more as here's what can happen scenario ie health workers got hammered. Almost a control group of what happens when the virus runs through an occupation...
  8. School staff do not have a markedly higher risk of infection than other working-age adults, a study suggests. The number of staff testing positive for Covid antibodies increased by a similar percentage to their peers while schools were fully open. Experts described the findings as "very reassuring", and suggested efforts by schools to control infections were working. They said this did not mean teachers were at zero risk, however. From https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-56238468 Edit: seems a bit unexpected really, kinda reinforces that we're still learning lots about t
  9. Happy belated birthday to recky, gazza and, of course, Whoopy.
  10. ONS did publish some infection stats by occupation this week: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditionsanddiseases/articles/coronaviruscovid19infectionsinthecommunityinengland/characteristicsofpeopletestingpositiveforcovid19inengland22february2021
  11. My Apple is down 16.5%, I've done very well there
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