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Same happened in this case albeit slightly differently @sne. His timeline was Coronavirus symptoms on the 19th February 2020 and he tested positive for the virus on the 21st March 2020.  

 

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44 minutes ago, Genie said:

Who is going to clap on their doorstep tonight then?

I might hose my arse on the patio though

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1 hour ago, LakotaDakota said:

up 103 today to 578.

If the 2 weeks behind italy thing was correct we should have passed 1000 today so looks like it is progressing more slowly over here

How's your symptoms mate?

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56 minutes ago, Genie said:

Who is going to clap on their doorstep tonight then?

The clap for the workers of the NHS. 
 

Whoever came up with that strapline deserves a medal. 

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7 minutes ago, Jareth said:

I might hose my arse on the patio though

We're sort of lucky that this didn't come a few months earlier.

Memories of a Christmas fecked, and a New Year washing your crack out in the freezing garden.

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Clap for the nhs has seemed to somehow morph into bonfire night mkII

Any excuse for a firework. Dog is going mental 🙄
 

 

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Just now, KHV said:

Clap for the nhs has seemed to somehow morph into bonfire night mkII

Any excuse for a firework. Dog is going mental 🙄
 

 

Yes, there do suddenly seem to be lots of fireworks

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Just now, Lichfield Dean said:

Yes, there do suddenly seem to be lots of fireworks

It’s like Saigon here 😂

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39 minutes ago, Jon said:

How's your symptoms mate?

Still the same really, Feel ok for the most part but still out of breath easy & struggle a bit at night, same for you?

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Wow.

Whole street out clapping whilst singing "null and void" over and over.

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Loads of clapping in the streets around here, my missus wanted to go out for a look. It was quite nice to hear so many people give a standing ovation. I haven’t clapped in unison with strangers since the old days of football matches. 
 

my rendition of my old man said, didn’t get much appreciation though... 

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21 minutes ago, Xann said:

We're sort of lucky that this didn't come a few months earlier.

Memories of a Christmas fecked, and a New Year washing your crack out in the freezing garden.

If ever there is a time to be locked in your house i guess this is probably the best time of year to do it, Not too hot, not too cold so don't need central heating or fans to try and stay at a comfortable temp. Bit of sunshine & generally warm enough to sit in the garden if you have one. Would be far less fun doing this in the middle of summer/winter

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That made me a tad emotional.  I live in a large apartment complex (surrounding communal gardens) and the sound was immense.  I am proud at this moment - we will beat this. 

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It was more like classic Beirut here, with a smattering of school play. 

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No fireworks here in Portsmouth near to the dockyard - just people clapping, cheering and what sounded like soothing music from the dockyard itself :)

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I went out at 8 and it was like being at the sty on match day.....silence !!!!! 

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