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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    Coronavirus: Knottingley food bank closes after raid - BBC News

    these scumbags should be double tapped FFS.

    feckin yorkshire.

    sh1thole full of sh1t.
    I heard that place is a feckin sh1thole full a sh1t, I tell ya!

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    hmm its Cooper-Balls's constituency. So yes I expect it to be a Trump-hole.

    Foodbanks normally have some sort of deal with supermarkets and buy direct/swap goods from donations. You donate something that the foodbank doesn't need anymore (e.g. they have too much dog food) the supermarket lets them swap it at face value for something else and many supermarkets donate 20-30% on top of goods donated. I doubt they would put blocks like this in place.

    Give the big 3 their due they support food banks quite well.

    Lets hope the police find these scumbags.
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    I'd imagine if they tried to sell stuff like this in pubs they would finish up very badly hurt. If you have ever met a true Yorkie they are down to earth, friendly and will give you the food off their table if you needed it more than them.

    So whoever these thieves are, I kind of doubt they are Yorkshiremen.

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    Globally, the "Closed Cases" rate is 90% discharged, 10% dead.

    UK closed cases rate is 31% discharged, 69% dead.

    In layman's terms: If you're in other countries and are diagnosed, you've got a very good chance of surviving, if you're in the UK and are diagnosed, you've got a high chance of dying.
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    if you're in the UK you've 100% guarantee of death, it’s just a question when.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Globally, the "Closed Cases" rate is 90% discharged, 10% dead.

    UK closed cases rate is 31% discharged, 69% dead.

    In layman's terms: If you're in other countries and are diagnosed, you've got a very good chance of surviving, if you're in the UK and are diagnosed, you've got a high chance of dying.
    Frightening. Where are you getting those numbers from?

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    Closed cases numbers don't look good I agree. Presumably the numbers will improve based on 99% currently categorised as "mild"

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    Interesting.

    Maybe if the UK did loads of tests in rural areas we may even the numbers out a bit...

    Generally seems you only get tested in the UK if you think you have it or show symptoms.

    However the overall testing in the first figures includes random testing of people who show no symptoms.

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    And 144 of 3269 is like 4.4%

    So like 4.4% dead and therefore the rest discharged.

    Or have I missed the point?

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