Tuesday, 15 December 2020

Is the Government still Choosing and Picking when to implement and implement Covid procedures

BIG HEADING TODAY!!!

Christmas Covid Relaxations Should Be Cancelled To Protect NHS, Doctors Urge


I feel the government is using her citizens as apparatus at this point.
Children are mandated to attend school meeting with thousands of children from other homes; yet children nd youths seem to be the high carriers now. They bring this home to their families and parents get ut from work and yet it is okay. You are told to isolate if you have symptoms. As long as these activities of work and education happen the Gocernment is happy.
How dare you control Christmas now. Teo or three household celebrating as against 30 children in a class room.
We are humans. You are treating us unfairly and yet only when it pleases you you lift and place the Covid ban 
My opinion is education to maintain reduced classroom learning and 70% online until this I'd resolved pkease do not attempt to restrict Christmas Celebration.
What do you think?

Thursday, 12 November 2020

Taking it easy.... it's not your fault but the metabolism

We are told that:
"As we get older, we tend to gain fat and lose muscle. This explains why your metabolism may slow down as you get older. In general, men tend to have a faster metabolism because they have more muscle mass, heavier bones and less body fat than women"
However we can revert this feeling of bloating and unnecessary weight gain.
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Keeping your brain active


I was reading through THEHEALTH.COM pages

I found this interesting. Hie true is it though? Do you agree? 

Play games with your frontal lobe


Whether you’re deliberating a chess move or bluffing at cards, you’re also giving the frontal lobe, the area of your brain that handles executive function, a workout. “The frontal lobe is particularly vulnerable to degeneration and the effects of aging,” says Dr. Kosik. A study published in 2015 in Brain Imaging Behavior found that adults in middle age who routinely worked on puzzles and played board games had higher brain volume in the area responsible for cognitive functions, including memory, than those who didn’t play games. These weird brain exercises can help you get smarter.

Friday, 28 August 2020

WHAT DOES "SAFE" mean? What is the game plan here? No vaccinations no cure and definitely no hope for these two in the near future. SO PLEASE WHAT IS SAFE?

Coronavirus: 'It's now safe to go back to work' - Britons to be urged to return to office in government ad campaign

Cabinet minister Grant Shapps tells Sky News there is a "limit" to home working in being able to get "some types of work done".

Tuesday, 21 July 2020

COVID-19 Outbreak Hits Virgin Media UK Call Centre in Scotland UPDATE

Call centre staff working for broadband ISP Virgin Media UK have reportedly been sent home after a cluster of COVID-19 cases were discovered.

The work base is the building on Maxim Park, where Virgin is on the upper floor of the Sitel site in Motherwell (North Lanarkshire, Scotland) , 

This spread, which ironically started with the ‘NHS Test and Trace’ team that occupy the same site.

The NHS team, where the outbreak began, are present on the ground floor but people from all floors tend to intermingle.The building itself is home to around 200 people. 

What a calamity!

Read more here here:
https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2020/07/covid-19-outbreak-hits-virgin-media-uk-call-centre-in-scotland.html

Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Could this be the miraculous end of this deadly illness? Dexamethasone for real?

Coronavirus: Dexamethasone proves first life-saving drug
Brits celebrate what seems to be a glimpse of light amidst the darkness. Yes! Hope of survival reactivated today as BBC News reveals an affordable drug that has shown ability to reduce death rate and prevent severe coronavirus effect on people.Read morehttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-53061281

Sunday, 7 June 2020

https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/cannibal-killer-slaughtered-and-ate-23-pizza-delivery-men-6-jehovah-witnesses-2-postmen-in-past-7-years/

Houston police have arrested a man believed to be behind the disappearance of no less than 31 persons this past decade.

Ivan Fedorovitch Yanukovych, 56, could be linked to a number of mysterious disappearances in the area believe officials.
Please read more below:

https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/cannibal-killer-slaughtered-and-ate-23-pizza-delivery-men-6-jehovah-witnesses-2-postmen-in-past-7-years/

Sunday, 17 May 2020

Plans in place to potentially make 30m coronavirus vaccines for UK public by September if trials successful


Business Secretary Alok Sharma has said the clinical trial for a Covid-19 vaccine at the University of Oxford is progressing well.
The business secretary said the Government had so far invested £47 million in vaccine programmes at Oxford and also Imperial College London, and announced a further £84 million in new funding “to help accelerate their work”.
He said: “This new money will help mass-produce the Oxford vaccine so that if current trials are successful we have dosages to start vaccinating the UK population straight away.”
Pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca have finalised a “global licensing agreement” with Oxford University with Government support.
“This means that if the vaccine is successful AstraZeneca will work to make 30 million doses available by September for the UK as part of an agreement for over 100 million doses in total,” Mr Sharma said.
He said “the UK will be first to get access” but that the Government would also ensure that “we’re able to make the vaccine available to developing countries at the lowest possible cost”.
It would be a major achievement to create a vaccine in such a short period, with many experts anticipating that such work would take at least a year.


https://www.itv.com/news/2020-05-17/coronavirus-daily-briefing-alok-sharma-stephen-powis-schools/

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

https://www.communitycare.co.uk/2020/03/31/social-worker-one-two-employees-council-die-contracting-covid-19/

A social worker at the Southwark Borough of London dies after contacting the dreadful virus. 
May your soul rest in peace S.

https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/croydon-university-hospital-among-worst-hit-by-coronavirus-in-london/

Croydon University Hospital named as the 2nd highest hit with the pandemic in the South Llndon Boroughs, with Southwark Borough being the highest.
This continue to rise and yet the warning "STAY AT HOME" is ignored by a lotfollow me at

Sunday, 29 March 2020

Coronavirus Pandemic... it's real

This pandemic has truly been misread. This is real and happening. Read up at https://www.google.com/amp/s/news.sky.com/story/amp/coronavirus-govt-says-lockdown-depends-on-behaviour-but-expert-says-it-should-last-til-june-11965226