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Re: Foot and Mouth
« Reply #25 on: May 18, 2020, 06:44:09 pm »
GrahamS once again proves he's spouting conjecture. F&M in the early 00's made me, and many others, redundant. No real way round it either, what needed to be done was done.
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Re: Foot and Mouth
« Reply #26 on: May 18, 2020, 09:19:31 pm »
It's reckoned that a large percentage of the infections in Gloucestershire are clustered around the race course and the train station and result from the Cheltenham Festival. Not a small spike either.

27 hospital admissions following an event which 250,000 people attended is a small spike, though not insignificant. The size of the spike backs up the virologist's conclusions that this is an indoor disease. By contrast, 8 of our U3A cycling group members contracted C19 from a quiz night in a small local pub with at most 50 or 60 people in it.

27 infections in Cheltenham which is a large percentage of those in Gloucestershire at that point in time. Let alone how many people carried it to there parts of the UK and Ireland.
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