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Apparently, the R rate in London is down to 0.4 which is the lowest in the country.  The explanation for this is that London was infected first and most, and is thus (for reasons I know not) the first place where the infection rate was likely to go down.  Most certainly we here in South East Lond

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On the face of it London seems to be coming out of the Coronavirus tunnel. We should not get too excited but the NHS itself suggested on 20 May that in the previous 24 hours nobody had died in hospital in London or at least in any of the six major NHS Trust Hospital groups in the capital.

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Yesterday at 2 pm, I took part in the now weekly briefing session held with the Bromley Council Leader, Chief Executive and members of the Council Staff.  This meeting takes place by telephone and I have to say it is extremely valuable to find out just how the battle against Coronavirus is progre

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All schools have been closed since 18 March which by my count is 9 weeks. Accepted that 3 weeks of that was when the Easter holidays would have taken place, that still leaves a gap of 6 weeks of non-attendance to date.


Mr Dominic Cummings: My Position

Mr Dominic Cummings seems to have been out of line to break lockdown instructions.  Personally, I felt rather ashamed as the rest of us are all bidden to obey the rules and those directives appear to have been broken. 

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The Home Secretary has announced that from 8 June travellers arriving in the UK will have to self-isolate for 14 days or risk being fined, prosecuted or deported if they do not.

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Everyone wants a Coronavirus vaccine.  It would be a passport back to normality and is thus the Holy Grail being sought throughout the World.  Sadly, as in mythology, it is very elusive.  Scientists both here and elsewhere are striving with every sinew to produce the magic inoculation or injectio

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Probably the most important thing I learnt when an Army officer in the Cheshire Regiment was to honestly admit mistakes, apologise and rectify them and then move on.

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As I understand perhaps the most crucial assumption which led to lockdown was that we had to stay at home so that less people were infected with Coronavirus which meant that fewer people with COVID-19 were admitted to an NHS which could be overwhelmed.  Well, it wasn’t overwhelmed and the NHS was

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So far COVID-9 has killed about 300,000 people worldwide.  In 2019 58,000,000 across the globe died.  That’s 1/200th or half of one per cent of annual deaths in the World.