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Coronavirus: What is a second wave and is one coming? - Carers UK Forum

Coronavirus: What is a second wave and is one coming?

Guidance on coronavirus and a place to share concerns and support
Coronavirus is far from over. Some countries are still dealing with large epidemics, but even those currently controlling the virus fear "the second wave".
The second phase of Spanish flu a century ago was deadlier than the first.
So, is a second wave inevitable? And how bad could it be?


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-53113785
Coronavirus: UK must prepare for second virus wave - health leaders

Health leaders are calling for an urgent review to determine whether the UK is properly prepared for the "real risk" of a second wave of coronavirus.
In an open letter published in the British Medical Journal, ministers were warned that urgent action would be needed to prevent further loss of life.
The presidents of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons, Nursing, Physicians, and GPs all signed the letter.
It comes after Boris Johnson announced sweeping changes to England's lockdown.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53159918
Dorset was almost Covid free, but I predict that the figures will change rapidly in the next 14 days, thanks to all the idiots that came to Bournemouth yesterday and today. I'm only just over the border in rural Hampshire, so felt fairly safe. Not any more!
We had the privilidge down here in Bournemouth to make headline news on most channels with all the idiots that turned up. My usual car par for dog walking got closed by the police (Not that I would have used it today) .
People can't use the local park because police have closed it for the 50 plus gypsies perched on the cricket green. No one can use swimming pools because they are not yet open and half the population is still fuloughed on a long boring extended holiday so why not pop down to sunny Bournemouth !!!!!! Please don't even think about it.
The rate of Covid is not dropping and the daily death rates for this week so far, are
not going down compared with last weeks.
Once the pubs open etc the second wave will sweep in. Betcha.
We have thousands of BLM protestors out again today ignoring social distancing and advice to stay at home. this is the 4th weekend in a row and is totally wrong and irresponsible. If there is a second spike it is down to these idiots who started it.
Very useful post Thanks :blush:
Henrietta wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:11 pm
We had the privilidge down here in Bournemouth to make headline news on most channels with all the idiots that turned up. My usual car par for dog walking got closed by the police (Not that I would have used it today) .
People can't use the local park because police have closed it for the 50 plus gypsies perched on the cricket green. No one can use swimming pools because they are not yet open and half the population is still fuloughed on a long boring extended holiday so why not pop down to sunny Bournemouth !!!!!! Please don't even think about it.
I feel sorry for you! i saw it on the news and couldn’t imagine anybody with a brain wanting to sit amongst crowds like that. I think a lot of people saw the protestors out in force the last few weekends and thought the damage had already been done so what’s the point. We are quite lucky here in Norfolk because our beaches are just miles and miles of sand and it is possible to social distance. We have been a few times and never had anybody right beside us.
bowlingbun wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 9:20 pm
Dorset was almost Covid free, but I predict that the figures will change rapidly in the next 14 days, thanks to all the idiots that came to Bournemouth yesterday and today. I'm only just over the border in rural Hampshire, so felt fairly safe. Not any more!
I live round the next road to your son and the roads around here were gridlocked with people going to the Beach and taking a short cut trying to find a different way there. they were cutting through the market to try to get back out at West Street hope he is OK
I've never understood why some people enjoy being in such huge crowds.
Beaches/Glastonbury/football matches/ etc.
I wouldn't go near one if I was paid to.
"I'm not glad of loud rowdy crowd." :)