Stay indoors

We must continue to stay indoors, I am a nurse and we have several admissions with covid 19 daily, some worse than others but it is out there and if we dont stay in a while longer it will get worse again. my husband is a funeral director and is stowed under with funerals, the death toll is not low enough, there are still too many cases. listen to nicola, Stay Home, Save lives, or you or your loved one could be the next statistic. I totally understand missing family and friends as I have 3 wee grandchildren i want to cuddle but Not Yet! Stay home Save lives.

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Saving lives! Saving NHS, all keyworkrrs, shopkeepers, cleaners, carers, publictransport workers, funeral workers, Save Everyone as much as we can

by Elainecombe on May 11, 2020 at 03:44PM

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  • Posted by Thoughtful80 May 11, 2020 at 16:08

    Not everyone feels this! I’m afraid for some, there experiences skew their opinion for thousands others. We are a population of 6 million and 1,700 have died, yes it’s an awful virus but thousands have had it and haven’t died.
  • Posted by harviej May 11, 2020 at 16:35

    Quite agree. Does this person not understand the severe depression staying indoors causes?
  • Posted by Nixxy_1987 May 11, 2020 at 18:52

    As much as I agree with this suggestion we need to protect the NHS and saves, we can't stay in doors until a vaccine is found. This virus is here to stay for a long time and we need to learn to adapt and live with it. There is a raise in mental health as well as domestic violence. There will also be more deaths related to heart disease and strokes not to mention people's immune systems going down because the lack of activity in our normal life's.
  • Posted by paulc May 11, 2020 at 19:24

    We have reached the tipping point where the toll on people is now as great as the dangers. What about all the people whose treatment has been postponed; whose mental health is deteriorating; whose teeth will soon begin to cause real problems; and most of all what state of mind are the poor souls living with youngsters in high rise flats in the middle of cities being subjected to???
  • Posted by CathyBenson May 11, 2020 at 21:19

    But, we're not actually being told to stay INDOORS all the time; unlike in some other countries which have even banned outdoor exercise, we are actually encouraged to go out and take exercise - and Vitamin D - as long as we keep physical distance. The real issue is the inequality, as mentioned by the last commenter, affecting people who don't have a garden, or a shared back green to sit in, and there is no park or green space nearby to walk in - so perhaps councils must make provision for those people, perhaps by opening up outdoor spaces that would usually be private property for people to go to. Hopefully the postponing of medical treatment will cease as a RESULT of the lockdown bringing down the COVID19 statistics; and the NHS have said that the problem seems to be people avoiding hospitals rather than the capacity to deal with non-COVID-19 issues not being there - in fact they are pleading with people to go to the NHS if they have other issues.
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