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3 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Went for a long walk with my lad yesterday.

Unfortunately, unsuitable underwear meant sever chaffing by the time we returned- is there such thing as covid groin? :)

 

More than likely mate, who knows get tert docs.

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That was one of the loveliest things to ever happen. Stood in my garden sobbing like a baby! Proud to work for the NHS 👏👏👏👏❤️

My uncle lost his battle to this in Royal Bolton this morning, so he will be one of today’s numbers.  last rites over the phone held by a nurse with no family there. made an exception yester

I’ve sat with my mum who is slipping away, literally breathing her last today. She idolises the Queen, and whilst she didn’t in all likelihood hear that, I know she would have loved every single

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Cases (12k) and deaths (533) down 20-30% on last Friday

Still high, but the situation is improving.

17.4m jabbed now.

A few more weeks of this shite and we'll be reet.

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10 minutes ago, bolton_blondie said:

Friday pints after work are the best 😫

Best tasting pint you can have.

Its like foreplay for the weekend...

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Right, I don't mean to be a drama queen, but since yesterday, I've had aching muscles, especially my back, neck and wrists, had a bit of a headache too (only minor)I don't want to spread any germs around my place of work and I've been on the Government website to maybe book a Covid test, but because I haven't lost my sense of taste, I don't have a cough or feel like I have a high temperature either, I shouldn't go for a test according to the website.

Am I being a hypochondriac or should I lie about my symptoms to get a test?

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1 minute ago, Blondi said:

Right, I don't mean to be a drama queen, but since yesterday, I've had aching muscles, especially my back, neck and wrists, had a bit of a headache too (only minor)I don't want to spread any germs around my place of work and I've been on the Government website to maybe book a Covid test, but because I haven't lost my sense of taste, I don't have a cough or feel like I have a high temperature either, I shouldn't go for a test according to the website.

Am I being a hypochondriac or should I lie about my symptoms to get a test?

I'd say tell a few white lies and go for a test

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28 minutes ago, Blondi said:

Right, I don't mean to be a drama queen, but since yesterday, I've had aching muscles, especially my back, neck and wrists, had a bit of a headache too (only minor)I don't want to spread any germs around my place of work and I've been on the Government website to maybe book a Covid test, but because I haven't lost my sense of taste, I don't have a cough or feel like I have a high temperature either, I shouldn't go for a test according to the website.

Am I being a hypochondriac or should I lie about my symptoms to get a test?

Just say you have symptoms and book one. The kings college london study is campaigining for fatigue, diarrhea, sore throat and headache to be added as symptoms. As from their data 31% of cases report these but none of the three "classic" symptoms.

 

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36 minutes ago, Blondi said:

Right, I don't mean to be a drama queen, but since yesterday, I've had aching muscles, especially my back, neck and wrists, had a bit of a headache too (only minor)I don't want to spread any germs around my place of work and I've been on the Government website to maybe book a Covid test, but because I haven't lost my sense of taste, I don't have a cough or feel like I have a high temperature either, I shouldn't go for a test according to the website.

Am I being a hypochondriac or should I lie about my symptoms to get a test?

Get a test. They were pretty much my initial symptoms

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38 minutes ago, Blondi said:

Right, I don't mean to be a drama queen, but since yesterday, I've had aching muscles, especially my back, neck and wrists, had a bit of a headache too (only minor)I don't want to spread any germs around my place of work and I've been on the Government website to maybe book a Covid test, but because I haven't lost my sense of taste, I don't have a cough or feel like I have a high temperature either, I shouldn't go for a test according to the website.

Am I being a hypochondriac or should I lie about my symptoms to get a test?

 there are loads of people telling porkies, if you say you have symptoms ,you are expected to self isolate for 10 days starting the day after the symptoms started, and so does anyone else that lives in the same household or until you get a negative test result. you then cannot get another test for 14 days. if you test positive , you then cannot have another test for 90 days.

HTH

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1 hour ago, DaisyHWanderer said:

Just say you have symptoms and book one. The kings college london study is campaigining for fatigue, diarrhea, sore throat and headache to be added as symptoms for the after effects of a typical Bolton away day.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Escobarp said:

When was the last time anybody was weighed at the doctors anyway? Are they telepathic?

I get weighed at least once a year. Can’t fault Harwood medical centre and the nurses there - terrific. Bollock me every time but who can survive off 5 pints a week or whatever it is. 

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29 minutes ago, fatty said:

I get weighed at least once a year. Can’t fault Harwood medical centre and the nurses there - terrific. Bollock me every time but who can survive off 5 pints a week or whatever it is. 

Aye, birthday month MOT. I get mine done at Crompton Way Health Centre or whatever it’s called this week.

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Daughters graduation ceremony in July cancelled. 
bit of a pisser as thought it’d be going ahead with the progress made with vaccines etc and it was one thing I was looking forward to this year  but got official notification tonight. 
not been in the uni for a year and doing everything on line in a rented house . Could’ve saved a fortune and done the last year at home , but realise it’s not just her so it is what it is 

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1 hour ago, fatty said:

I get weighed at least once a year. Can’t fault Harwood medical centre and the nurses there - terrific. Bollock me every time but who can survive off 5 pints a week or whatever it is. 

Is it when you pass a certain age then? No offence intended btw. 
 

i can’t remember ever being weighed by a doctor or any medical professional. I was asked my weight last time I went for an op but that’s it. 

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15 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

Is it when you pass a certain age then? No offence intended btw. 
 

i can’t remember ever being weighed by a doctor or any medical professional. I was asked my weight last time I went for an op but that’s it. 

I think it may well be over 50s

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On 23/02/2020 at 18:08, Sweep said:

It's pretty much "out" in the west now, so I'd expect that we will start to see an acceleration in cases. I doubt we'll get many deaths here in the UK/Europe, but it'll be interesting to see how we decide to react, and see if we'll put parts of the country on lock down if it does spread.

Indeed

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