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It makes a lot of sense that we all do our best to support, educate and self-police those around us. For those too selfish to do the right thing for the good of society, on a an individual benefit level the sooner we properly adhere to this lockdown, the sooner it will be lifted.
24th Mar 2020 08:21:35 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
On this day 1984 - Wally's goal on YouTube - [Link]
24th Mar 2020 08:17:26 
[77.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
I think the stadium build will come to a halt - this morning reference was made to stopping all but essential building projects (so, for example, building a hospital = yes, building a new office block = no).
24th Mar 2020 08:04:31 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
It's really not that hard to grasp, if you don't have to go out don't go out.
24th Mar 2020 07:57:49 
[176.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Mike Ashley - what a w@nker! Good to see the government have put in his place.
24th Mar 2020 07:54:35 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
A fine upstanding owner of a football club.
Whitehall Womble, the same is happening here. The only hope I sort of hold out is I live 3 miles from both Burghfield bomb factory and Aldermaston AWE so I'm hoping some, or most, of them are going there.
24th Mar 2020 07:44:00 
[87.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
windy-pops. When I walked past it yesterday morning, no-one was being allowed in. All deliveries went in later, as per spec, so I'm assuming that it was only another briefing. I'll let you know the s.p. for today when I get in in about half an hour.
24th Mar 2020 07:34:29 
[80.lo.gg.ed] 
toodles space
Apparently construction sites can remain open. Interesting to see whether work will continue on the stadium.
24th Mar 2020 07:26:55 
[81.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Live on a busy main road. can't believe how many cars I'm seeing driving past. God help the Supermarkets and those who genuinely need supplies. Refuse to believe that they are all Key Workers driving to work.
24th Mar 2020 07:21:18 
[84.lo.gg.ed] 
UTTER MADNESS
Oh, and Sports Direct - seriously!! What a cock!
24th Mar 2020 06:59:54 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
GG - if your work is classes as “essential”, then it sounds as if you’re following the guidance/legislation. But with food, does that mean the local restaurants that were allowed to do takeaways cannot now do that? What about the cab drivers - can they continue, since some key workers in hospitals etc might rely on them for their journeys to work - can those cabs still operate? Can gas engineers, electricians, and plumbers still work, as they are servicing and mending potentially dangerous appliances - or maybe only when they’re on their way to an actual “emergency” like a gas leak, power cut, leaking pipe work?
24th Mar 2020 06:57:52 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
viral = vital
24th Mar 2020 06:51:54 
[92.lo.gg.ed] 
Autocorrect in a c**t
GG - If you can’t work from home and your work place is open, good to go into work I reckon. Social distancing rules at home, at work and on route apply.
24th Mar 2020 06:50:40 
[92.lo.gg.ed] 
I would imagine that unless you are a viral service, your employer would be considering shutting down to keep employees safe
morning troops - am I being socially responsible or am I being a cock? I am sharing a house with 5 people (the TILs have got a friend here for the duration). I work in an office with ZERO other people and I walk to work through back streets where I socially distance myself if I encounter anyone else (usually on the other side of the road). So I'm going to work.
24th Mar 2020 05:56:03 
[80.lo.gg.ed] 
ribbit space
The thought of a massive national party when this is all over is something to ponder. If you’re young it will be like freshers week in Magaluf.
23rd Mar 2020 23:49:54 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Social distancing will come down from six feet away to six inches inside
The social isolation thing is a nightmare for my store. We are one of the busiest and possibly smallest Sainsbury's convenience stores in the country. We have no floor markings and we have to keep the self checkouts open. There's no guidance on restricting the number of customers instore and unless we have a security guard from 6am (his hours are 1pm-11pm), there's no way of controlling it.
23rd Mar 2020 23:24:22 
[92.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
As a side issue to this there will be a delay to the stadium build and we will probably have to find more than £11 million to complete the build.
23rd Mar 2020 23:11:52 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
In all seriousness I hope these measures work
System at ASDA in Norbiton works well. You queue up to get in (nice & orderly - everyone 2m from person in front) - then about a dozen people are let in every 5 minutes. Once inside, there are probably only 100 customers in the store - so everyone 2m or so from each other. As so few in store and all checkouts open - no queue to check out - I was only person using one (of the eight) self-service check-outs. Compares well with the bun fights at most other local supermarkets!
23rd Mar 2020 23:08:54 
[77.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Fley - hope you get some clarification soon, sounds like you’ll be needing it, and I’m guessing lots of others will too!
23rd Mar 2020 23:03:27 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
A4E - The sort of cleaning we do is generally more cosmetic than a specialist anti-viral sort of role. We're great for vacuuming the carpet and polishing the woodwork but we aren't equipped or trained to deal with potential coronavirus-affected sites, so although we are adapting as best we can we are still basically providing a cosmetic service. We can clean, polish and use anti-bacterial sprays and wipes but wouldn't claim to be 'deep cleaning' the space in any meaningful way, hence my questioning our 'essential' nature.
23rd Mar 2020 22:59:15 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Hats off to those that have to go in to infected spaces to do just that though
Fleydon - it’s hard to argue against cleaning being essential (unless the occupants could be encouraged to do this themselves?) - suddenly people realise how vital certain roles are, not just bankers and estate agents.....
23rd Mar 2020 22:44:26 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Oh - thank you for that, OI. We'd sort of given up.
23rd Mar 2020 22:44:12 
[2.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
I think we’ve spent 2 weeks too long tiptoeing around the entitled cunts this country has spawned so many of. Tellingly my ex friends on Facebook are still more interested in petty political point scoring than getting this done properly.
23rd Mar 2020 22:44:04 
[31.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Paddington - you should be able to tell Sainsbury's you are vulnerable. Click on trying to book a delivery and they'll say their records show you aren't vulnerable, if wrong then please ring some freephone number. It was engaged all morning and afternoon then switched to a recorded message saying it was busy ... but tomorrow is another day.
23rd Mar 2020 22:40:50 
[109.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
"Lot of grey areas like what's essential" - That's something I'm grappling with at the moment. We have a small cleaning business servicing communal areas in multiple occupancy units so we clean handles, finger plates, lift and entry phone buttons etc., all of which are potential virus transmission points, but is this 'essential'? We also carry out regular emergency lighting, fire alarm and smoke vent tests. With more people staying in their houses, cooking and using electrical appliances I feel that this probably does count as 'essential' but it's certainly not listed on the guidance [Link]
23rd Mar 2020 22:40:43 
[86.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU