Yes, I know that the border control measures are weak and were a year too slow at being implemented, I just wondered what had happened today that you thought would be discussed.Cast your mind back 1 year, then fast forward month by month, pausing to ask yourself what effective control measures were in place for arrivals from abroad, each time.
We all knew that BIG G the point has been made repeatedly. The only folk that didn't apparently know were those that were able to put such measures in place although they probably did but chose to ignore it, probably for personal financial reasons.Cast your mind back 1 year, then fast forward month by month, pausing to ask yourself what effective control measures were in place for arrivals from abroad, each time.
That crowd that I copy the Edinburgh graph from did a survey a week or so ago about folks eating and drinking habits now compared with pre lockdowns. You might be interested.
I am in the slightly improved eating habits and have all but stopped drinking. I'm not teetotal I've just don't have the opportunity to drink at the moment.
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West Lothian 7 day average per 100k has dropped below 100 for the first time this year. Also has gone from being the highest rate in the country on 20 Feb to 7th now.
I believe so although I don't think the tier system kicks in till late April? Hopefully by then, and now that the mad West Lothian spike seems to have passed, we'll be down in line with the rest of Lothian (currently 40-50 case per 100k/7 days) so hopefully straight in to Tier 2.I saw that, we would be in the new tier 3, I think that would mean the reopening of non-essential retail, hospitality and services like gyms and hairdressers?