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About neilcvx

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  1. Hopefully all good and no second peak in the virus. Good luck with your journey https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/conseils-par-pays-destination/royaume-uni/
  2. There definitely won’t be any significant passenger services that’s almost certain.
  3. It’s B&Q policy to let two people go in together as there is so much heavy stuff for sale and you can’t ask a member of staff for help, as a side you never know why someone might need help shopping or why they are buying so much I saw the lady who shops for the local resilience team getting abuse for the amount she had bought it was for multiple households.
  4. You can order food on the Wetherspoons app from anywhere in the world select the pub then table number , hence my son asking me to order him shots at the Cumbernauld one at 2 am a couple of months ago no reason BF couldn’t used an intranet type system and an app based ordering system , seeing as the website is so popular it shouldn’t be a problem.
  5. I think the NEX would have to run at much more than 50% to make it viable after all there’s a ceiling limit price that people will pay.
  6. If the virus was transmitted through cardboard you would have assumed that we would have a massive sickness rate in Royal Mail.
  7. The virus on surfaces is a strange one as the CDC are now dying that is the case but it doesn’t transmit easily from surfaces. https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/05/21/virus-does-not-spread-easily-contaminated-surfaces-or-animals-revised-cdc-website-states/
  8. Yep it’s Greek Ferries that the article I found referred to but I can’t see BF guidelines being too different. https://greekcitytimes.com/2020/05/17/new-rules-for-ferry-travel-yachts-in-greece/
  9. The WHO guidelines for ferry travel that BF seem to be referring to put the passenger capacity at 55%.
  10. What we could see if there are future outbreaks is the short notice closure of countries Borders if there’s an outbreak , and the demand of a quarantine period if you come from a certain country and of course a lot less contact during your travel the technology is already available to do that for Portsmouth port or BF it’s all down to cost , as usual there aren’t a lot of articles to read about the ferry industry so you begin to rely on peoples opinion of what may happen, this article has some good points that cross over to ferry travel. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecartereurope/2020/05/11/the-future-of-travel-is-touchless-yet-terrifying-with-fewer-flights-last-minute-border-closures/
  11. I have the doll, not seriously but yes I have heard of him . I had my doubts about the accuracy of the anti bodies test but it seems accurate. https://www.bbc.com/news/health-52762939
  12. I’m far too disorganised to organise a quiz.
  13. Or Lochs ,Whisky , food myths and highland dress myths .
  14. I was working I’m off this Friday for any quizzes or Scottish corrections of answers.
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