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March 12th, 2020, 09:18 AM   #1
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Corona madness

Qatar cancelled, US, thai and argentina moved. Valencia pushed back. Wouldnt chock me if le mans mugello and sachs will be moved or cancelled.
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Good chance the season is over before it has begun.
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March 25th, 2020, 08:10 AM   #3
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This isn't going back to "normal" any time soon... not for months and months and months and well, a while

We're in lockdown. Am a little stir crazy, forgive my ramblings.
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Oh well, at least we have the "virtual" race to look forward to (even if Rossi has already pulled out of that one).

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This isn't going back to "normal" any time soon... not for months and months and months and well, a while

We're in lockdown. Am a little stir crazy, forgive my ramblings.
I dont see any races happening in 2020....and if they are able to happen then it will be maybe 10 races....and those might in Europe in late Q3....and those might not have any or many spectators...
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how are all you new yorkers coping ?
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how are all you new yorkers coping ?
Hanging in there. Caught the virus - but only experienced very mild symptoms. It's worse in the city because folks are so close-packed. I live not far from Monsey, home to a big Hassidic community and they are largely anti-vax people who consider themselves "God's Chosen" and as a result they have been the epicenter of the outbreak what with their initial refusal to follow sheltering guidelines. I still see idiots shopping at the supermarket who believe the virus is a hoax. Still and all, NY State is flattening the curve by doing more testing than any other state.

How are you all doing? Heard your PM is out of the hospital.
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Hanging in there. Caught the virus - but only experienced very mild symptoms. It's worse in the city because folks are so close-packed. I live not far from Monsey, home to a big Hassidic community and they are largely anti-vax people who consider themselves "God's Chosen" and as a result they have been the epicenter of the outbreak what with their initial refusal to follow sheltering guidelines. I still see idiots shopping at the supermarket who believe the virus is a hoax. Still and all, NY State is flattening the curve by doing more testing than any other state.

How are you all doing? Heard your PM is out of the hospital.
Was wondering how you were doing in the middle of all this, glad to hear you got through it.

Your healthy lifestyle since the chronic fatigue thing might have been helpful to your outcome.
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I live in a very rural part of the North of Scotland and live pretty close to isolation anyway. Nevertheless, it's been a scary time and again, quite divisive in society with those who are following the rules, those who blatantly flout them and those who stretch the term "essential" so that it means practically anything.

Shopping is very weird. I'm sorry to hear you had the virus but glad to hear just mild and you feel all better now I still find it hard to fathom the ones who seem to think this is a hoax, or a consipiracy or something to hide something bigger...

I am quite scared for the whole of America and feel pleased that we've had a clear and decisive leader... Boris isn't everyone's favourite and I don't mean to start any political debate, but I'm kinda worried about Trump! I am an ignorant though so don't shoot me. I wonder if the "state" thing in America will help as each state is sort of led individually?

Whole thing been very scary.
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I live in a very rural part of the North of Scotland and live pretty close to isolation anyway. Nevertheless, it's been a scary time and again, quite divisive in society with those who are following the rules, those who blatantly flout them and those who stretch the term "essential" so that it means practically anything.

Shopping is very weird. I'm sorry to hear you had the virus but glad to hear just mild and you feel all better now I still find it hard to fathom the ones who seem to think this is a hoax, or a consipiracy or something to hide something bigger...

I am quite scared for the whole of America and feel pleased that we've had a clear and decisive leader... Boris isn't everyone's favourite and I don't mean to start any political debate, but I'm kinda worried about Trump! I am an ignorant though so don't shoot me. I wonder if the "state" thing in America will help as each state is sort of led individually?

Whole thing been very scary.
No two ways about it Trump is a psychotic. Worst thing to happen to the USA ever.
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