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Offline heywood

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Re: Staying safe place
« Reply #81 on: Saturday 19 September 20 14:37 BST (UK) »
My friend had a cataract removed at Rochdale a few weeks ago so you would hope that they are continuing to work now.
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Re: Staying safe place
« Reply #82 on: Saturday 09 January 21 12:06 GMT (UK) »
Hi Chatters,
Well it's now January 2021 and not much here has changed.
I'm still growing tucker, watering/feeding stock and pets, attending the oldies gym after the xmas break(which didn't help the weight!)

We now have an app on our smart phones to track and trace and it is mandatory to scan it at all premises you go into. I forgot my phone a few times and had to go get it!   Signing in is an option too.
Authorities keep the info for 3 to 4 weeks in case of an outbreak and then destroy it......i hope.

Each state here has hard borders as new cases arise, the latest 2 states going into severe lockdown when the very infectious covid appeared from UK.
Sent the cricket fans into a fit when 1 person was discovered infectious at the Test!  The whole area where he sat has to isolate.

I do think this will be a way of life now so will do everything asked of me.
Hope you stay well, am thinking of you all.

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