Best I don't wear my motorcycle mask out in public.
I remember as a kid rolling over with laughter when one of our mates had a Dr White ST around his face once to save dust from bikes choking him, he was innocent to what it actually was until we all told him.There are various recommendations for home-made face masks. When I rode my Bantam in the wet, I used to wear a Terry towel nappy. Worked well.
Without getting to political.I cycled through town today and now the on-street parking is coned and roped-off on the West Cliff. Locals are not welcoming visitors yet - no shops, pubs and cafes - and the toilets are closed. I found a link today in Bracknell News to the ONS Coronavirus map, which shows death rates for a given postcode. Ignore the links and enter your postcode in the search box at the bottom. None yet in Whitby.
A BREAKDOWN which shows the number of coronavirus-related deaths by each postcode area has been released for the first time since the outbreak began.www.bracknellnews.co.uk
If anyone is hopeless at DIY / sewing etc, unlike Jimmy obviously, I've found out that my GP has a supply of masks for sale. I don't know the price or type as I haven't bought one yet but it may be worth checking with your particular GP's to see if your GP surgery is selling them. If anyone wants to know how much mine are charging and exactly what type of mask they are I can find out on Monday.There are various recommendations for home-made face masks. When I rode my Bantam in the wet, I used to wear a Terry towel nappy. Worked well.
We are still busy but have quite a lot of spare capacity (at the moment) we average 40 deliveries a day but could handle 90. The company the government intend to use to deliver PPE Amazon style with online ordering currently supply our Hub. Several Responders have returned to work.Still no call out for our Team
I just can not believe how people do not understand a simple rule in these times.Interesting developments on the Norfolk Broads. Hire fleets still in lockdown; boat owners can go out on boats for ‘exercise’, but are not allowed to stay on boats overnight, must go home. OK, lots of locals have boats, maybe go out for a sail or cruise for a couple of hours, get some fresh air, no harm done. But lots of boats owned by people from miles away. The boat is like a caravan or holiday home to them, they may come for a weekend regularly, or few weeks in summer, and stay on the boat.
Well a few have been cheeky and come and stayed overnight ... and the locals have dobbed them in. The boatyard owners (where the boats are normally moored) have come in for the morning, seen boats missing from their berths, and cars parked in the car park, and called Police. Police have been and slapped tickets, presumably fines, on the car windows. Also, if the boats have moored up for the night somewhere within sight of local houses, the local residents seeing lights on the boats at night have called Police, and there’s been a tap on the window.
Norwich has the lowest incidence of Covid infection of any city in the UK, we‘d like to keep it that way!
Just read 11 people from same family,3 cars but different households travelled from Manchester to Anglesey.I bet that a lot of those characters are also making a big show of clapping on a Thursday evening. This situation seems to have brought out the best in a lot of people but sadly brought out the worst in many others.