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    O/T Covid

    Barnsley worst place in England % wise for Deaths ?,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romared View Post
    Barnsley worst place in England % wise for Deaths ?,
    No surprises there Roma what you see is what you get.

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    Well its surprised me Poggy , according to a lecturer from Sheffield University , it's partly down to Smoking and poor housing , or maybe we have more anti vaxers than other Towns ,

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    Hes coming back again for the upcoming freezing winter is Mr Covid, and actually he/it never went away. Maybe we have all become too relaxed because of the double vax jabs we all had, but we still have to be careful.

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    Glad a got mi boosta last week ,
    sounds like a memorial sculpture was unveiled in New Market complex, thull need to keep an eye on that plus Kes sculpture ! These scrap people are allus around !!
    " Nice bit of bronze , where did you get that from ? Fonnit honest !!

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    Here we have to similar towns Barnsley and Burnley when it comes to population and living and housing standards. I wouldn’t mind hearing what the Sheffield University lecturer has to say about the large variances.

    Barnsley

    439 cases per 100,000 people in the latest week 12 Nov-18 Nov. The average area in England had 439*.




    1,088
    cases in the latest week 12 Nov-18 Nov

    +72
    compared with the previous week

    46,907
    total cases to 22 Nov



    921 coronavirus-related deaths registered to 5 Nov





    83%
    of people aged 12 and over in your area have had the first dose of the vaccine to 21 Nov






    76%
    have had the second dose







    Burnley

    316 cases per 100,000 people in the latest week 12 Nov-18 Nov. The average area in England had 439*.




    282
    cases in the latest week 12 Nov-18 Nov

    +19
    compared with the previous week

    17,933
    total cases to 22 Nov



    333 coronavirus-related deaths registered to 5 Nov





    75%
    of people aged 12 and over in your area have had the first dose of the vaccine to 21 Nov






    68%
    have had the second dose






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    I’m wearing my mask tomorrow….. gonna drawa Poya tash on it ! That’ll stop the germs going up me nose!

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    A lot of ex miners, who probably have problems with their lungs, so very vulnerable

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    Just a thought; Burnley's on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales with the closest large town being Blackburn. Barnsley's right in the middle of cities and towns; Sheffield, Leeds, Huddersfield, Wakefield, Doncaster, Rotherham all in relatively close proximity so germs will spread more easily. In relative terms, we appear to have come off quite well in Bridlington, thankfully, because we're also a good few miles from anywhere.

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    This new variant , 2 cases today in England , get ready for the fun to begin ,
    some refusing to wear masks , anti vaxers , protests, riots ,
    Another Lockdown?, Keep Safe, Keep Well Everyone,

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