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mac

Gold Bellend
Festivals and sports events used as a test event.

Any results/findings on these events?
 

Eggs66

Season Ticket Holder
Best I can find - According to the Government website (don't shoot the messenger!):

A total of 28 positive cases have been identified to date potentially related to the pilots undertaken, of which 11 were identified as potentially infectious at an event and a further 17 were identified as potentially infected at or around the time of an event.[footnote 4] Contact tracing was used to identify contacts of those who tested positive. However, these figures should be interpreted with extreme caution given the very low return rate of pre- and post-event PCR tests (only 15% returned both tests), the low prevalence at the time of the studies and the lack of a comparator group for the studies. However, that cases were identified indicates that even with entry conditional on a negative LFT result in the 36 hours before the event, some people who are potentially infectious will still be admitted, indicating a need for robust outbreak control procedures to be in place. Events without pre-event testing were not piloted as part of Phase I.


Fuller review here:

 

mac

Gold Bellend
Best I can find - According to the Government website (don't shoot the messenger!):

A total of 28 positive cases have been identified to date potentially related to the pilots undertaken, of which 11 were identified as potentially infectious at an event and a further 17 were identified as potentially infected at or around the time of an event.[footnote 4] Contact tracing was used to identify contacts of those who tested positive. However, these figures should be interpreted with extreme caution given the very low return rate of pre- and post-event PCR tests (only 15% returned both tests), the low prevalence at the time of the studies and the lack of a comparator group for the studies. However, that cases were identified indicates that even with entry conditional on a negative LFT result in the 36 hours before the event, some people who are potentially infectious will still be admitted, indicating a need for robust outbreak control procedures to be in place. Events without pre-event testing were not piloted as part of Phase I.


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Thanks eggs. Just more confusing bollocks really ain’t it?
 

Eggs66

Season Ticket Holder
Mostly! Took a fair amount of speed reading just to find some numbers...any numbers....the rest just meanders for paragraph after paragraph.

Confusion & contradiction have been cornerstones of government action...but no great surprise from a group that would struggle to point at arse or elbow on command I suppose.
 

mac

Gold Bellend
“Confusion & contradiction have been cornerstones of government action”

not by accident I reckon.
 

Eggs66

Season Ticket Holder
A wicked combination of intention & stupidity. With a soupcon of greed and arrogance.

Just what we need in charge.


A proper Eton Mess perhaps.
 

bnet

Season Ticket Holder
32 cases in one village in Sardinia who went to the final.
as the test s supply 100% false positives who gives as fuck what bollox they quote number wise.

The only numbers that count are extra deaths, which we all know damn well there won't be any !

The word that we all should remember when they talk figures is "liars".
 

Foxgolfer

Season Ticket Holder
as the test s supply 100% false positives who gives as fuck what bollox they quote number wise.

The only numbers that count are extra deaths, which we all know damn well there won't be any !

The word that we all should remember when they talk figures is "liars".
No “ we “ don’t . Only you .
Please don’t include breathing, compassionate human beings with eyes, ears and functioning brains .
Clown
 

Foxgolfer

Season Ticket Holder
For those of you who think the BMJ is a tad more reliable than an old twit on a message board

 

SardiniaFox

Season Ticket Holder
as the test s supply 100% false positives who gives as fuck what bollox they quote number wise.

The only numbers that count are extra deaths, which we all know damn well there won't be any !

The word that we all should remember when they talk figures is "liars".
What the fuck do you know?
 

DagenhamFox

Blue Roofer
I went to the cup final and 2 days at Edgbaston for the New Zealand test match. Both were official test events that asked for a PCR after the event to be sent off to the lab, which I did.

I’ve also been to three games at Wembley in the Euro’s and now Tramlines music festival which were also test events but only because they required proof of vaccine or a negative test within 48 hours before the event. No further testing required.

I’ve been into my office in central London at least once per week for about 3 months now too have been out and about in and outside pubs. I’ve tested myself weekly and to date all my tests have come back negative.

As you know I’ve been double jabbed but I am careful. I do wear a mask on the tube and distance myself where possible from people I don’t know. It’s probably only a matter of time though before I pick it up. It’s inevitable.
 

Richardvanles

Season Ticket Holder
I went to the cup final and 2 days at Edgbaston for the New Zealand test match. Both were official test events that asked for a PCR after the event to be sent off to the lab, which I did.

I’ve also been to three games at Wembley in the Euro’s and now Tramlines music festival which were also test events but only because they required proof of vaccine or a negative test within 48 hours before the event. No further testing required.

I’ve been into my office in central London at least once per week for about 3 months now too have been out and about in and outside pubs. I’ve tested myself weekly and to date all my tests have come back negative.

As you know I’ve been double jabbed but I am careful. I do wear a mask on the tube and distance myself where possible from people I don’t know. It’s probably only a matter of time though before I pick it up. It’s inevitable.
How were the Reytons?
No1 album in September I reckon.
They were my last gig before all this shit started.
 

DagenhamFox

Blue Roofer
How were the Reytons?
No1 album in September I reckon.
They were my last gig before all this shit started.

Absolutely brilliant Vanles they started with Red Smoke which woke everyone up from their hangovers!!

They were a bit emotional as many bands were at playing live again especially to such a large crowd and in Sheffield where the locals adore them, they’ve obviously been playing around the city for a while now.

The lead singer said their EP got to twenty odd in the album charts and they can’t believe it they’re a few lads from Sheffield. I downloaded it but don’t follow the charts at all.

Twice he said he’d given everything and you could tell he was fucking knackered and they had all left everything they had on that stage.

They will become much bigger than this though, much bigger. They’d better start to believe it. 2 years ago they played the second stage. This time the main stage albeit mid afternoon. 2 more years, maybe three and I reckon they will headline one night.

I love their music it’s right up my street. Not too heavy, the odd slower song but fairly full on. I had tickets to see them at The Grace in London a small venue of 100 it’s now been moved to Camden and a bit bigger venue. I see they’ve also just announced an album launch gig also in Camden but it’s a Monday night, not the greatest really for going out.
 

Richardvanles

Season Ticket Holder
Absolutely brilliant Vanles they started with Red Smoke which woke everyone up from their hangovers!!

They were a bit emotional as many bands were at playing live again especially to such a large crowd and in Sheffield where the locals adore them, they’ve obviously been playing around the city for a while now.

The lead singer said their EP got to twenty odd in the album charts and they can’t believe it they’re a few lads from Sheffield. I downloaded it but don’t follow the charts at all.

Twice he said he’d given everything and you could tell he was fucking knackered and they had all left everything they had on that stage.

They will become much bigger than this though, much bigger. They’d better start to believe it. 2 years ago they played the second stage. This time the main stage albeit mid afternoon. 2 more years, maybe three and I reckon they will headline one night.

I love their music it’s right up my street. Not too heavy, the odd slower song but fairly full on. I had tickets to see them at The Grace in London a small venue of 100 it’s now been moved to Camden and a bit bigger venue. I see they’ve also just announced an album launch gig also in Camden but it’s a Monday night, not the greatest really for going out.
Been following them since 2017 (slice of lime) when to see them at one of their first gigs. The lead singer announced on stage, we’ve even sold tickets as far away as Coventry. I went up and had a chat with him afterwards. I’ve been saying they’ll be the next big thing for the last couple of years now. But this year I think it’s going to happen. Saw a video of red smoke at the festival. It’s certainly a banger to get the crowd going. I’ve got the 4 cd’s theyve released so far and the album on pre order.
 

DagenhamFox

Blue Roofer
Been following them since 2017 (slice of lime) when to see them at one of their first gigs. The lead singer announced on stage, we’ve even sold tickets as far away as Coventry. I went up and had a chat with him afterwards. I’ve been saying they’ll be the next big thing for the last couple of years now. But this year I think it’s going to happen. Saw a video of red smoke at the festival. It’s certainly a banger to get the crowd going. I’ve got the 4 cd’s theyve released so far and the album on pre order.

I agree that the album will do really really well. It may get to number one it’s not that hard nowadays.

A few of my mates are from Sheffield and we do football abroad. We’re discussing going to one of the gigs next spring in Netherlands or Germany. 20 of us travelling over to see them will really blow their minds.
 

bnet

Season Ticket Holder
Ever thought this, and l think Mac as hit it on the head -

They tell us at one moment "masks are good" THEN a few weeks later they tell "you don't need masks they don't work"

You've already got opposing sides so by using confirmation bias, one side will treat the first as proof, and the other side will treat the second as proof !

There you go, we both have proof from the same people, contradiction, and disagreement based on words given to us from one source.

This promotes the divide with both sides knowing that they are correct, but they know that each side will ignore the bits that don't back their initial position...

DIVIDE AND CONQUER

How do you over ride this and create unity ? you don't because they keep feeding the beast.

Everything follows this principle. The only way is, if something happens so bad it unites both sides, but that will only happen when we are crushed and can no longer fight them. UNLESS - we wake up to the games they play with us, then they are fucked, we are sheep, more accurately we are pack animals, so nature is the tool they understand and we don't as a whole, this is their advantage. Yet, that'll be denied by one of the sides, and not by the other because that's how they feed us.

* The mask quote is just an example it happens in everything.
 

AFCDorset

Season Ticket Holder
I went to the cup final and 2 days at Edgbaston for the New Zealand test match. Both were official test events that asked for a PCR after the event to be sent off to the lab, which I did.

I’ve also been to three games at Wembley in the Euro’s and now Tramlines music festival which were also test events but only because they required proof of vaccine or a negative test within 48 hours before the event. No further testing required.

I’ve been into my office in central London at least once per week for about 3 months now too have been out and about in and outside pubs. I’ve tested myself weekly and to date all my tests have come back negative.

As you know I’ve been double jabbed but I am careful. I do wear a mask on the tube and distance myself where possible from people I don’t know. It’s probably only a matter of time though before I pick it up. It’s inevitable.
Morning.

Like any common virus you can probably guarantee that the Covid virus has been in your body for months. So in a sense you are 'infected' even though you test negative, I would expect your immunity levels to be pretty high by now.

If you continue to test regularly you may well get a positive result, though I still reckon you chances of actual illness is pretty slim. Good luck anyway and stay positive, in all senses of the word.
 

bnet

Season Ticket Holder
magnified up to 45 times, anything above 25 is pointless, its the biggest lie involving all of this, and if you take this away everything else collapses. This is the lie that its all built on!!!
 

AFCDorset

Season Ticket Holder
magnified up to 45 times, anything above 25 is pointless, its the biggest lie involving all of this, and if you take this away everything else collapses. This is the lie that its all built on!!!
There are two big lies that are the cornerstones of the plandemic.

The PCR test as you mention, it has a 'false positive' rate of 1-4%, given the excessive cycles used in the UK, the rate is probably closer to 4 than it is to 1. We are testing close to 1 million people a day, slightly less now the kids are off school but still a lot. Testing one million people will give between 10,000 and 40,000 false positives, there is your pandemic, right there.

The second big lie is the idea of asymptomatic transmission from person to person, this drives the whole mask/distancing social isolation regime and is designed to keep the population cowed. If you do not have symptoms the chances that you can transmit enough virus to actually cause illness in another is slender to none.
 
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