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1 hour ago, parsonjack said:

That's a bit of an outlier compared with most thoughts now.  Care to share what's eating you?

I’ll hopefully be optimistic after seeing how the NHS is coping after a couple of winter months. Any more comment and we risk turning this into the new “when will this shit end” 😂.

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2 hours ago, John the Moth said:

Not quite clear cut yet, but there are going to be trials on home isolation in the next 3 months, and a discussion around opening up more fully in the first quarter of 2022

Yes, it’s strange talking to my daughter in Auckland who is in lockdown with the relatively small number of cases they have and we in Scotland have thousands of cases per day, hospitals under pressure yet full houses at gigs, 50k supporters at football matches and schools fully open.  Of course vast majority are fully vaccinated and third dose boosters on the way

so 100% Glastonbury is on. 

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6 hours ago, blutarsky said:

I did this week too. I’m ticketless so this is only going to intensify. 😱 

Are you part of the resale group here? We're all looking out for you, if so. You'll make it to Worthy if we've got anything to do with it.

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On 10/2/2021 at 11:33 AM, Ayrshire Chris said:

Yes, it’s strange talking to my daughter in Auckland who is in lockdown with the relatively small number of cases they have and we in Scotland have thousands of cases per day, hospitals under pressure yet full houses at gigs, 50k supporters at football matches and schools fully open.  Of course vast majority are fully vaccinated and third dose boosters on the way

so 100% Glastonbury is on. 

i'm in the 100% camp for the first time ever.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Booster jabs really are what’s going to keep us afloat the winter months. Yeah Covid is about but I’ve noticed peoples fear towards it has taken a nosedive.

We had a positive case in the office the other day and we were just asked to do a LFT or work from home if we wanted. It was so big deal. No projects disrupted what so ever. Seems like people have learnt to live with the virus.

I’m in the 90s now.

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2 hours ago, Freddyflintstonree said:

For the same reason pride festival was cancelled.

Controlled crowds are ok but it still seems like encouraging a non ticketed gathering is too much.

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2 minutes ago, dotdash79 said:

The fireworks are a ticketed event it’s only £10, but it’s around 200,000 people. 

I think it’s probably because a shit tonne of people head into London to see them even without tickets. It’s not like a festival where people don’t come if they don’t have tickets (apart from a few lol).

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55 minutes ago, Matt42 said:

I think it’s probably because a shit tonne of people head into London to see them even without tickets. It’s not like a festival where people don’t come if they don’t have tickets (apart from a few lol).

I think it’s because winter is predicted to be a shit show. It’s a shame as we did it a couple of years ago and it’s great fun. You can take your own food and booze in plush it was about 15 degrees so quite mild. 

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