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  1. I have a feature request. Is it possible to have a "Next image" button, so that we can swipe through each image in a competition?
  2. I just read this report from last autumn. It has been mentioned that nobody could know that this was coming, but it seems like this WHO group warned about this precisely a few months before it hit. I forgot my glasses in my hut so I have to go there today. It is kind of first world problem to complain that we can't stay in our huts, but we are allowed to go there on day trips. Not allowed to stay over night. In case we get sick the small communities in the mountains don't have the medical aid for us, so thats fair enough. First person here locally got the virus, so it is just a question of time I guess.
  3. Now they say that this virus will be around until we have a vaccine - at least 12 months, and maybe 18 months or more. They are planning an excessive testing. Every citizen will be tested several times, and if one person has the virus they will use mobile tracking backwards in time so they automatically inform every person that have been in contact with the one with virus in the days before. Their working hard with laws and stuff, so they can achieve this. This is kind of Big Brothers Orwells 1984 stuff, but they say that they must be certain that they pick only person that has been closer to 1 meter to another. This sure must be big data! I think South Korea have done something similar.
  4. I agree, but one thing about some countries, maybe Italy and Spain, is that they have a higher antibiotic resistence in their population than we have in other countries. It might be the mix of Korona, and antibiotic resistence that makes it difficult to treat pasients in some countries. It is troubling times for everybody. Into second week with school at home for my kids, and strangely enough it is become routine and they are used to it and self diciplined on their Ipads. Nobody has the virus here in this area yet, and a lot of people have been tested without any virus, so that is good so far.
  5. Good luck Aiwa. I live in a "town" with 7000 people and most shops is shut down for a week now - and more to come. They have tested 61 people here, but still none has the virus around here, and the nearest case are a far distance away, but nobody knows off course. Oslo is the epicentre for the virus now, and they have special teams searching for the source for each case. They found that one person infected 100 people! Many of the infected came from winter vacation i Austria and one special after-ski bar was the main source for many infected they say. I forgot my new glasses in my cottage, so I need to go there to get them one of these days. We are only allowed day-visits, and theres been a lot of discussions about that. The government had to make a law to stop people to go to the mountains, and some counties have guards to stop people from going up there, so just in a week or so the world is upside down for everyone.
  6. I can agree on that! At the same time I will give credit to the teachers here that is "all in" on electronic learning on the kids ipads, and that is working extremely well. I guess that this could be going on for many weeks, maybe into the summer. I think that this could not have happened (e-learning - school at home) even 5 years ago. (A market for IPS there?) We have not visited any shops or stores for nearly a week. There is still none where I live that has got the virus, but I guess several have been tested so we will know in days. The nearest person that have it is 200 km away. All people that visit from other parts of the country, has to go to 2 weeks isolation and that is good for us. This is really bad for businesses. Everyone is affected. Even a lot of ministers in the government now has the virus, so it spreads to everyone - no matter what position we have.
  7. At home now yes - pretty hard measures here now. Not allowed to leave anywhere. "Everything" shuts down.
  8. Well - if you cough somewhere in a store or whereever other people are, the waterdrops and virus could spread up to three hours. we are still in the mountains with three meter snow, and have food for weeks, but now media is full of articles telling us (people moved into our cottages) to go home. So we do that tomorrow. Still feels more safe here than in town. They are afraid that the community Localy in here can't handle if we get ill. Fair enough.
  9. No need to test people if they stay at home - sick or not. Thats why quranthene is the only way to slow down the virus. In italy dead people dont get a funeral. Even some that stay in quaranthene with dead relatives. think about that. It has just started and will worse. And US are way behind other countries.
  10. Check what is true yourselve. Italy stopped all flights from China four days before USA. No excemtions. But the Us restrictions contained wide exemptions, largely because of fears over the economic impacts of a full ban. Flight routes between the U.S. and China have been steadily cancelled over the past month, but in a piecemeal fashion and at the discretion of airlines. By contrast, the Italian ban four days earlier was complete, with no exemptions. Italy was the first and only EU country to have a flight ban from China, and yet the country is now the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak in Europe with the highest number of cases outside China.
  11. Read something about exponential growth. Why ban some contries in Europe and not others? Like UK? The very same thing happening in italy will happen in the us. That is the only reason the incompetent try to act - but muuuch too late
  12. You do not test. The rest of the world test a lot- like south Korea have tested 230 000 while you have tested 11000.. Remember - it takes one week before you can test and see that you have it. So a lot of time is lost because of inkompetence
  13. In an emergency there is. At least here and I guess over there as well. It is spreading out of control right now. Maybe the genious in the white house has it as well. Seems like he is too late this time - again. Find someone else to blame!
  14. No. Locked up at home or in a safe place. Not allowed to leave or interact with others.
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