Oh Dear! What would you like first? The bad news or the worse news? They used to say that "things" can go from bad to worse" or "things can't get any worse"; now it's "things will lbe OK when we get to the"other side"!
Things have got much worse here today, regarding anti virus tactics. After closure of Bondi and other beaches, Aussie football has been suspended indefinitely, so has Ladies footy; in fact all sports in order to prevent crowds.
All non-essential activities such as cafes, coffee shops restaurants etc. etc.
Billions of dollars are to be given to businesses to keep them viable as well as to employees who would otherwise be jobless. A bleak prospect, but other countries are far worse.
At least our casualties are manageable, at the moment.
This self-isolation is a good excuse to sit at my PC with a clear conscience; it needs a thorough culling, but that usually gets put off until the day after tomorrow; then I'll upgrade from Win7 to Win10. Piece of cake?
Will be interesting tomorrow (10 mins. away!) to see whether nurse has further questions relating to any exposure to any contaminated others; might even get my temp. took!
On that happier note I'll say Ta-Ra and Good Health.
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