Weather forecasters are getting pretty good! We've had the promised rain, lots, for the past 24 hours; so, like you "Taswegians " it was definitely a stay in/stay put day.
Corvid19 news doesn't get any better, especially as they reported that UK has had its worst day!
fatgran Good news that childcare will be taken care of with Govt. support, but it's worrying for anyone in the workforce as it's so difficult to work out how far the shut-downs will extend.
Anyway we had a bit of escapism on telly a few moments ago; Scotland Yard and Crippen, Jack the Ripper, the Great Train Robbery, etc. etc. Not exactly light relief, but made a change!
Last evening was more lighter1 All about trains; Michael with Great Continental railway, Chris. Tarrant in S. America, looking for Adolf and finally Inspector Frost with Planes, Trains and automobiles.
Calli that was fake news! I'm glad to say. Our major bottleshop practitioner (Dan Murphy") is still in business albeit with self-imposed "rationing"! as follows;
Wine 12 bottles
Beer 2 Cases (24x350ml cans or stubbies)
Spirits 2 bottles
all per customer per visit!
A lot of sorrows could be drowned in that lot!
Perhaps your informer was a Queenslander where they probably need more controls!
Nurse Jacqui and carer due to visit tomorrow and now I wonder what would happen if one of them reported in sick? I can't imagine them quarantining the service as they are not confined in hospital wards, but are out and about doing home visits and nursing homes.
Fortunately our meals on wheels delivery service is still operational: Rissoles, gravy and veg. for dinner, Very tasty!
Btw fatgran; tell DH when he's recovered, that our Bunnings (Vermont South) are advertising a sausage sizzle for Sunday!. I suppose that's classified as "take-away" and therefore OK.