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Discussion in 'Surveys and Polls' started by Grand Guru, 26/3/20.
And all they needed to do was give the people nicotine and they'd gladly sit at home.
We are in for a catastrophe and there's nothing we can do stop it. How's the backlog by you @Adephi ?
We had a bit of a backlog this week after the taxi strike. Had one of the 3 machines also out of order but that got sorted fairly quick. But managed to catch everything up over the weekend. We are also busy expanding to handle more samples. So all is looking good on the testing front.
Gauteng's numbers are scary at the moment, more active cases than WC. Time for me to put on a new set of filters.
My boss send me a whatsapp yesterday saying he got the symptoms and is still waiting for his test results
So got at work this morning the other team santized the whole factory and offices
I took all the tools out his office and put in my office so now just wait for his results
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When you are too tired and frustrated to cook , run to KOTA JOE's in Edenvale get Zoo biscuit milkshake and a Blondie burger and life is good again
and a waffle on a stick for dessert.
And taxi's will become super spreaders I imagine.
They got branches in Edenvale, Boksburg, Wonderboom and UJ. Time for a Road Trip!
Sorry Cape Town...
WOW! I've never even heard of things like that! Wish we had that in CT!!
Pity about CT
Just to add a little touch to the prevailing confusion
Seems we have something in common with the virus, we love beaches as well, but not pavements.
On Friday (26 June), the minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma published a new directive outlining the country’s ‘advanced’ level 3 lockdown regulations.
Cooperative governance and she makes the rules. Come now Mr in charge grow some klokkies!
I still don't believe those KZN numbers!
We published directives today pretty much saying the office will remain closed until end of July at least. The missus has had the same instruction issued. At least we get to spend most of winter in the house without driving in the cold at 6:30am.
Seems one team at work feels they will be more productive if they are let back into the office though, not sure how that will pan out but I think it's a bad idea.
Nah, I'd rather live in Cape Town and wear shoes than have a burger.
Give this man a Bell’s !
Is that the only choice down there? I knew salaries were low in CT, but that’s ridiculous...
@blujeenz , perhaps you need to explain the concept of shoes. Seems some explanation is needed...
So citizens are starting to rebel. Soon unemployment will reach 50%. Thousands will die of hunger, even more will die at the hands of the hungry. OOh yes and a few will die of Covid.
What did this lockdown help? Van die wal af in die sloot
As I said from the start. A 3-5 week lockdown should have only started now, actually only when we reach like half a mil infections.
Back in 1981 I spent 2 years in Bloemfontein and various parts in the far north of the country. (SADF)
Turns out a lot of my Afrikaans brothers went around barefoot. So some soutie came up with the joke that everyone north of the Du Toits Kloof mountains lived barefoot.
Guess it was a subtle dig at the less sophisticated, most of the English dudes came from Cape Town and it was a bit of a culture shock seeing how the north lived.