Is actually looking like a serious situation now. Unlike SARS this one is transmissible during the incubation period, which is also longer than SARS. Which means it already could be latent in the community.
One of those typical sheep SUV drivers eh? Tut tut hno:
What happened to the good ol hatch, wagon or sedan?
I don't think we're taking this seriously enough. Chief medical officer saying that it's okay for children that have been in China in the last two weeks to go to school. Saying there is no reason for healthy children not to go. It goes against the general understanding that the virus is transmissible during incubation when no symptoms are showing. It's either extremely blasé or they don't hold any hopes for it being containable.
The secondary infections are just becoming apparent in other countries now.
^^Fair enough. But the suburban soccer mums and average joes who would rather buy a jacked up hatch for double the price and half the fun? I really don't get it
no I don't get those jacked up cars at all......no more space than the old ones, but twice the metal
Jack it up several centimetres, stick on some bits of extra trim for the "rugged" look, slap on a new badge and its automatically a cha ching for the dealers and manufacturer. :lol:
I find it difficult to get my head around the fact that our government is proposing to charge families $1,000 per child to evacuate 140 Australian children stuck in Wuhan to Christmas Island where they will be quarantined for two weeks. Not sure also what the islanders think about this along with the Biloela family who are incarcerated there either. Are other Nations charging their citizens?