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1 minute ago, SimonTV said:

 

They all had the magic injection, so now they don't need masks.... ehh wait, no they still need masks in the supermarket, oh wait that is because there is people walking around without their injections. So basically they can only take off their masks when they are in safe space...

They 'protect children' if you didn't know... Because this new delta plus lambda variant attacks kids too. 🤪

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2 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

They all had the magic injection, so now they don't need masks.... ehh wait, no they still need masks in the supermarket, oh wait that is because there is people walking around without their injections. So basically they can only take off their masks when they are in safe space...

You'd imagine that most of them would have had 2 jabs, given their age. Really hope there's a huge outbreak in infections that can be traced back to Wimbledon to show that their stupid vaccines don't work. 

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11 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

I saw some of the Wimbledon coverage . Everything looked like the old 'normal' as far as I could tell. It was like watching it in 2019.  Was there a 'no jab, no entry' rule?

 

No clue, the roof was closed tho.

 

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46 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

 

I saw some of the Wimbledon coverage . Everything looked like the old 'normal' as far as I could tell. It was like watching it in 2019.  Was there a 'no jab, no entry' rule?

 

27 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

No clue, the roof was closed tho.

 

 

An interesting one that and yes there are jab/test/immunity & smartphone + I.D. rules for entry. Welcome to the Displeauredome.

 

https://www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/visit_and_tickets/covid19_entry_requirements.html

What are the requirements for entry to The Championships?

  • You will be required to show proof of COVID status upon entry in the form of: 
    • Full vaccination (first and second dose), and with the second dose administered at least 14 days before your visit, OR
    • A negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours of your visit (for those aged 11 and over), OR
    • If you are resident in England, proof of natural immunity (positive PCR test within the last six months, after self-isolation has ended and up to 180 days after taking the test), demonstrated via your NHS COVID Pass on the NHS App.
  • Your mobile device and the Wimbledon App downloaded in order to display your ticket. 
  • You will need to have shared your additional ticket with your Guest (if you have purchased a pair) via the Manage Benefits section of your profile on wimbledon.com. They will need to have created their own  my Wimbledon account and have downloaded the Wimbledon App.
  • A valid photo ID. 
  • A face covering (unless medically exempt). 

Proof of COVID Status

Ticket-holders resident in England:

  • For residents of England, you may demonstrate your COVID status - either full vaccination, or a negative lateral flow test, or proof of natural immunity - using the COVID Pass on the NHS App. For more information on how to do this, please click here
     

Ticket-holders resident elsewhere in the UK or an overseas country:

  • You may demonstrate your COVID status using the COVID Pass if you are fully vaccinated. For more information on how to do this, please click here
  • If you live in Scotland, you can obtain your vaccination status on this website.
  • If you live in Wales, please check the latest guidelines from the Welsh Government by visiting this website.
  • At this stage, there is no process for residents of Northern Ireland and any other international country to evidence their vaccination status - please take a lateral flow test as follows: 
    • If you are unable to provide evidence of your vaccination status, you can still gain entry to The Championships by undertaking a free lateral flow test, which can be self-administered at home or at your accommodation in England, and report your result via the NHS Self-Report Tool. You do not need to be a resident in England to upload your result using the NHS Self-Report Tool. The test needs to be taken within 48 hours of your entry to the Grounds. 

Further details on how to show proof of COVID Status

For residents of England, more information on the COVID Pass


Face coverings and distancing

Ticket-holders will be required to wear face coverings while moving around the venue grounds. To further trial the suspension of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (face coverings and social distancing), the use of face coverings and social distancing will not be mandatory while ticket holders are seated while at the venue.

This will enable ticket-holders to sit with any guest at any time, both in the court and in food and drink spaces, however we expect there still to be a form of social distancing around the Grounds, particularly in managing any queues. 


Mobile App and Photo ID

All tickets will be displayed via the Official Wimbledon App (Wimbledon 2021), and must be produced, along with photo ID, on arrival at the AELTC.

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Well lookee here ,they are building another 'prison' this time on the site of what was once the biggest young offendors institution in western europe and where i once had the pleasure of residing for a few months because 'they' thought 'they' needed proteting from me,the scale of these things and the very rapid construction of them (how many more are there ?) leads me to believe that the public are not geing told the 100% truth around these

 

http://politics.leics.gov.uk/documents/s160520/MOJ - FEB2021 GPP Newsletter - FINAL.pdf

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1 minute ago, Orange Alert said:

 

 

An interesting one that and yes there are rules for entry. Welcome to the Displeauredome.

 

https://www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/visit_and_tickets/covid19_entry_requirements.html

What are the requirements for entry to The Championships?

  • You will be required to show proof of COVID status upon entry in the form of: 
    • Full vaccination (first and second dose), and with the second dose administered at least 14 days before your visit, OR
    • A negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours of your visit (for those aged 11 and over), OR
    • If you are resident in England, proof of natural immunity (positive PCR test within the last six months, after self-isolation has ended and up to 180 days after taking the test), demonstrated via your NHS COVID Pass on the NHS App.
  • Your mobile device and the Wimbledon App downloaded in order to display your ticket. 
  • You will need to have shared your additional ticket with your Guest (if you have purchased a pair) via the Manage Benefits section of your profile on wimbledon.com. They will need to have created their own  my Wimbledon account and have downloaded the Wimbledon App.
  • A valid photo ID. 
  • A face covering (unless medically exempt). 

Proof of COVID Status

Ticket-holders resident in England:

  • For residents of England, you may demonstrate your COVID status - either full vaccination, or a negative lateral flow test, or proof of natural immunity - using the COVID Pass on the NHS App. For more information on how to do this, please click here
     

Ticket-holders resident elsewhere in the UK or an overseas country:

  • You may demonstrate your COVID status using the COVID Pass if you are fully vaccinated. For more information on how to do this, please click here
  • If you live in Scotland, you can obtain your vaccination status on this website.
  • If you live in Wales, please check the latest guidelines from the Welsh Government by visiting this website.
  • At this stage, there is no process for residents of Northern Ireland and any other international country to evidence their vaccination status - please take a lateral flow test as follows: 
    • If you are unable to provide evidence of your vaccination status, you can still gain entry to The Championships by undertaking a free lateral flow test, which can be self-administered at home or at your accommodation in England, and report your result via the NHS Self-Report Tool. You do not need to be a resident in England to upload your result using the NHS Self-Report Tool. The test needs to be taken within 48 hours of your entry to the Grounds. 

Further details on how to show proof of COVID Status

For residents of England, more information on the COVID Pass


Face coverings and distancing

Ticket-holders will be required to wear face coverings while moving around the venue grounds. To further trial the suspension of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (face coverings and social distancing), the use of face coverings and social distancing will not be mandatory while ticket holders are seated while at the venue.

This will enable ticket-holders to sit with any guest at any time, both in the court and in food and drink spaces, however we expect there still to be a form of social distancing around the Grounds, particularly in managing any queues. 


Mobile App and Photo ID

All tickets will be displayed via the Official Wimbledon App (Wimbledon 2021), and must be produced, along with photo ID, on arrival at the AELTC.

It's a good job I think Tennis is a wanky toff sport, couldn't be arsed with this nonsense. ✊💦

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2 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

 

An interesting one that and yes there are rules for entry. Welcome to the Displeauredome.

 

https://www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/visit_and_tickets/covid19_entry_requirements.html

What are the requirements for entry to The Championships?

  • You will be required to show proof of COVID status upon entry in the form of: 
    • Full vaccination (first and second dose), and with the second dose administered at least 14 days before your visit, OR
    • A negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours of your visit (for those aged 11 and over), OR
    • If you are resident in England, proof of natural immunity (positive PCR test within the last six months, after self-isolation has ended and up to 180 days after taking the test), demonstrated via your NHS COVID Pass on the NHS App.
  • Your mobile device and the Wimbledon App downloaded in order to display your ticket. 
  • You will need to have shared your additional ticket with your Guest (if you have purchased a pair) via the Manage Benefits section of your profile on wimbledon.com. They will need to have created their own  my Wimbledon account and have downloaded the Wimbledon App.
  • A valid photo ID. 
  • A face covering (unless medically exempt). 

Proof of COVID Status

Ticket-holders resident in England:

  • For residents of England, you may demonstrate your COVID status - either full vaccination, or a negative lateral flow test, or proof of natural immunity - using the COVID Pass on the NHS App. For more information on how to do this, please click here
     

Ticket-holders resident elsewhere in the UK or an overseas country:

  • You may demonstrate your COVID status using the COVID Pass if you are fully vaccinated. For more information on how to do this, please click here
  • If you live in Scotland, you can obtain your vaccination status on this website.
  • If you live in Wales, please check the latest guidelines from the Welsh Government by visiting this website.
  • At this stage, there is no process for residents of Northern Ireland and any other international country to evidence their vaccination status - please take a lateral flow test as follows: 
    • If you are unable to provide evidence of your vaccination status, you can still gain entry to The Championships by undertaking a free lateral flow test, which can be self-administered at home or at your accommodation in England, and report your result via the NHS Self-Report Tool. You do not need to be a resident in England to upload your result using the NHS Self-Report Tool. The test needs to be taken within 48 hours of your entry to the Grounds. 

Further details on how to show proof of COVID Status

For residents of England, more information on the COVID Pass


Face coverings and distancing

Ticket-holders will be required to wear face coverings while moving around the venue grounds. To further trial the suspension of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (face coverings and social distancing), the use of face coverings and social distancing will not be mandatory while ticket holders are seated while at the venue.

This will enable ticket-holders to sit with any guest at any time, both in the court and in food and drink spaces, however we expect there still to be a form of social distancing around the Grounds, particularly in managing any queues. 


Mobile App and Photo ID

All tickets will be displayed via the Official Wimbledon App (Wimbledon 2021), and must be produced, along with photo ID, on arrival at the AELTC.

 

Simple enough

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2 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Well lookee here ,they are building another 'prison' this time on the site of what was once the biggest young offendors institution in western europe and where i once had the pleasure of residing for a few months because 'they' thought 'they' needed proteting from me,the scale of these things and the very rapid construction of them (how many more are there ?) leads me to believe that the public are not geing told the 100% truth around these

 

http://politics.leics.gov.uk/documents/s160520/MOJ - FEB2021 GPP Newsletter - FINAL.pdf

Glen Parva without looking??

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4 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Well lookee here ,they are building another 'prison' this time on the site of what was once the biggest young offendors institution in western europe and where i once had the pleasure of residing for a few months because 'they' thought 'they' needed proteting from me,the scale of these things and the very rapid construction of them (how many more are there ?) leads me to believe that the public are not geing told the 100% truth around these

 

http://politics.leics.gov.uk/documents/s160520/MOJ - FEB2021 GPP Newsletter - FINAL.pdf

Ties in nicely with the other gulag in Northants.

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Sydney lockdown, Melbourne's been back in lockdown, Northern T. now Perth, Queensland 'on the verge' and extended SA.... poor Tassie will be feeling left out!

Perth goes into lockdown from midnight after new COVID-19 case detected

West Australian Premier Mark McGowan has announced Perth and Peel will go into a full lockdown from midnight Monday for at least four days.

He said the current COVID-19 outbreak had grown to three cases and was a rapidly evolving situation requiring action to be taken to protect the community.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/western-australia/fears-of-wa-lockdown-mounts-as-premier-mark-mcgowan-gives-late-covid-19-update-20210627-p5852k.html

 

NT Lockdown extended, one new mine case recorded

To the Northern Territory now, where Chief Minister Michael Gunner is telling Darwin residents they will be subject to another 72 hours of lockdown, which means until 1pm on Friday.

This comes after another positive COVID-19 case in the territory, a 50-year-old man linked to the mine outbreak who left the site on June 25. He is a close contact of another man linked to that outbreak.

Mr Gunner said the man was in the Darwin community for 36 hours while infectious, and the Buff Club has been listed as an exposure site. Everyone who was at that venue between 5.30pm and 8pm on June 25 must isolate at home for 14 days.

 

Wake-up call for Australia’: SA reintroducing restrictions

South Australia is reintroducing a number of restrictions in light of the growing concern regarding the COVID-19 Delta variant throughout the nation.

SA Premier Steven Marshall has told a press conference masks must be worn for high-risk settings, which include residential aged-care and hospitals, and are highly recommended to be worn on public transport.

 

Covid 19 coronavirus: Queensland 'on the verge' of lockdown

28 Jun, 2021 03:27 PM

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has revealed the state is "on the verge" of lockdown after the state recorded two new community Covid-19 infections on Monday.

It has been revealed one of the new cases – a female miner – has been infected with the highly contagious Delta variant of the deadly virus, while the other case is linked to a Portuguese restaurant and tested positive while in quarantine.

Palaszczuk said mask wearing would become mandatory from 1am Tuesday while the number of diners and visitors in homes was reduced.

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