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Councils and public health officials have the power to demolish buildings and even homes infected with coronavirus, it has emerged. 

As a last resort for preventing the spread of the disease, powers granted to local authorities - with the permission of a magistrate - could see anything from a car to a train destroyed.

The revelation comes as Boris Johnson remains determined to avoid a second nationwide lockdown at all costs, and has chosen to empower councils to properly enforce localised lockdowns.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8593993/Councils-BULLDOZE-contaminated-homes-resort-stop-second-wave-coronavirus.html

 

Or is this just the Daily Mail spouting their b/s as per ?

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21 minutes ago, alexa said:
Or is this just the Daily Mail spouting their b/s as per ?

 

Yes ..I think that's the answer alexa ... more fear mongering ...

 

This law was passed in 1984 when politicians were apparently even more stupid than they are now , and thought bulldozers could fix a plague ...

 

How long can a virus survive outside the body ? ...

From New Scientist ...    May 13, 2020 - One study suggested a virus can survive for up to 72 hours on plastic and stainless steel, less than 24 hours on cardboard and less than 4 hours on ...

 

another source ..... It is not certain how long the virus that causes COVID-19 survives on surfaces, but it seems likely to behave like other coronaviruses. A recent review of the survival of human coronaviruses on surfaces found large variability, ranging from 2 hours to 9 days (11).

 

So closing the building for a week should kill all viruses ... if you believe any of this BS!

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On 8/5/2020 at 7:38 AM, alexa said:
Councils and public health officials have the power to demolish buildings and even homes infected with coronavirus, it has emerged. 

As a last resort for preventing the spread of the disease, powers granted to local authorities - with the permission of a magistrate - could see anything from a car to a train destroyed.

The revelation comes as Boris Johnson remains determined to avoid a second nationwide lockdown at all costs, and has chosen to empower councils to properly enforce localised lockdowns.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8593993/Councils-BULLDOZE-contaminated-homes-resort-stop-second-wave-coronavirus.html

 

Or is this just the Daily Mail spouting their b/s as per ?

 

So 'coronavirus' doesn't just infect humans then it seems...

 

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Councils and public health officials have the power to demolish buildings and even homes infected with coronavirus, it has emerged.
 
As a last resort for preventing the spread of the disease, powers granted to local authorities - with the permission of a magistrate - could see anything from a car to a train destroyed.
 
This could mean factories or care homes which were the locations of super-spreading events could be destroyed as a last resort if councils do not believe they are safe environments.

 

"Safe environments" 🤣

 

What an absolute load of tosh. And people will believe this nonsense. So buildings, cars and trains that become 'infected' with coronavirus can be destroyed.

 

Just watch where these 'powers' will be used. I bet 'undesirable' tower blocks and council housing estates will be the first. Declare a local 'outbreak' in a block of flats, a great excuse to bring it down and sell off the land to developers.

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