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  00:21:16  26 April 2021
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PCDania
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That would be nice, can't say no to that offer. Anything you want in exchange?

Ah, so you have do-it-yourself Quick Tests available. How much does they cost or are they free of charge?

Luckily I'm also at low risk at getting infected. I rarely visit any other shop when buying food than the small one close by. At work there are 3 people besides me and one of them I rarely see and the other is only present when we are busy. Besides that I have nothing to do with the customers.
  23:30:23  25 April 2021
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Molecule
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I get my coffea from Old Seavas' mule train delivery. If you want, I can give you package for your field trips.

Quick Test are now available in stores. Right now I am fine and the cases I mentioned are 1.5 month ago. Don't worry, I'm fine and I am not in hospital. Besides my co-workers at work, I don't see anyone else or go anywhere. Not that I have much reason to go elsewhere, a lot is closed.
  14:35:29  25 April 2021
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PCDania
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Thanks Mole

*Takes a sip of coffee.* Mmmm, nice. Where do you get your coffee or is that a secret?

Can't you get a Quick Test? Here in Denmark we have lots of places where people can just show up and get a Quick Test. A cotton swap is stuck into your nose and 30 minutes later you can read the result online via a link they send to you via SMS. If the test is positive, they will call you directly and advice you what to do. PCR tests we can order online and if that doesn't work we can phone in a request for a PCR test. I've got a PCR test twice when someone at my work tested positive. Both times the online site didn't work but the person I made a call to made sure I got an appointment. Luckily I were not infected.
  02:23:53  25 April 2021
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Molecule
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*pours coffea into PCDania's mug*

Here you go, PCDania.

I didn't get tested, because when I called for an appointment I was put through and the call got disconnected. Couldn't say I was too happy about that, so screw it.

I am not showing any symptoms right now except the typical hayfever ones.
  14:21:59  24 April 2021
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PCDania
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Coffee? Yes sure.

*Fetches a mug and holds it out so Molecule can pour the coffee.*

So you didn't get tested, why? I've been tested each week for a good month now as that is required because I meet at my place of work. Never going to get used to getting a cotton swap stuck up my nose. Oh, and testing negative and that we are slowly opening up means I can finally get a haircut on Monday. Haven't got one since early November last year.
  01:39:20  24 April 2021
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Molecule
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In my country, curfew will be lifted next wednesday and terraces are allowed to open again. Still the numbers are not decreasing yet. A few millions are vaccinated and many more to go. My turn won't be before June or July.

We've had some cases at work and I was close to the unfortunate ones a few times. I planned to have myself tested, but decided not to because of something very idiot that happened.

Our government has fallen a few months ago and now they are struggling to form a new one. Due to political problems and our Prime Minister is not having an easy time.

*pours a cup of coffea and takes a sip*

Anyone coffea?

*Holds up coffea pot.*
  17:33:20  22 April 2021
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PCDania
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Here in Denmark we are still cautiously opening up while having the foot on the break so if a district have more than a set number of new infections in the run of 7 days it is temporarily on lock down until the numbers are looking good again.

Personally I've managed not to get infected yet, am getting tested once a week. If the test tomorrow Friday is negative I can finally get a haircut. Haven't got one since early November last year. Have a little bit of problems with pollen but I have finally invested in an air purifier I have running for a few hours each evening before I go to sleep, I can clearly feel a difference with less stuffed nose and less irritated eyes.

Hoping we soon hear some good news from Wobbegong, I really don't like his long absence.
  13:16:18  22 April 2021
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Vikingstalker
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Whew, really quiet here lately.

Well, situation here seems to be similar to the netherlands, hard lockdowns is called for by the gubment, some cities have curfews in place. I mean, by now you can get tested at every corner and buy self tests in the drugstore. Of course the numbers go up if every dude and his cat are getting tested now. And of course the resistance to the headless actions of the Government is growing. Elections are also coming and none of the parties so far have a suited candidate for following Chancellor Merkel.
In my little place everythings fine though, the advantages of being relatively rural. Did a test on monday, all good.
Despite that, i'm not feeling well. Work has me in chronic knee and backpain. Also injured my hand on the weekend which seems to be inflamed now. Allergies are starting off too. All in all i'm just exhausted and rather just be sleeping all day.

So, hows the rest doing nowadays?
  21:42:50  4 April 2021
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Molecule
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Yes, that one. Right now they are arguing about the issue and placed a mistrust on the fallen Prime Minister. Instead they should be forming a new government and adress the issues in our country.

The plague... the economy and business that are falling seem to be minor now.
  03:35:56  3 April 2021
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Don Reba
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Glad to hear you all in Canada have been saved the trouble. The rest of the world, bad to very bad.

It's a real headache in my country, because on top of that we also have the political turmoil going on.
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The no-confidence vote? It was briefly in my news feed.

Canada is a bit similar to the US in the way each province has been handling the pandemic in its own way. Some have been much more successful than others. British Columbia is among the luckier ones.
 
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