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Can You Survive 100 day lockdown poll..tasman1

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#1 by tasman1 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 00:19

All lockdown are extended , and they will extend it more

How long can you survive it TOTAL lockdown s food you have it home

Tell truth here , no point lying , no point to have shame ,no point to hide

Not going to shop I can be good for 3-4 month , or to be very carefull and a bit hungry I can survive 8-9 month ,,,,, so I will put here 6 month
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#2 by suraraj » Thu Apr 02, 2020 00:30

I can survive for a minimum of three months lock down and but still not bought essentials. I still buy the essentials for a week.
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#3 by tasman1 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 00:35

suraraj wrote: I can survive for a minimum of three months lock down and but still not bought essentials. I still buy the essentials for a week.





That is good , if you can buy , buy more .... in start my idea was just for 1 month , now think it will go much futher , I still add daily more and more food that can last min 1 year
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#4 by suraraj » Thu Apr 02, 2020 00:36

Indian government have assured that the lock down will not be extended beyond April 14. So waiting with hopes.
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#5 by tasman1 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 00:56

suraraj wrote: Indian government have assured that the lock down will not be extended beyond April 14. So waiting with hopes.




Let us hope for that, but they all did told us that and we know what hapen , words , not sure what value they have now
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#6 by suraraj » Thu Apr 02, 2020 01:01

How long is the lock down in Australia
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#7 by tasman1 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 01:05

suraraj wrote: How long is the lock down in Australia



NSW went to lockdown 5 hours ago ..... for 90 day

Victoria week ago , for 1 month

Rest of Australia ? in next week or two
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#8 by sonyjmn » Thu Apr 02, 2020 02:14

Thanks for info

Even i think our Govt too will extend lockdown because numbers are increasing not decreasing here

India stats 1,964 confirmed cases, 150 Recovered and 50 Deaths till date
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#9 by sreejathan » Thu Apr 02, 2020 02:25

New cases are rising day by day which may now turn to a social infection as people are worried of not going out to work. If situation goes as such there is a chance of extension of lock down
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#10 by Arvind9 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 03:23

Its an eye opener for everyone that we are not a society comparable to others in the world when the whole world is following the same lockdown norms or you can say its being imposed why not here,sixth largest economy,five trillion economy was only political talk nothing else,World bank projections a couple of days ago say poverty and unemployment in some Asian countries will rise sharply,in India approximately 30 million people could add to the existing people below the poverty line,which means unemployment will be very high,I dont mind the lockdown for as long as it is necessary to contain the virus
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#11 by tasman1 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 13:27

Arvind9 wrote: Its an eye opener for everyone that we are not a society comparable to others in the world when the whole world is following the same lockdown norms or you can say its being imposed why not here,sixth largest economy,five trillion economy was only political talk nothing else,World bank projections a couple of days ago say poverty and unemployment in some Asian countries will rise sharply,in India approximately 30 million people could add to the existing people below the poverty line,which means unemployment will be very high,I dont mind the lockdown for as long as it is necessary to contain the virus




Lockdown is dead trap Arvind 9


My Son did try to go to the doctor ................ nope , no way
I did try to see doctor ................;.. nope , no way

Scared that lockdown will last until population go down to under 1 billion ..... they are killing us , it is simple as that
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#12 by Arvind9 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 14:25

Just wait a minute it depends how a lockdown is imposed everywhere,the word lockdown may sound like restriction on all movements but here a lot of things dont come under it,lets see what is allowed here,getting everyday essentials how it is interpreted maybe that is not understood,I go out to get essentials once in seven days many people could go more often,petrol bank chemist hospital is exempted,difference is how it is followed maybe that is where the infection spreads,when you go out once in seven or ten days you are isolated for a certain period and would know if you are infected if there are no changes in your health maybe you are ok,but the more often one goes out the risk of getting infected is higher,lockdown in all countries is not working the same way,in some European countries when you go out the police or the military is more actively enforcing the lockdown they check your ID they check your temperature ask questions where you are going if your reasons are not adequate action is taken accordingly,,here in India its not enforced its still assumed people are following guidelines set by the government,people who understand it follow others break rules.
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#13 by Darkstar2 » Fri Apr 03, 2020 23:58

suraraj wrote: Indian government have assured that the lock down will not be extended beyond April 14. So waiting with hopes.

BIG mistake - if countries lift restrictions too soon, it can seriously backfire and spread can skyrocket.....
Even the U.S. President who was convinced that things would get back to normal by Easter was seriously mistaken and changed his stance, saying it would be a very long combat. Due to the high dense population it would be surprising if India will not extend time frame.
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#14 by sreejathan » Sat Apr 04, 2020 00:06

Exactly if the lock down is released then people will travel and there is chance for further calamity. I think there will restrictions in travel and the hot spots will remain in lock down .Otherwise a the benefits of lock down will become useless
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#15 by Arvind9 » Sat Apr 04, 2020 05:06

In just ten days people look stressed and are standing outside their homes looking agitated they go for a short walk with no precautions,a lockdown needs to be enforced rather than allowing people to believe what they are told
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#16 by Arvind9 » Sat Apr 04, 2020 06:53

Energy Minister from the state of Maharashtra says the PM Narendra Modi call to switch off electricity for 9 minutes can cause an national emergency because there would be no power even in hospitals switching off the grid means it could take 10-12 hours to restore the electricity many places
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#17 by valerie » Sat Apr 04, 2020 07:05

One problem is not knowing how long the virus will last, in regards to food storage.

If you know you need to ration your food storage for a specified time, you are going to eat less.

So, I think one problem that people may encounter (and I hope they don't) is eating up their
supply too fast.

Many people should probably be cutting their daily food intake by half if not more. You think
about that. If you cut your food intake daily by half, you have doubled your food storage OR
you could say extended your food supply to twice as long.
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#18 by sreejathan » Sat Apr 04, 2020 07:10

Yes that will make many healthy too.
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#19 by tasman1 » Sat Apr 04, 2020 13:29

chandramohanancc wrote: Yes that will make many healthy too.




And many who are poor will die faster ,,,,,,,, remember that every coin have two side


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Energy Minister from the state of Maharashtra says the PM Narendra Modi call to switch off electricity for 9 minutes can cause an national emergency because there would be no power even in hospitals switching off the grid means it could take 10-12 hours to restore the electricity many places


Maybe they try to tell and show a future , black one
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#20 by Arvind9 » Sat Apr 04, 2020 14:21

More than 50% of Coronavirus cases in India are due to people going to places of worship are in turn spreading it to others,in the last 24 hours saw the highest number of cases in a day 645
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