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Most Comical/Hysterical COVID News Stories of the past few years

  • 12-01-2023 10:23pm
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    Not just in Ireland, to make this thread a bit broader. Here are a couple of examples that is quite funny to look out now, firmly being in the Hysterical category.

    ACTING CHIEF MEDICAL officer Dr Ronan Glynn has said that images shared on social media of large crowds outside drinking at the weekend have made him “very concerned”.

    Can you keep the noise down?

    Amid the excitement of reunions, it's perfectly normal for voices to be raised.

    Add a little alcohol, and maybe have a TV or music on as well, and things can get even noisier.

    But if someone is infected, the louder they speak, the more virus they release.

    A lot of research shows that when voices are projected, people emit more tiny droplets of the kind that can carry the coronavirus.

    So the advice is to avoid singing and dancing. At the very least, try keep those activities quiet or consider wearing masks.





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