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13-02-2020, 03:32 PM
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Re: NHS Coronavirus isolation pods?????

Originally Posted by Gaz55 ->
NHS Coronavirus isolation pods in NHS carparks!

Also known as,.........shipping containers!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...tion-PODS.html

That's the best they can do to help prevent the spread of the disease, lock people up in a metal box in a carpark ?
Perhaps the alternative at the end of the day would be preferable?
A wooden box in your very own plot of land!
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13-02-2020, 03:52 PM
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Re: NHS Coronavirus isolation pods?????

Originally Posted by Baz46 ->
Perhaps the alternative at the end of the day would be preferable?
A wooden box in your very own plot of land!
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13-02-2020, 05:04 PM
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Re: NHS Coronavirus isolation pods?????

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If positive you would go to a proper Isolation Unit - there are several around. The container/s would be decontaminated ready for re-use. Far easier to do that with a container the hospital A & E unit.
Why not go straight to the iso unit ST?? Maybe there are not so
many ot them around after all???
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13-02-2020, 05:41 PM
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Re: NHS Coronavirus isolation pods?????

Originally Posted by Donkeyman ->
Why not go straight to the iso unit ST?? Maybe there are not so
many ot them around after all???
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I think you're supposed to ring 111 if you suspect you have the virus[ who will notify whomever after questioning you]not do what the first confirmed now in London did .https://news.sky.com/story/coronavir...tists-11933071
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13-02-2020, 09:07 PM
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Re: NHS Coronavirus isolation pods?????

Goodness. A bit grim, but necessary. I would hope there is a light inside and some place to sit. Since I'm a tad claustrophobic I'd hope there is a window that I could open. If there was an outside lock, I'd never go into that shipping container.
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13-02-2020, 10:59 PM
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What's the problem? There have been many excellent homes and developments been made from shipping containers! It's a brilliant way of using them. Even Kevin McCloud's favourite Grand Designs of the Year was made from converted shipping containers. Properly insulated and kitted out they're no worse than any sectional building. Let's face it just about every hospital has "temporary" sectional buildings on site.
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14-02-2020, 11:51 AM
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Re: NHS Coronavirus isolation pods?????

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What's the problem? There have been many excellent homes and developments been made from shipping containers! It's a brilliant way of using them. Even Kevin McCloud's favourite Grand Designs of the Year was made from converted shipping containers. Properly insulated and kitted out they're no worse than any sectional building. Let's face it just about every hospital has "temporary" sectional buildings on site.
Your right Glanny, and they cant catch fire either, or get damaged
by wind??
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