My sentiments exactly...I go out to walk the dogs, and either Kate or myself goes to the shop when we have to, and that's it. As I tend to save things up until I really need to go to town, it's a car job every time: it's groceries plus animal feed bags etc. I really don't want to be in a hospital (or even go to the doctor) just now.Asgard wrote: ↑Wed Jan 13, 2021 3:18 pmStarted the little 250 yam up ...pushed it so the front wheel was against a wall and did the revup and put it into gear thing to free the clutch which always sticks fast when left for any amount of time...
.......then wheeled it back in the garage
Really Want to go playing, but if I messed up id rightly feel a right bastige having to call for help in the current situation
The whole thing is very strange. Kate had suspected covid, tested negative, then got long covid which took weeks to get over. I've stayed perfectly well, but might still have had covid! I have little faith in the rest: it's 70 % accurate ie 3 out of 10 patients who test negative are really positive. It's best to just regard yourself as potentially infectious, reduce contact with the outside to a minimum and wear a mask etc.