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Re: Dirty Old Town
« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2021, 01:15:00 pm »
It's all a loada bollocks.

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Re: Dirty Old Town
« Reply #16 on: February 26, 2021, 01:18:12 pm »
You should go out and get yourself a fine for refusing to wear a mask, Doc... then set up a gofundme page... you'll easily treble your takings.

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Re: Dirty Old Town
« Reply #17 on: February 26, 2021, 01:41:52 pm »
You should go out and get yourself a fine for refusing to wear a mask, Doc... then set up a gofundme page... you'll easily treble your takings.
He  could get his haircut then go for a takeaway pint in New Street because its more than 5KM from home.

After that perhaps set up a GoFindMeANewSlogan page! 8)

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« Reply #18 on: February 26, 2021, 02:07:16 pm »
I've noticed a lotta cases of elderly people hamming it up.
they're walking along the street norra bodder but when they're going inta a shop the mask goes on and the frail vulnerable act goes in to action. if you put a pillow over their face in a hospital they'd run down the corridor goodo alright.

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« Reply #19 on: February 26, 2021, 02:34:47 pm »
You should go out and get yourself a fine for refusing to wear a mask, Doc... then set up a gofundme page... you'll easily treble your takings.
I only discovered I'm in Artane/Whitehall electoral area.!

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Re: Dirty Old Town
« Reply #20 on: March 28, 2021, 07:06:45 pm »
https://www.dublinlive.ie/news/health/covid19-cases-dublin-area-irelandscovid19datahub-20262946

Latest list of Dublin areas with highest and lowest rates of COVID-19 shows one town suffering with massive spike

One area in particular has seen a massive increase

ByAlex Dunne
13:04, 26 MAR 2021 UPDATED13:06, 26 MAR 2021
NEWS

Rates of COVID-19 in Dublin have began to flatten out across the capital with some small increases and decreases on last week's figures.

But one area in particular has seen a massive increase.

The incidence rate of cases per 100,00 people over 14 days is used to measure the levels of infection in local areas across the country.

And Balbriggan in North County Dublin has shot up the table, topping the Dublin infection charts while also being the fifth-worst hit area for COVID-19 in the country between March 9th and 22nd.

391 cases per 100k people were recorded in the Balbriggan Local Electoral Area, an increase in incidence rate of over 150 from last week.

Ballymun-Finglas remains in second place his week with a slight jump up to 369 cases per 100,000.

Tallaght South sits third with 366.6 per 100,000, while Ongar its fourth on 365.6.

The North Inner City - last week's table toppers - rounds out the top five with 322.3 cases per 100,000.

Stillorgan remains at the bottom of the table, and is one of two LEAs with an incidence rate below 100, sitting at 62.3 cases per 100,000.

And Firhouse-Bohernabreena joins them below the 100 barrier, with 81.9 cases per 100,000.

The southside dominates the bottom of the table, with Dun Laoghaire having the third lowest rate on 103.3, followed by Dundrum (104.1) and Rathfarnham-Templeogue (104.4).

Here's a rundown of the latest cases per 100,000 in every LEA in the period 05/01 to 18/01:

Area   Cases per 100k
Balbriggan   391
Ballymun-Finglas   369
Tallaght South   366.6
Ongar   365.6
North Inner City   322.3
Artane-Whitehall   320.6
Palmerstown-Fonthill   312.9
Rush-Lusk   311.5
Clondalkin   309.5
Swords   290.1
Cabra-Glasnevin   284.7
Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart   280.4
Ballyfermot-Drimnagh   269.2
South West Inner City   248
Donaghmede   240.4
Clontarf   232.5
Castleknock   214.6
South East Inner City   206.9
Killiney-Shankill   196.9
Lucan   194.5
Howth-Malahide   169.3
Glencullen-Sandyford   166.6
Kimmage-Rathmines   164.7
Tallaght Central   157.4
Blackrock   112.7
Pembroke   107.8
Rathfarnham-Templeogue   104.4
Dundrum   104.1
Dun Laoghaire   103.3
Firhouse-Bohernabreena   81.9
Stillorgan   62.3

The North Inner City sits atop the decrease table, with its rate plummeting by over 100 from last week.

Lucan, Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart, Artane-Whitehall, and Pembroke join them in the top 5.

Area   Mar22   Mar15   Decrease

North Inner City   322.3   443.3   121
Lucan   194.5   257.3   62.8
Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart   280.4   320   39.6
Artane-Whitehall   320.6   353.8   33.2
Pembroke   107.8   129.7   21.9

Meanwhile the numbers show a rapid deterioration of the situation in Balbriggan, whose rate has gone up by a massive 155.8 week on week.

Tallaght South - which sits third overall - Swords, Killiney-Shankill, and Clondalkin make up the rest of the top 5 increases.

Area   Mar22   Mar15   Increase
Balbriggan   391   235.2   155.8
Tallaght South   366.6   276.3   90.3
Swords   290.1   204.4   85.7
Killiney-Shankill   196.9   115.5   81.4
Clondalkin   309.5   249.4   60.1

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Re: Dirty Old Town
« Reply #21 on: March 28, 2021, 07:13:32 pm »
You heard it here first... and the pubs are still doing a roaring "takeaway" trade, and these aren't pubs that would do anything to upset the local constabulary.

http://intaxi.org/forum/index.php?topic=13347.msg181267#msg181267

 


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