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Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Wed Aug 12, 2020 7:34 am  

TrinTrin wrote:
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Just a point, would it now make sense to have six changing rooms to ensure full cleandown this ensuring no cross contamination &
Thereby 72hrs would pass before use again !
The problem is expense & appearing to be ott, but elimination = reduction of all of any transmission, on a further note, all individual players will now be very, very concerned in order to not take it home to their families, self isolate at home is one thing, staying am part @ home as though your in a cell room is another thing, all the family to into testing & it's invasive discomfort of that testing & re testing !
All this is very hard to control !
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Wed Aug 12, 2020 8:58 am  
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BOJ042 wrote:
I think they will have to cancel season - salford and hull will not be able to play for 14 days at least - and any teams that used same dressing sheds etc will be affected . its a sad world

No other club have reported any symptons of the virus to date, maybe the problem lies after they left the ground so it's a bit premature to be talking of cancelling the season.
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Wed Aug 12, 2020 9:00 am  

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11 Salford players have been told to self isolate for 2 weeks.
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Wed Aug 12, 2020 12:51 pm  

musson wrote:
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It’s 10 days buddy

That would mean they would only miss one game
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Wed Aug 12, 2020 1:32 pm  

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musson wrote:
It’s 10 days buddy

That would mean they would only miss one game

Yes and no. It’s 10 days for people who have already tested positive or are displaying symptoms.

It’s 14 days for people who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive to cover for the incubation period. So the Salford Players won’t be free to resume until two weeks after the game.

All that said it matters not as Salford didn’t have a game the following week anyway.
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Wed Aug 12, 2020 3:55 pm  

TrinTrin wrote:
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Agreed on all points but, it also depends on when it manifests or shows etc it could be the 9th, 10th or up to 13th, 14 day then you get another 14 days !!, The virus is no respector of you prefered time table !
Next, you could be Asymptomatic, every test is NOT 100% proof, too many people think all these dead lines are a given exact fact & will
No go beyond the stated human game on quotes.
To prove the point, people act & think if you wear a mask, 2m does not matter, all the club officials in the stands did not wear masks when less than 1m, eg, Gary Hetherington & Saints owner, Wigan's Adrian Lamb & Chester, so ask your self, Hulls players & 2 coaching staff + their officials, did they have close contact between them selves & then others at the stadium ?
Over the week end, did all players use their own cars ? If they used a coach, we're masks worn & social distancing take place, does the
Driver of the Hull coach- bus now have to self isolate & his family ?
This all falls back to a nightmare & how kean you are to contain & prevent this virus that does not behave now we want it to or restrict itsself,
Only we as a whole can be stronger in prevention but it's a ball ahce be vigilant & carrying out prevention, that includes me !
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:06 am  

musson wrote:
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Sacred Cow wrote:
Yes and no. It’s 10 days for people who have already tested positive or are displaying symptoms.

It’s 14 days for people who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive to cover for the incubation period. So the Salford Players won’t be free to resume until two weeks after the game.

All that said it matters not as Salford didn’t have a game the following week anyway.


Yes agree with that
Both teams will only miss the one match luckily

Salford have dropped lucky as they are out off the cc or could have missed two matches

This situation is going to so tough going forward
Let’s hope this is a one off for our game
Re: Nightmare decisions to make. Thu Aug 13, 2020 8:23 am  

supercat wrote:
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A few teams have games to catch up on so all ok just means more than likely no one gets a rest when they should have.
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