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20 minutes ago, Pates said:

 

If ever there was a (non health related) reason people need to get vaccinated this is it. Population gets vaccinated, it no longer becomes an issue how many cases get reported. Life goes on. 

I doubt there will be an increase Pates. Sadly since the advent of the internet now any crazy with a ridiculous theory gets noticed and believe by an increasing number of people. Haven't you heard it was caused by 5G.

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1 hour ago, Garbo said:

Highly unlikely anyone would be positive, but it does interrupt there preparation which can only be an advantage for us.

This is a significant interruption to the weekly training schedule for the Doggies. Let's hope that the Dees train well this week and apply improved 'teaming' techniques to present far better than they did last game against the Crows. 

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6 minutes ago, Deemania since 56 said:

This is a significant interruption to the weekly training schedule for the Doggies. Let's hope that the Dees train well this week and apply improved 'teaming' techniques to present far better than they did last game against the Crows. 

There are a few learnings from that game.

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32 minutes ago, old dee said:

Postpone the game till our bye week, we have injuries and a few tired, now is just about perfect for a rest

More time for Viney to be cherry ripe😁

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Eesh.. kind of wanted to go up against a full-strength properly-trained dogs as it would be the best test at this stage of the season.. but then again maybe a win against the dogs at this stage (even if it's in some small way helped by them having an interrupted week) could be great for team confidence?

Confused Curb Your Enthusiasm GIF

 

Yep, have a case of the "obsessively assessing every variable of the season.. the result of every game etc.. through the lens of what would be best for the dees, given we could actually do something this year" 👍

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4 hours ago, willmoy said:

AFL Rule apparently no spitting, talking or breathing during game by Bulldog

Maybe the Doggies should wear masks - not us of course 😷 

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7 minutes ago, Demonland said:

This isn't good in relation to crowds being allowed this week.

Lets hope Bulldogs had a secret training session Bayside...... :)

 

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6 minutes ago, Demonland said:

This isn't good in relation to crowds being allowed this week.

So long as all cases are linked it’s good. 
If we get random cases in the community we are faarked. 
I too suspect we will go into a snap lockdown over the weekend but the game will go ahead with no crowds. It’s minimal risk as it’s a controlled environment. Everyone can get tested pre game and tracked and traced. 
 

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3 hours ago, Demonland said:

There was a positive case at the Collingwood vs Port game. 

 

I was at that game but luckily sitting in the AFL members. The exposure site was M1 to M16z

Got a message from the DHHS to monitor for symptoms.

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15 hours ago, willmoy said:

AFL Rule apparently no spitting, talking or breathing during game by Bulldog

And no Dishlicking😎

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3 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I was at that game but luckily sitting in the AFL members. The exposure site was M1 to M16z

Got a message from the DHHS to monitor for symptoms.

Nothing Lucky about being at Collingwood or Port game not featuring the Dee's

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15 hours ago, binman said:

There won't be a lockdown. Games will go ahead. There will be crowds. 

Tend to agree. All cases linked. If they find cases and can't immediately link them then a lockdown is inevitable but every single case has been related. Maybe reduced crowds.

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7 hours ago, Demonland said:

There was a positive case at the Collingwood vs Port game. 

 

Lucky it wasn't a dees game. Because people actually turn up to our games!

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4 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I was at that game but luckily sitting in the AFL members. The exposure site was M1 to M16z

Got a message from the DHHS to monitor for symptoms.

Except it want covid symptoms they asked you to monitor.

They're concerned the game was so boring they have asked patrons to monitor for ongoing symptoms of ennui.

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AFL insists there will be no “dirty dogs” running around at Marvel Stadium this Friday night. They can drink their own bath water.

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