I went for my first time to the velodrome on a recent Saturday and noticed there wasn't any social distancing and only a couple of masks to be seen among the many spectators sitting on the stands, and the riders at the bike-shed and waiting trackside.
Felt good tbh but also "let's just forget Covid because right now sliding down the bank or being hit by someone from behind seems more of a risk."
What you need to understand is that these are just the knights' two households, so it's all fine.
Humza getting muddled with the numbers again.. Covidiocy of the highest order.
Humza seems to be editing frantically.
Lost my mask commuting home today, dropped it at some point between coffe and office.
Had to pop into Tesco for dinner, no mask no problem they sell them, and was questioned at the door.. do you have a mask, no I need to buy one assuming they’d be right at the front because common sense.
Preceded to be directed half way down the store to the medical aisle where they are.
At this point I’m in the bloody store walking past everyone maskless. Why are they not at the bloody entrance?!
Am I the idiot here?
You got asked at the door?
“Hey sir, you need a mask to enter one unless you are exempt”
Well that's not a question.
Sorry I may have misquoted it was a definite do you have a mask you need a mask to enter.
One is in Scotland where it’s still mandatory.
The questions not the issue I am actually pleased being challenged, although not the exemption part I imagine some don’t like being questioned on their disability or other that makes them exempt.
It’s why are they not easy to access?!
Take a spare mask next time?
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