I have made the necessary arrangements and will be leaving the UK Wednesday evening. I should touch down in Singapore on Thursday evening...just before
an additional requirement of submitting a health declaration form kicks in.
I have no lessons on Wednesday and Thursday, and my main online stomping grounds are unlikely to be seriously affected. I even managed to snag a window seat with an empty adjacent middle seat on an Airbus A380-800, which will be my first (and maybe only) time flying this aircraft. Things are looking good so far.
Stay safe batooter. Heard Ohio issued a shelter-in-place, which is honestly surprising given the relatively low numbers of confirmed cases there. Good for them.
They know how badly it can go. It went south for Italy, and it's quickly going south for both the UK and the rest of US. The fact that the BBC is now reporting that the NHS stands a chance of being overwhelmed, when just a few weeks ago, the government expressed confidence that they are ready to handle the situation, is moderately unsettling.
So basically the same as the UK or US except with halfway competent leadership. Shows why I'm worried about what's going to happen in the UK given that they thought about it and still managed to come up with that herd immunity bull****.
Does herd immunity even work in this case?