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UK Teen Commits Suicide Over Coronavirus Self-Isolation

“Unable to cope with her world closing in.”

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A 19-year-old woman in the UK has committed suicide after being “unable to cope with her world closing in” following the coronavirus lockdown.

Emily Owen, who suffered from high functioning autism, gave an eerily prescient warning to her family days before her death, saying that “more people will die from suicide during this than the virus itself.”

She died in hospital on Sunday after attempting suicide on March 18th. Owen’s family said that the suicide attempt was driven by the teen’s fears over social isolation.

According to her sister, Emily was “very concerned about coronavirus itself but more concerned about the mental health impact of isolation and the fear of the unknown.”

The United Kingdom officially went into coronavirus lockdown earlier this week. People are only allowed to go outside for one form of exercise a day, buying food and for medical reasons.

Owen had been working in a pub, all of which were ordered closed by the government last week.

The Kings Arm Pub in Shouldham, Norfolk, said they were “heartbroken that we won’t see her breeze through our doors like a tornado of energy again, or hear her distinctive laugh.”

It is also being reported that a nurse in Italy committed suicide after being “traumatized” by her experiences on the front lines fighting COVID-19.

Another nurse who worked on an intensive care ward in a London hospital where coronavirus patients were being treated also committed suicide on Monday.

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Pub Landlord Installs Electric Fence Around Bar to Enforce Social Distancing

“People are like sheep.”

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A pub landlord in the UK has installed an electric fence around his bar in order to enforce social distancing, telling the BBC that customers keep away from it because “people are like sheep.”

Jonny McFadden, who runs the Star Inn in St Just, Cornwall, said the fence is “just a normal electric fence that you would find in a field.

In other words, McFadden is using the same device against his customers that farmers use to control the movements of livestock.

Indeed, he told the BBC, “People keep away from it, people are like sheep.”

The landlord refused to be pinned down on whether the fence actually gave off an electric shock, but warned, “Come and find out – there is a fear factor and it works.”

McFadden appeared to be surprised that customers weren’t strictly observing social distancing rules because “when you serve people a drink they change.”

People getting close to each other when they’re drunk. Who would have thought it?

As we highlighted earlier, face masks will become mandatory for anyone entering shops in England From July 24 onwards, with refusniks being hit with an on the spot £100 fine.

This led the head of the London Metropolitan Police Foundation to denounce the new law as completely unenforcable.

“We’ll be driving round and round London looking for people who weren’t wearing masks, it’s absolutely absurd,” said Ken Marsh, noting that the likelihood of shop staff trying to enforce the law wouldn’t work because they don’t have the power to detain people.

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Chair of Met Police Federation Says It Will be “Impossible” to Enforce Mandatory Face Masks in Shops

“It’s absolutely absurd.”

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The Chair of the London Metropolitan Police Foundation says it will be “nigh-on impossible” to enforce a new law which makes the wearing of face masks mandatory in all shops in England from July 24.

People who refuse or forget to wear the masks face a possible £100 fine for non-compliance, but according to Ken Marsh, who represents police officers in the capital, imposing the new law is virtually inconceivable.

“We’ll be driving round and round London looking for people who weren’t wearing masks, it’s absolutely absurd,” said Marsh.

He pointed out that the burden would fall on shopkeepers to stop refusniks, although since they have no power to detain, individuals would just leave before police could arrive.

Peter Cowgill, chairman of UK clothing outlet JD Sports, said that store employees shouldn’t be expected to try to enforce the law and that the outcome would just be less people shopping.

While health authorities have repeatedly insisted that wearing face masks helps stop the spread of COVID-19, the evidence is dubious at best.

The WHO only advocated face masks after political lobbying despite the science being unconvincing.

“The World Health Organization committee that reviewed the evidence for the use of face coverings in public didn’t back them. But after political lobbying, the WHO now recommends them,” reported BBC Newsnight.

Face masks were also widely used by Chinese people in Hubei province both before and during the original coronavirus outbreak, with seemingly little effect.

As Toby Young explains, forcing people to wear face masks in shops will only deter more people from going shopping, further damaging any chance of a proper economic recovery.

“One of the most depressing things about this Government’s diktat is that it will mean people are even less likely to go shopping than they were when non-essential shops were allowed to re-open on July 4th,” he writes.

“It’s as if the Government is determined to destroy the high street. First, it insisted on the closure of non-essential shops; then it allowed them to re-open, but only on the proviso that they put ridiculous social distancing measures in place, such as limiting the number of people that can be inside at any one time and insisting that anyone entering use hand sanitiser; now they’ve decided to make the shopping experience even more unpleasant. It’s the final blow, surely? Who will bother to go to a shop when they can get everything delivered to their front door?”

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WHO Will Not Investigate Wuhan Lab Where Coronavirus Was Kept

Globalist Health Organisation has already discounted lab leak theory before it even sets foot in China.

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The World Health Organisation announced Monday that it will not be visiting the Wuhan Institute of Virology during its investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, despite the fact that the lab held samples of coronavirus that were almost exactly the same as that which caused a global pandemic.

The WHO stated that its mission will only seek to “advance the understanding of animal hosts for Covid-19 and ascertain how the disease jumped between animals and humans”.

As The Independent notes, the announcement suggests that the theory of the virus being modified or leaking from the lab in Wuhan has already been completely discounted by the WHO.

In addition, the body has refused to provide any details of the locations it will be visiting during its investigation in China.

As The Independent report notes, “It had previously emerged the lab had held a coronavirus sample that was 96.2 per cent the same as Covid-19 for almost a decade. This prompted speculation about the origin of the virus…”

Several prominent researchers and scientists have also noted that the lab must be investigated given this fact.

It also previously emerged that the Wuhan Institute of Virology took a shipment of some of the world’s deadliest pathogens just weeks before the outbreak of the coronavirus. It is also known that the lab was tampering with natural pathogens and mutating them to become more infectious.

Intelligence figures across the globe have also called for the Wuhan lab to be investigated.

The latest development comes amid reports that Chinese virologists have fled Hong Kong and effectively defected to the West with evidence against the Chinese Communist Party concerning its role in the COVID-19 pandemic.

The WHO previously complained that it had ‘not been invited’ by China to investigate the outbreak, and has continually been criticised for propping up Communist Party talking points.

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