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Carols on Elsie Road


ed_pete

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ed_pete Wrote:

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> Look I know, I know, but it is really appropriate

> to hold carol singing event complete with brass

> band on Elsie Road this evening when London has

> entered Tier 3 this week and the latest daily

> figures show 28,000 new cases nationally ?



Brass band? Was it the Sally Army?

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alice Wrote:

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> East Dulwich has virtually tripled from 151 cases

> per 100000 people [06.12] to 420 cases per 100000

> people [13.12]

>

> stuff like this is why.



Where did you get those figures, Alice? I've only seen stats for Southwark as a whole. Would be interested to see them broken down further.

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