Coronavirus Update

With the world in chaos due to the Coronavirus it's difficult to guess what's going to happen next, but as much as there is a lot I do not know, the one thing I know for sure is nothing good ever came from panicking.

Me at my desk working from home. ;-)

The photo is meant as a bit of light comedy relief btw, as I know it's a serious time, but if I don't laugh I will go nuts.

I'm actually writing this post today in self isolation as I've got a sore throat, cough and feeling quite rough with a slight temperature, it could be a straight forward cold, but I'm following the rules.

No drama here, I'm certain it's my dusty dogs causing my allergies to flare, but who actually knows as I can't get tested anywhere so I could have it.

Given my mother has COPD I'm staying well clear of family at the moment, and as my missus is a Police Officer on shifts over the weekend she could be bringing it back in with her, so I'm being careful who I interact with, and I'm sure you're in the same boat regardless of having any symptoms.

I've done a lot of research on Covid 19, from TedX talks, to niche podcasts, and main stream media, we've a lot consider, and most of it to take with a pinch of salt. There are a lot of conflicting opinions.

What I think is obvious is that this is going to be with us now for a long time, and it will affect all of us in some way or another.

Whether it's our own health, a family member, our work and daily routine's, and social lives are going to be turned upside down.

It's a crazy time to be alive that's a fact.

With the sporting world taking some drastic decisions yesterday with major events postponed, let's turn our attention to horse racing.

The BHA statement as of publishing this post basically states they are adhering to government advice, and it's business as usual.

However, the government in my opinion do not know