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Life during lockdown

StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
edited April 9 in Coffee lounge
Hi

I hope everyone is doing OK during this Lockdown.  How is everyone coping with it?

I am certainly fed up of being stuck indoors, but there are things to stay positive. 

I have an exercise bench with leg curl/leg extension attachment and do a workout every day to keep in shape.  Apart from this I do stretches, exercises to strengthen my core muscles and I also have an exercise bike.

I find it difficult to get shopping at a time like this as all supermarkets have got certain restrictions in place, but again, there are a lot of places I have discovered through the internet, these are: -

Oakhouse foods for frozen food, frozen veg and frozen desserts
Onlinecoffeesupplies for coffee
Pact Coffee for coffee beans
Ebay possibly for milk and toiletries
Amazon Pantry
Just Natural for tea bags and porridge

Just thought I'd share this with you.

Stay safe.


Replies

  • M_AnthonyM_Anthony Community champion, Scope Volunteer Posts: 309 Pioneering
    Hi @Stickman

    Absolutely, it is difficult with the lockdown, however when possible doing things like keeping in touch with people by phone/online, exercising or adapting exercises, taking up new interests or hobbies will help us get through this.

    Thanks for the shopping links they will be useful!
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    I have just been shopping. It was unbelievable I had to que for 10 minutes to get into the supermarket.  Then there was a que halfway round the shop to pay for your shopping. I have now got to wait until 7pm to get my shopping delivered. I don't usually get stressed when I go shopping but I did today!
  • neuromum4neuromum4 Member Posts: 54 Courageous
    Hello all, 
    This is everyday life for me so I am coping well.

    It is nice to have company the house is empty when they are at school and college.

    My children however are having a hard time. Thank God we have a Garden.

    There are loads of things to do.
    I have been drawing and painting when I have energy.

    My little ones organised a karaoke night and film night.

    My children are truly entertaining 😁

  • pollyanna1052pollyanna1052 Member Posts: 1,970 Disability Gamechanger
    I am missing going to my social clubs...MS, Chit Chat for 60+ and the hospice for therapies like reiki and reflexology and craft sessions.

    But my sewing machine is aching for time off!
    Pollsx

  • Abdi_ScopeAbdi_Scope DPO, Scope Posts: 236 Pioneering

    Hi @stickman - this is why this community is so great we just keep sharing. 

    It’s useful to know extra info for food as many are struggling with getting a delivery shop. 

    Deliveroo are also offering basic delivery of some basic goods with a delivery charge. Morrisons, Coop, M & S and some local store. 

    You can download the app to see what is available in your local area.

  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    edited April 9
    I had a delivery from Iceland the other day (the supermarket NOT the country!).  It's good to know everyone's OK.  And it's horrible been stuck indoors.
  • April2018momApril2018mom Member - under moderation Posts: 2,882 Member - under moderation
    Anyone clapping tonight? 
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    edited April 10
    I clapped yesterday - Thursday 9th April.  Did anyone else clap?

  • Bridget14Bridget14 Member Posts: 58 Courageous
    Deliveroo have started delivering food Marks & Spencer local garages, Co-op and I believe other stores. Check deliveroo website, check if they deliver in your are if they do click on groceries, will display list of local shops - delivery may be within as little as half an hour. 
    Heinz are also starting on-line shop currently only beans, soup and spaghetti looking to add further items shortly.
    Hope helps someone.
    Keep safe.
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    edited April 21
    Also, when you buy something from the supermaket ie bread, butter, eggs etc, look on the packet.  There will possibly be a website address on there.  If you log noto that website then you may be able to order food direct.
  • April2018momApril2018mom Member - under moderation Posts: 2,882 Member - under moderation
    Life is good. This week I have been getting the kids to learn about Alice in Wonderland using the books and films as my starting point. We have also completed a unit study on it today as well. 
  • SeanchaiSeanchai Member Posts: 302 Pioneering
    I got an e-mail from Tesco today saying the government ( Holyrood) has given my name as one of the " shielded" ( also my shielded number) ..which means I can get a " quicker than usual at the moment" delivery from them ...and a quicker delivery from my local pharmacy if i required  👍
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi all. Have had the dreaded virus. Fortunatley only mild symptoms. After it was over I felt fine for a couple of days and then I had an ME relapse. It only lasted for a couple of days and then I was fine again for a few days. Then came another relapse and nearly a week later I still haven't recovered. I didn't feel too bad yesterday so I went shopping because I hadn't a hope in hell of getting an online delivery. I am paying the price now though but at least I have enough food to last me for a couple of weeks!
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Administrator Posts: 8,869 Scope community team
    Sorry to hear you have been unwell @deb74! And that it has impacted your ME as well. I hope you are resting up and taking care of yourself.
    Community Partner
    Scope
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Thanks Chloe_scope. I am still feeling completely wiped out but I am resting as best I can today!  
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Administrator Posts: 8,869 Scope community team
    I'm not surprised @deb74, take it easy. There is no rush.
    Community Partner
    Scope
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Thanks Chloe_Scope
  • AilsAils Community champion Posts: 2,268 Disability Gamechanger
    I hope you feel better soon @deb74:smile:
    Winner of the Scope New Volunteer Award 2019.   :)
  • chiariedschiarieds Community champion Posts: 2,586 Disability Gamechanger
    Sorry to read this @deb74 - Get well soon. :)
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @chiarieds. Thanks. I keep waking up every morning thinking I feel ok today and then I realise I am not ok. Hopefully I will be back to normal soon.
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Thanks @Ails. Hopefully I will be ok soon.
  • tonyjtonyj Starting Line Posts: 9 Connected
    Stickman said:
    Hi

    I hope everyone is doing OK during this Lockdown.  How is everyone coping with it?

    I am certainly fed up of being stuck indoors, but there are things to stay positive. 

    I have an exercise bench with leg curl/leg extension attachment and do a workout every day to keep in shape.  Apart from this I do stretches, exercises to strengthen my core muscles and I also have an exercise bike.

    I find it difficult to get shopping at a time like this as all supermarkets have got certain restrictions in place, but again, there are a lot of places I have discovered through the internet, these are: -

    Oakhouse foods for frozen food, frozen veg and frozen desserts
    Onlinecoffeesupplies for coffee
    Pact Coffee for coffee beans
    Ebay possibly for milk and toiletries
    Amazon Pantry
    Just Natural for tea bags and porridge

    Just thought I'd share this with you.

    Stay safe.



    Hi Stickman - mostly I miss my daily routine.  Days are starting to loose structure!

    Re online food shopping, a friend recommended this website for fresh fruit and veg and more...

    http://www.iaharris.co.uk/ 


    Tony Lee
    Employment & Partnership Advisor – KickStart
    Engagement, Enterprise and Delivery

    Scope

    Mobile: 07776649974

    Scope website


     

  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    Hi tonyj

    I've just checked that site out, looks great.  Thanks a lot.
  • littlecheflittlechef Member Posts: 63 Courageous
    Well I have been I isolation for almost 6weeks then last Thursday received a phone call from my doctors saying I was missed of the list but I must go in shielding and he will inform the government better later than never I just hope I don't have to start all over again for another 12 weeks .
    Well it looks like I will have to do my 10,000 steps up and down my small garden but not in one day as breathing bad from Myasthenia Gravis . 
    Take care dear friends .
  • April2018momApril2018mom Member - under moderation Posts: 2,882 Member - under moderation
    Hope you feel better now @littlechef
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Administrator Posts: 8,869 Scope community team
    Hi @tonyj, the lack of structure can make things just blur, as well as loosing motivation to do anything at all!

    When I'm having days like that I try to write a list of things I'm going to do as I find it helps to keep an element of routine. :)
    Community Partner
    Scope
  • tonyjtonyj Starting Line Posts: 9 Connected
    @Chloe_Scope thanks for the tip.

    Tony Lee
    Employment & Partnership Advisor – KickStart
    Engagement, Enterprise and Delivery

    Scope

    Mobile: 07776649974

    Scope website


     

  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    I have just found out I should have been on the vulnerable list but I know a lot of people who should be on the highly vulnerable list who didn't get letters. Too late now I have already had the virus followed by a 3 week ME relapse. 
  • littlecheflittlechef Member Posts: 63 Courageous
    @deb74
    Good morning sorry to read that you have had this virus how are you now? I went into isolation my self and aftery 6 week received a call from my GP telling me I was very highly vulnerable and to completley shield 🛡, how ever I did go onto the government site and registered my self and I did get recognised that I was very vulnerable to covid-19 and got shopping delivered to my door. I did call my gp but could not speak to my gp. So what are you doing now as this lockdown is going for some time yet.
    Stay safe and look after u your self. 
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @littlechef. I am ok now thankfully!  I was not on the listed as highly vulnerable so I didn't really think about self isolation but a friend of mine kept telling me I should. I tried to be sensible though and stay away from people as much as possible. I tried to get online shopping deliveries but there wasn't a hope in hell of that! I have now found out that I could have got priority shopping because I have ME. (too late now). I know a few people who have self isolated and they have told me they are climbing the walls! I am lucky because I work from home so I never get bored. I make jewellery which I sell in a local craft shop so I am building up my stock at the moment which is keeping me busy. 
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 541 Pioneering
    Hi @deb74. Glad to hear your better now, i was due to move house better suited to my needs just as we went into lockdown, so been a bit fed up waiting, but suppose there’s a lot worse than me, take care and stay safe.
  • littlecheflittlechef Member Posts: 63 Courageous
    @deb74.
    At least if you work from home you are in  isolation from people and you can keep your self safe as I understand I may need to shield for another 3months but Will have no money coming into the house so may need to risk my life . 
    What jewellery do you make and do you sell then on line my wife loves her jewellery just like most ladies  I maybe I treated in buying some of you do sell them on line please inbox me if you do stay safe and look after your self .
  • April2018momApril2018mom Member - under moderation Posts: 2,882 Member - under moderation
    Praying for everyone! I have developed a mild back ache from having to lift a wheelchair up and down stairs as I do not feel comfortable using a lift anymore. Bad idea. Tomorrow morning I will have to use the lift to relieve my back pain when I take the twins to do some food shopping. 
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @April2018mom. Sorry I have only just seen your message I am ok now thanks!
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @Lou67. Hopefully all this will be over soon and you will be able to move.
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @littlechef. I have only just started to make the jewellery and not put it online yet but I am hoping to set up a shop on Etsy in the next couple of days. I will let you know when I have done it.
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 541 Pioneering
    Hi @deb74. Thank you yeah hopefully not to long now. I hope everyone’s keeping well.
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @Lou67. I live on my own with my lovely collie Bella and we are both fine thanks! I spoke to my Dad yesterday and he and my Mom are ok as well. Hopefully I will be able to go and see them soon!
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 541 Pioneering
    [email protected] Oh that’s good to hear yeah hopefully not to long, I live alone to and would love to get a wee dog for company, but I’m waiting to get 2 knee replacements so after I get them done I will have a look for one.
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @Lou67. Sorry I didn't reply before. I haven't been on here for a few days. Dogs are brilliant company if you live on your own. It is like having a child in the house but they are usually much better behaved than children. If you don't have a puppy!  I have met a lot of really nice people through dog walking as well. It is a brilliant way toy socialise. It also keeps you fit. I usually walk a couple of miles a day with Bella.
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    A couple of days ago I tried to get a shopping slot at Sainsburys only to be told that I need to register with the government as being vulnerable in order to do so.  I registered with the government and waited for a letter from my GP - I understood that if I did this I WOULD get a shopping slot at Sainsburys.  I received a letter from my GP saying that I wasn't entitled a slot!  It seems that that was a waste of time!  I now shop with Iceland.
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 541 Pioneering
    Hi @deb74 Morning Deb, yeah a wee dog be good for me in a lot of areas company, get some much needed exercise and not to mention meeting new ppl, so something to look forward to once I eventually get my knees done. Hope you enjoy your day. 
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    Hi @Lou67. I have always had rescue dogs. There are so many dogs out there that need a new home. Bella was a working dog until she started to go a bit deaf and her owner couldn't use her on the farm anymore and she was given to me. 
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 541 Pioneering
    [email protected] Hi Deb that’s a lovely thing to do,I think that’s what I will look into when I’m looking for a dog for myself, also thanks for taking time to answer it’s appreciated.
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Administrator Posts: 8,869 Scope community team
    Stickman said:
    A couple of days ago I tried to get a shopping slot at Sainsburys only to be told that I need to register with the government as being vulnerable in order to do so.  I registered with the government and waited for a letter from my GP - I understood that if I did this I WOULD get a shopping slot at Sainsburys.  I received a letter from my GP saying that I wasn't entitled a slot!  It seems that that was a waste of time!  I now shop with Iceland.
    Really sorry you have struggled to get a delivery slot @Stickman. Are you still able to access food? 
    Community Partner
    Scope
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    Iceland are pretty good so as I mentioned, I may stay with them - or check out my local Lidl when it opens.
  • izaiza Member Posts: 465 Pioneering
    edited May 9
    Due to nature of my rare medical condition I am every year spending nearly 9 months indoors as I am sensitive to cold. Spring and summer is a time when I can be more outside. I miss lying on the blanket in the sun, I miss picnic, I miss seating on the bench observing people. I am overtired of being indoor as I am bringing child on my own and now managing everything including homeschooling is a bit too much as I did not have any holidays for the last 7 years. I do not like this lockdown at all. 
  • dolfrogdolfrog Member Posts: 394 Pioneering
    edited May 9
    Stickman said:
    Hi

    I hope everyone is doing OK during this Lockdown.  How is everyone coping with it?

    I am certainly fed up of being stuck indoors, but there are things to stay positive. 

    I have an exercise bench with leg curl/leg extension attachment and do a workout every day to keep in shape.  Apart from this I do stretches, exercises to strengthen my core muscles and I also have an exercise bike.

    I find it difficult to get shopping at a time like this as all supermarkets have got certain restrictions in place, but again, there are a lot of places I have discovered through the internet, these are: -

    Oakhouse foods for frozen food, frozen veg and frozen desserts
    Onlinecoffeesupplies for coffee
    Pact Coffee for coffee beans
    Ebay possibly for milk and toiletries
    Amazon Pantry
    Just Natural for tea bags and porridge

    Just thought I'd share this with you.

    Stay safe.


    For me it is just the same as before.

    More others are now for a short time experiencing how i have to live to avoid the lack of understand of my communication disability, and my need to avoid and further disability discrimination.

    May be sometime in the future the Multi Discipline Team of medical professionals who should be providing the support that all of my family require, as we all have a clinical diagnosis of Auditory Processing Disorder, stop massaging their egos and begin to work as a support team to explain the complex issues we have to live with to others, and how they and others can begin to provide the communication accommodations we desperately need.   
  • deb74deb74 Member Posts: 614 Pioneering
    I have finally managed to get an online delivery with Iceland! A few thing were out of stock or limited but I managed to get everything I needed. I was told that they had taken on more staff to cope with the high demand for online shopping.
  • littlecheflittlechef Member Posts: 63 Courageous
    I must say I can get a delivery every week same time and day with asda as recognised by the government as at a high risk it did take a number of weeks but at least I can get something but not everything as out of stock. 
  • IrishMancIrishManc Member Posts: 21 Connected
    I think that the biggest thing for me during lockdown is missing my family back home in Ireland when here in Manchester, where the Irish restrictions are set to last for the remainder of 2020 and I will be 50 on 2nd of October next - I have completed two online courses and this experience has shown me that working from home is not for me - being on Universal Credit, I’ve applied for lots of supermarket jobs but have not got any replies, even though I’ve worked in entry level supermarket jobs for well over 20 years, my last job for a well known UK supermarket being for almost 17 years, from which I was made redundant in Sept 2019. I’m hoping that this new antibody test as U.K. lockdown restrictions are lifted will enable me to work and to travel home to Ireland - I listen to Catholic Mass online, I watch programmes on the RTE player as well as the RTE News, history programmes on YouTube and on Netflix, where I also watch Ru Paul’s Drag Race - I also love all things Italian and I have taken virtual tours of important buildings and churches in Venice, Florence and the Vatican, only recently taken an interest in the Italian railways and seeing how they are different from ours (the Vatican, for example, even has its own railway station) but at this stage, have got used to current lockdown restrictions (as of 15 May)

     - I’ve got good reports from my family in my home County in Rural Ireland via email, many of whom are either recovering from cancer treatments or are over 70 and are “cocooning” (self-isolating) where our caretaker Taoiseach (Prime Minister) a medical Doctor by profession before he became a Fine Gael TD in Dáil Éireann (Parliament - similar to House of Commons) is doing an excellent job, where National (Primary) School Children are still getting lessons from home via RTÉ TV and they are looking for ways to ensure that older students can still do their Junior Cert & Leaving Cert (GCSE’s) this year - our Garda Siochana (Police) are doing an excellent job in keeping people safe and keeping morale up too 
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    I managed to get an online slot yesterday from my usual supermarket.
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 541 Pioneering
    Hi glad to hear you were able to get your delivery.
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    This lockdown maybe easing but I still feel like a prisoner.  When will it all end?
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Administrator Posts: 8,869 Scope community team
    It has been a long time now! How are you managing @Stickman?
    Community Partner
    Scope
  • IrishMancIrishManc Member Posts: 21 Connected
    The new Irish government has announced a review of travel restrictions on 20th July, as reported on the RTE News app and meanwhile, I have attended a job interview on 19th June last, so as they requested my bank details, I’m now waiting to hear about my start date and what location I will be working at - I doubt if I’ll ever get used to wearing a face mask on board public transport though, as even Stena and Irish Ferries on their Holyhead to Dublin sailings are making them mandatory, which aside from public transport here, is also mandatory in Ireland too
  • pollyanna1052pollyanna1052 Member Posts: 1,970 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi, whilst scrolling down the topics, I thought I`d read `life after lockdown`....so what will you look forward to doing that you haven't been able to do?
    For me, it`s getting my hair cut!

  • ross2503ross2503 Member Posts: 49 Courageous
    Hi, whilst scrolling down the topics, I thought I`d read `life after lockdown`....so what will you look forward to doing that you haven't been able to do?
    For me, it`s getting my hair cut!

    Great question ! 

    There are honestly so many things I'm looking forward to, but top of the list has to be going back to concerts, I miss live music. Gonna be a while until that's possible though
  • 66Mustang66Mustang Member Posts: 767 Pioneering
    I'm looking forward to getting started with some new treatment.

    I do find it odd that a hair salon can open but my hospital is still closed. Strange priorities!
  • IrishMancIrishManc Member Posts: 21 Connected
    A biggie for me is watching across the water to the review by the newly formed Irish government of the travel restrictions by the 20th July next, as I live alone in the UK and have extended family and friends just outside of Dublin, usually going over for 5 days at a time on SailRail (train and ferry via Holyhead) - the Irish tourist and travel industry has been very badly affected according to RTÉ News and even our national airline Aer Lingus has gone into the fray against the Irish government’s being behind the rest of the EU, but because the UK’s cases are not being as low as scientific and medical experts would like, travel to Ireland from the UK is being curtailed, even though Irish people are still flying into the U.K. and by ferry without restriction - because of the Common Travel Area, there are concerns that this could damage diplomatic relations between Dublin and London, so many of us Irish living here in the U.K. who want to get home are trapped over here - we just want to tell our Taoiseach and the rest of our TD’s in Dáil Éireann (in the nicest possible way) to “cop yourselves on” as I have written to all my local TD’s in the Dáil by now about this issue - aside from mere “compliance with law” (a tactic that the “woke” left do when they have lost the argument) at this point in the pandemic, I’m starting to really wonder if some have been less than truthful, especially with MSM media reporting and figures, especially given that medical and scientific opinions are hugely divided on this issue, to say the very least - the supposed “second wave” is something that I’m beginning to really doubt will happen, as I don’t personally known of anyone who has contracted this virus, but I’ve known of plenty whose lives have been turned upside down as a result of the fear mongering and the restrictions and its clear at this point that so many things do not add up when one applies critical thinking and basic common sense to all aspects of this
  • christian96christian96 Member Posts: 57 Courageous
    Lockdown has been funny. My little five year old brother came around lunchtime today to stay here over the weekend. This is only his second time since early February before it all started. What should I cook? Ideas wanted desperately. 
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering

    Can someone help me out here?  This is why I said I feel like a prisoner.

    My disability is loss of balance, I have no sense of balance due to the removal of a brain tumour in 1974.  How I've learned to cope with things over a 40 year period suits me.

    I need to hold on to things when I do walk - ie the wall, desks etc.  So, my questuion is - due to the coronavirus pandemic, is it safe for me to hold onto things if I wore gloves and if so, what kind of gloves - latex or ordinary everyday gloves - ie wool? 

    I know it may be a silly question, but I feel that things have not been explained very well.  I am getting really confused about things.  Any suggestions?






  • ross2503ross2503 Member Posts: 49 Courageous
    Stickman said:

    Can someone help me out here?  This is why I said I feel like a prisoner.

    My disability is loss of balance, I have no sense of balance due to the removal of a brain tumour in 1974.  How I've learned to cope with things over a 40 year period suits me.

    I need to hold on to things when I do walk - ie the wall, desks etc.  So, my questuion is - due to the coronavirus pandemic, is it safe for me to hold onto things if I wore gloves and if so, what kind of gloves - latex or ordinary everyday gloves - ie wool? 

    I know it may be a silly question, but I feel that things have not been explained very well.  I am getting really confused about things.  Any suggestions?






    I'm by no means an expert so please don't take my thoughts as completely correct, but I think latex / rubber gloves are best. Ideally you'll have many pairs, so you can dispose of them after each use. 

    If possible, get gloves that will go over your wrist as well, for as much protection as possible, and when it comes to taking them off, do your best not to touch the outer part of the gloves with your skin. 

    Hope this helps, hopefully you find the right solutions for your issue :) 
  • OverlyAnxiousOverlyAnxious Member Posts: 471 Pioneering
    Stickman said:

    Can someone help me out here?  This is why I said I feel like a prisoner.

    My disability is loss of balance, I have no sense of balance due to the removal of a brain tumour in 1974.  How I've learned to cope with things over a 40 year period suits me.

    I need to hold on to things when I do walk - ie the wall, desks etc.  So, my questuion is - due to the coronavirus pandemic, is it safe for me to hold onto things if I wore gloves and if so, what kind of gloves - latex or ordinary everyday gloves - ie wool? 

    I know it may be a silly question, but I feel that things have not been explained very well.  I am getting really confused about things.  Any suggestions?

    Woolen gloves will offer no protection at all because of the holes in the material.  If you want to wear gloves, they'll need to be plastic or rubber (or nitrile if you have a latex allergy). 

    However, there's really no need to wear gloves as long as you wash your hands regularly and make sure not to touch your face with potentially contaminated hands.  Gloves are worse for cross contamination than regular handwashing.
  • StickmanStickman Member Posts: 77 Pioneering
    edited July 4
    Right, I have ordered some blue vinyl powder free gloves (box of 100).  Sadly though, they won't be with me until 8th Aug!

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