Fwd: [IPk] Testing
Oops.resending from correct email address! Sent from wrong one on Wednesday and
although not bounced it has disappeared into the etheric spam box or similar!
> For what itbs worth, yesterday I ordered supplies from Air Liquide - UK
distributor for Tandem T2 Pump. While I have considerable reservations about
some aspects of the pump, supplies are delivered by courier next working day.
And yes, they arrived today. They automatically send 3 months' supplies at a
> So far had no issues with obtaining insulin and test strips. All my
medications are delivered from the pharmacy in the next village within 1-2 days
of being requested from the surgery who sends the script through electronically.
Given I'm in the age group of being self-quarantined for the next 3 months at
least I'm grateful that's one issue I donbt currently have to worry about. The
list of my health issues would require this approach in any case as I have no
intention of using my pre-paid funeral plan for some time to come!
> Best wishes one and all and keep well - and sane - if possible.
>> On 17 Mar 2020, at 19:43, Nanette Freedman
<email @ redacted> wrote:
>> Hi Christine,
>> I have also been finding that mail from ip-uk, among other things,
>> frequently lands up in my spam folder.
>> Those in the UK will hopefully chime in about supplies in the UK,
>> since I can't contribute to that discussion.
>> Here in Israel with more stringent restrictions on movement than in
>> the UK currently in effect, I'm also a little concerned about
>> supplies, even though pharmacies remain open and delivery services are
>> becoming increasingly important, though of course busy and overbooked.
>> The only message I've taken away from this so far is to request any
>> supplies very well in advance. I seem to have a good stock thankfully,
>> but will plan to order more as well in advance as possible and assume
>> that delivery time will be at least doubled.
>> As for the virus and type 1, I guess this is a question we all have
>> regardless of where we live, and I have yet to read anything useful
>> about this.
>> Since type 1 DM is an autoimmune disease, that doesn't bode so well
>> for us. So it's worth taking extra care to avoid risk of contact with
>> the virus, although that could be horribly restrictive, and
>> challenging as to how to keep fit in mind and body. I was lucky enough
>> to take a beautiful hike in a nearby national park yesterday - the
>> weather was ideal and lots of people were out, although everyone
>> taking care to maintain 2 metres distance so I didn't feel at risk -
>> but today they've closed the national parks to visitors in order to
>> minimize spread of the disease. I was supposed to be travelling to
>> London tomorrow for a long weekend with my mum - that's obviously not
>> Take care everyone
>> On Mon, 16 Mar 2020 at 22:19, Christine Bousfield
>> <email @ redacted> wrote:
>>> Hi Nanette
>>> This was in my junk file
>>> But I would welcome some discussion about the virus and type 1 and supplies
>>> the uk
>>> All best
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>> On 15 Mar 2020, at 14:47, Nanette Freedman
>>> <email @ redacted> wrote:
>>>> I'm just testing to make sure the list is functioning, since there
>>>> have been so few mails recently.
>>>> I'm wondering if everyone is in some sort of Corona virus daze,
>>>> wondering what will happen next, or if this is just one of the natural
>>>> fluctuations of the list.
>>>> Keep well and healthy.
>>>> All the best
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