Corona virus hits quiet Suffolk town of Stowmarket


Corona virus hits quiet Suffolk town of Stowmarket

First confirmed case

The first confirmed case of Corona virus has appeared in the small Suffolk town of Stowmarket. It's unknown how the virus arrived in the town because no one ever leaves the town. A local man said "Never been to Bury St Edmund's myself, can't trust the A14, it's always full of traffic jams, and I can't drive my tractor on there." Sources say it came from a local woman in her thirties after an altercation in a supermarket when she attempted to buy large quantities of toilet roll. In a short interview with the patient she had this to say "I can't believe it, my family have been here for generations, my children are going to suffer greatly, the doctors told me I should quarantine myself and stay away from my children, I can't do that their my life, those doctors don't know anything I'm a single mum and I know the right way to raise my kids, its bloody ridiculous" 

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