Started by rufus the dawg, February 28, 2020, 20:23:30 pm
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Quote from: captainkurtz on December 02, 2020, 09:20:34 amHow do people feel about being vaccinated?I think my mum will be at the top of the list or very near it...although she only really has contact with me and one carer and never leaves home...I'd be slightly apprehensive about her getting it immediately.
Quote from: döm on December 02, 2020, 17:58:11 pmI see Dorries, Hancock and Redwood are all happily spouting lies saying that it's thanks to leaving the EU that the UK was able to sanction the use of the virus so quickly. Completely untrue and debunked. Johnson, to his credit, didn't back up their false claims
Quote from: Slim on December 02, 2020, 12:13:48 pmNot really. First of all, the definition of a Scotch Egg is not enshrined in government policy. Someone asked Michael Gove a question and he gave a reasonable answer, based on your definition of what you get if you ask for a Scotch Egg in a pub. You'd probably get a Scotch egg, some salad, some chips and some bread. And that's fair enough. I doubt any pub would serve you with a solitary Scotch Egg on a teaplate.
Quote from: zoony on December 02, 2020, 21:32:01 pmI'll have it, but I doubt it'll come around to my group, which is number 8 on the list, until around April or May. I declined a flu jab recently, as I now qualify for one being 55. Not worried about the flu to be honest.
Quote from: pdw1 on December 02, 2020, 22:30:48 pmYou should be. Go look up how many die each year from flu
Quote from: DavidL on December 02, 2020, 23:25:17 pmOn average around 11,000 per year over the last 5 years. The vast majority (around 80%) of deaths occur in those over 75 years of age. That's why, with no underlying health issues, I'm not too bothered about getting a flu jab which is usually only around 50% effective
Quote from: Matt2112 on December 03, 2020, 00:09:08 amNot directing this specifically at you David, but if a criterion for not taking the jab is "it's 50% effective", then surely that's actually an argument against not taking it, given the percentage drops to zero if you don't.
Quote from: döm on December 02, 2020, 17:58:11 pmI see Dorries, Hancock and Redwood are all happily spouting lies saying that it's thanks to leaving the EU that the UK was able to sanction the use of the vaccine so quickly. Completely untrue and debunked. Johnson, to his credit, didn't back up their false claims
Quote from: BasspedalMan on December 02, 2020, 19:01:13 pmThese Brexiteer wankers are trying to polish up the Emperor's new clothes already as it has obviously turned into 'operation clusterfeck'........ Our local fishermen have all just realised just how buggered they will be in January. The smell of rotting fish in every port and on the M20 will be horrendous....
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