I am a FH squatter
- Dec 27, 2003
I'm sure people can manage without sitting around a pool and 3 square full Englishs a day.
So with cases increasing in the UK you are happy to risk spreading it to other countries? ok great cool stuffI don't necessarily agree:
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If you've had both jabs you are also much less of a transmission risk.
As long as we're sensible and we follow the given guidance then gradual opening up of travel is going to happen, and rightly so.
Personally, I won't be going anywhere. But I can't bring myself to have a pop at people, if they've been vaccinated, taking a foreign trip to countries the government say it's OK to visit.
Yep. My heart bleeds for the bloke in his 5 bedroom countryside manner. Life must be really hard for him without his summer holiday.
Oh. I didn't realise that was a pop at me @Aoami.Especially when his mother in law has been on the cake for 20 odd years.
Yeah I said it.
I think it was me that it!Oh. I didn't realise that was a pop at me @Aoami.
I didn't think my 3 bed shack without central heating in Wales was a 5 bed countryside manor.
Suddenly I'm feeling much happier! Either way - I'm not going to go on holiday. I don't need to. I live in a fucking holiday destination - it's bloody brilliant
The government dont know what's best hence the 120k dead...Surely that's down the Government to decide what is best and people can only follow the guidance?
Everyone going abroad (regardless of where) should self isolate for 7 days and employers should allow the time off (if you can't wfh) and the Government can financially support it where necessary.
I know people who live for going on holiday abroad, which as much as you might think that's weird it's also pretty weird to force people to work and not allow what some people see as necessary leisure time.
Yeah, but nor do I think it's down to the public to make their own decisions based on what they think is right and wrong since there's so many points of view, I'm sure people like @Moriath will be saying no holidays for the next 20 years, so where do you draw the line?The government dont know what's best hence the 120k dead...
Thanks for telling me what i think. And you can holiday without getting on a pllane which is both good for the climate and for the economy.Yeah, but nor do I think it's down to the public to make their own decisions based on what they think is right and wrong since there's so many points of view, I'm sure people like @Moriath will be saying no holidays for the next 20 years, so where do you draw the line?
That's why I say Government decides, even if they are shit, then we don't elect them next time (or not).
Labour MP Apsana Begum said: “These findings are a complete indictment of the Tory government’s abject failure over so many months to prioritise vaccines for ethnic minority communities.
I seen news articles about bame drs talking individually to those from their communities to get them totake the jab. I seen adverts with black celebs trying to get their like to have jabs. I seen bbc calling for ppl from bame groupsto get jabbed.
Why would they be prioritised? They have had the same news as anyone else, the same advice as anyone else. You can lead a horse to water etc.
Neither was a translationInformation about Alpha and Delta - sorry for the Swedish just google translate
Vacciner är effektiva mot de nya virusvarianterna
I Sverige har alfavarianten av coronaviruset, den som tidigare kallades för den brittiska varianten, helt tagit över smittspridningen. Under vecka 17, som är den senaste veckan det finns statistik för, låg denna variant bakom 96,5 procent av det slumpmässiga urval av alla nya fall av covid-19 som analyserades.
Enligt Socialstyrelsen finns det nu belägg för att denna variant inte bara är mer smittsam, utan också cirka 60 procent farligare jämfört med ursprungsvarianten. Det visar två studier som gjorts. Risken för sjukhusvård ökade från 2 till 3,2 procent från den andra till den tredje vågen.
Därutöver finns deltavarianten, som först upptäcktes i Indien. Enligt preliminära uppgifter från Storbritannien är den mer smittsam och farligare än alfavarianten.
Antalet fall av denna variant i Sverige är dock (hittills) få.
En ny studie från Public Health England visar också att vaccinerna har god effekt på båda dessa varianter.
Studien visar att två doser av Pfizers-Biontechs vaccin var 88 procent effektivt mot symtomatisk sjukdom avseende deltavarianten och 93 procent avseende alfavarianten. Motsvarande siffror för Astra Zenecas vaccin var 60 respektive 66 procent.
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