- Dec 22, 2003
Francis Crick Institute in London says area of spike protein of Sars-CoV-2 could form basis of jab against variants and common cold
It's what the UK needs right now.Yeah, sure, why not.
Yeah, sure, why not.
Fair enough. I don't have that pressure.Because I want to get back in the office...
The point of the vaccination programme was that once it was complete (boosters aside) we don't have to think about it any more.Honestly i dont even know how to get an official test done anymore, all the testing centers around here are gone
Makes you wonder how much higher in reality the infection rate is vs what is represented in the stats
Fair enough. I don't have that pressure.
I'd always not bother going in if I had a cold/something else just in case I passed it on. Would give myself a couple of clear days before going back in. Unless we intend to keep testing kits for covid on hand forever, we all need to get back to the former, no.
Not saying you're doing the wrong thing (you're obviously not). Just wondering aloud when are we going to stop bothering...
Fair enough.If there was a flu test, and had flu, I would take it, I would then know I won't be giving the lurgy to everyone else.