Covid vaccine: More than 130,000 vaccinated in UK in first week
16/12/2020 | news | health | 1,134
Health Minister Nadhim Zahawi says it is a "really good start" to the UK's programme.
Beware the auto-immune response.

Don't have any of the vaccines. Do not allow the Government to vaccinate our children.
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16/12/2020 11:17:54 4 1
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So you rely on the rest of us to get vaccinated to protect you.
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16/12/2020 11:21:23 1 1
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Shush yoghurt knitter.
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16/12/2020 11:21:57 2 1
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Where are children on the list? And you know it's not compulsory, right?
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16/12/2020 11:27:04 3 1
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That's good, you're one less that needs doing.
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16/12/2020 10:58:37 131 7
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Hopefully when the easier to store Oxford Uni vaccine is ready to go we can get moving quickly and get our live back.
No one has taken my life so far and if they had it could not be taken back, that is what the restrictions and vaccines are protecting as well as the NHS. A Silly phrase used in advertising to make trivial problems seem massively important aimed mainly at women. Removed
Staggering and depressing how many aquiecing Sheeple there are on here.
Doesn't anyone have the ability to employ critical thinking anymore or even dare to question the "Official Narrative"?
Step this way Sheeple, right this way for your vaccine.
You're just human Guinea Pigs.
Pathetic.
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16/12/2020 11:37:39 2 1
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I certainly don't follow state narratives but vaccines are amazing, do you want Polio back in circulation? Thought not, engage brain before making wild claims
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16/12/2020 11:40:27 0 1
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And which shepherd started the anti vaccine cult?
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16/12/2020 11:43:13 0 1
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Nobody forcing you to have it, so don't. Why you getting so upse tabout people who do want it? Calm down, what business is of yours?
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16/12/2020 11:37:37 1 4
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Those who think that only the vulnerable; elderly and key workers need to have it; LISTEN!

If those who are not affected by it dont get the vaccine, they provide a breeding ground for the virus to sustain itself and mutate, then pass on to the vulnerable and elderly once their vaccine immunity has worn off ( 1-2 yrs?)

We need to starve it of hosts, not give it a supply of asymptomatic ones
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16/12/2020 11:33:54 1 16
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Nope. English, not British.
Scotland and a united Eire within five years , you keep it as English as you want then , this England is great thing baffles me i don't know one Londoner /Southerner that would have a northerner over a jock or a taff , and that is not a one Watford until the Scottish border = northern monkeys always has always will Removed
With any luck the microchips in the vaccine can be updated by the 5G signal to defend against any new viruses from now on. Good work Bill and Melinda ;-) (Do not shut your eyes or go to sleep while these updates are installing) Removed
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16/12/2020 11:47:01 3 6
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I received my 1st vaccination and the follow-up booster too, so rest assured I am fully vacced up and safe. NOT REALLY, but who is going to challenge me when I enter pubs and restaurants next year?
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I see they have wheeled out Nadhim Zahawi, who has been doing a Bozo and hiding since he announced that you cannot lead a normal life without a vaccine

This fascist style nasty party tory dictat, is the kind of follow up that Bill Gates adores with his depopulation vaccines

BoZo has been cuddling up with the sterilisation fanatic recently and now we have Nadhim Zahawi following steriliser gates
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16/12/2020 12:27:06 3 1
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Give it up flat earther.

No one in the real offline world cares about your ridiculous conspiracy fantasies.
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16/12/2020 12:27:31 3 1
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Do you live in a constant bubble of paranoia
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16/12/2020 12:14:06 6 1
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Well done keep up the good work hopefully the oxford vaccine will be up & running shortly & get this horrible virus eradicated & stop this death & misery
You cannot eradicate this virus on planet earth. It's not a practical possibility with open borders, especially with village idiot pm shaking hands. Removed
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16/12/2020 12:33:23 5 8
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“If you make enough dubious claims fast enough you may get away with it” - Wellingborough Conservatives Newsletter

A political party that is actively encouraging members/activists to weaponise fake news for political gain should never have been elected and is entirely unfit to lead the nation through any crisis.

I also wonder if the vote leave campaign was based on the advice above.
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Lambs to the slaughter. Giving it first to those who are ready to shuffle off this mortal coil anyway, and when they do, the real cause of their demise will be on the death cert', not Covid. See? It works. Sheesh, you people. Removed
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16/12/2020 13:12:24 3 3
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How many people of the 10s of thousands who took these vaccines in clinical trials died Fast Baz?

I'll give you a clue, less than 1.

So what you are saying is demonstrably untrue
Wonder what Bill Gates is going to do with all these 80+ year-olds?

Geriatric apocalypse!

Ha ha
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He is more interested in sterilising young women in India and Africa under the pretense of his philanthropic de population. Removed
Wonder what Bill Gates is going to do with all these 80+ year-olds?

Geriatric apocalypse!

Ha ha
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He is more interested in sterilising young women in India and Africa under the pretense of his philanthropic de population. Removed
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16/12/2020 13:02:52 0 5
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Let's see how he' s faring in the polls come April. If all the vulnerable have been vaccinated, death rates have fallen, and Brexit hasn't been the disaster some people would like it to be, you may find Boris is more popular than ever; certainly more popular than Cardboard-Starmer.
Justifying the unnecessary death of tens of thousands and the village idiot responsible for those deaths.
Go away and Whack-A-Mole with BoZo.
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16/12/2020 16:41:16 1 0
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The young aren't immune. Newcastle United have 2 professional premier league players ill desperately with this!
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Imagine if it backfires. Has no one thought that brits are being used as guinea pigs? Why trust science? Removed
16/12/2020 21:08:06 2 2
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My hunch is that the Pfizer vaccine might possibly attenuate the effects of Sars-cov-2, reducing its severity in those likely to develop the cytokine storm, I doubt it will prevent transmission itself. We will have to see marked reductions in new cases/100,000 for any indication if it is able to. This will take time. If not then we will end up wearing masks permanently.
You may well be correct.

But there would be no point in wearing masks when they demonstrably do not work.
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16/12/2020 21:50:19 3 2
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They do since Gulliver has not as yet had cov-19! Masks cut down aerosol transmission of droplets containing viral particles and bacteria, a group at MIT has proved it. Think if you are in a concert hall and you have a cough or sneeze you use a hanky! A mask operates in same way.
I hear the vaccine has radio transmitter built in and you can hear Bile Gates explaining how to reboot msDOS Removed
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You don't boot DOS.
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16/12/2020 17:46:35 0 1
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True but they should have been training them up over the last 9 months, it is not exactly they didn't realise the logistics of all of this surely ?? It is not like that this is the first time people have been vaccinated so hopefully they should be up to a million fairly quickly (I know the doses are limited)