Coronavirus spread slowed by vaccines, study suggests
26/02/2021 | news | health | 704
There was a 75% reduction in staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital testing positive after a vaccination.
Shall we all just take a moment to bask in the knowledge that Shamima is never, never, never, never, never going to step foot back in the UK with her poisonous ideology and history behind her. Removed
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But her kids might - after they’ve been radicalised in the camp. I think it would make sense to help them escape the poisonous ideology that may bring bloodshed to our shores in the future. Removed
Normally when 15 year old children are groomed and manipulated into doing something that's bad for them we treat them as victims and go after the groomers. What's the difference here? That Britain, alledgedly a global player, 6th biggest economy in the world, with an army that claims to be world class can't even clean this mess up itself, but seeks to foist the problem on Bangladesh, is pathetic. Removed
Shall we all just take a moment to bask in the knowledge that Shamima is never, never, never, never, never going to step foot back in the UK with her poisonous ideology and history behind her. Removed
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Shall we all just take a moment to bask in the knowledge that Shamima is never, never, never, never, never going to step foot back in the UK with her poisonous ideology and history behind her. Removed
But her kids might - after they’ve been radicalised in the camp. I think it would make sense to help them escape the poisonous ideology that may bring bloodshed to our shores in the future. Removed
Shall we all just take a moment to bask in the knowledge that Shamima is never, never, never, never, never going to step foot back in the UK with her poisonous ideology and history behind her. Removed
Normally when 15 year old children are groomed and manipulated into doing something that's bad for them we treat them as victims and go after the groomers. What's the difference here? That Britain, alledgedly a global player, 6th biggest economy in the world, with an army that claims to be world class can't even clean this mess up itself, but seeks to foist the problem on Bangladesh, is pathetic. Removed
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26/02/2021 17:56:51 9 16
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The vaccinated are so scared to come into contact with the unvaccinated. Vaccinate to protect yourself. I don't wear shoes to protect your feet.
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26/02/2021 18:00:28 5 1
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I think he does. The main reason anyone has a vaccination is to stop themselves becoming ill. Once you've had it, you shouldn't be too worried if you're near someone with the illness.
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26/02/2021 18:01:10 5 2
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You only ever vaccinate to protect yourself.
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26/02/2021 17:58:07 19 3
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Of course it has, or his government, it's the team put in place to make the early procurement f everything form backing the vaccine research, the buying of needles etc combined with the subsequent logistics from the army and NHS - it's a combination of everything
130,000 dead.... Some success. The vaccine procurement was farmed out to "friends" as ever, government had little to do with it directly Removed
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26/02/2021 18:54:45 0 0
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The latter is a politically motivated lie
Here we go again.... the usual idiots posting about Brexit.... Removed
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26/02/2021 18:10:52 2 0
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Walter, what does anything have to do with Vietnam!?
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26/02/2021 18:10:08 6 8
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given enough years, the citizens of europe will be able to see a link between decreasing contagion and vaccination....with luck(and when pigs fly and remoaners shut up) the greedy self serving despots of brussels will stop power mongering and do their jobs properly.
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26/02/2021 18:07:07 1 8
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If you have to sign to consent people to give you a so called vaccine, surely this alone should ring alarm bells... This vaccine is rushed and people around the world are dying from this so called vaccine.

Feel free to take it, but make sure you at least take out life insurance first. As funeral costs for family members are not fair at all.
Your post highlights the joy of living in a country like the UK; even idiots like you can have a say. Al you are doing is guessing and scaremongering. Removed
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26/02/2021 18:16:16 8 8
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Mrs Thatcher would have had this sorted out by now......
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i found "but spare a thought for the 120k+ deaths" offensive the beeb didn't. OK aunty your the boss.
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26/02/2021 18:56:27 0 0
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The ONS put it above 140K by counting the "Cause of Deaths" signed off as Covid DRs on the Death Certs (in the early days they did not have test capacity to confirm).
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26/02/2021 18:01:39 19 31
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Good news. Infections are low; 19 million people have a high level of protection. Time to start lifting the restrictions starting with schools in March, hospitality and shops in April and all borders by May.

We must get to an acceptable level of infection/deaths that society will tolerate. 100 or so deaths through the winter (15,000 a year like flu) seems acceptable.
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26/02/2021 17:52:11 37 233
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It doesn't matter what anyone does, this lockdown will never end. Feel free to stick to the rules if you want but it'll do no good.
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26/02/2021 19:10:08 1 9
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This is all very well saving lives now BUT REMEMBER the more lives we save now the greater the risk of death from the effects of climate change, lack of sufficient fresh water, sea level rises giving less space to grow food. REMEMBER the effect of over population and over exploitation of resources on Easter Island. Get your vaccine but think of your grandchildren and the world they will inherit
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Well after this gets sorted we've got a recession to look forward to thanks to the brexit muppets. Removed
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26/02/2021 20:28:27 2 0
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26/02/2021 20:30:42 2 1
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I'm kind of glad that our vaccine rollout wasn't hamstrung by the EU
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Well after this gets sorted we've got a recession to look forward to thanks to the brexit muppets. Removed
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After this gets cleared up ,we will be counting the costs of Brexit for another few years , trade,small businesses , taxes up ,thanks to the delusional Brexit voters we will all be paying higher rates ,unemployment will be at it's lowest, interest rates higher. . Such a selfish lot. Removed
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26/02/2021 21:08:24 3 2
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Why don't people like you just stop moaning for once? Yes, we know you delight in being miserable and spreading your negativity to others. You envy the successful who have a positive minde set and generate prosperity for themselves and others. And we know you want to reduce eveything and everyone down to the lowest common denominator. But others want get on with their lives.
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26/02/2021 21:12:19 1 0
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You are probably correct with the forecast for the economy.
Except that unemployment will be higher not lower.
All this will happen, whether or not UK stayed in EU.
Covid has ruined the world economy, plus we are at the end of a major economic cycle, Central Banks printing trillions of new money will not stop whats in store for us all.
... No surprise to see the BBC carefully policing the news from the Scottish parliament. No comments allowed. Removed
.. No surprise to see the BBC carefully policing the news about hancocks dodgy dealings . No comments allowed. Removed
Wonder why the bbc's Chair, Richard Sharp, conservative, friend of Johnson and chancellor Rishi Sunak, has donated over £400,000 to the conservative party . . ??

It explains the usual lack of questioning.

Maybe conservative Tim Davie knows ? As Director-General of the bbc he should.
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