Households of adults with weak immune systems to be vaccinated
29/03/2021 | news | health | 233
The aim is to reduce the risk of infection to those who may not respond well to a vaccine.
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"The DUP was recently endorsed at the 2017 general election by the Loyalist Communities Council, an umbrella group of loyalist paramilitary groups, which are proscribed terrorist organisations."

A tad too real for some deicate souls ?? ??
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29/03/2021 14:57:34 3 0
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What has this got to do with vaccines?
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29/03/2021 15:00:18 0 0
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EH??
Remember -

If you want decent Healthcare - do not vote conservative.
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29/03/2021 15:11:47 2 1
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also remember that 48% of the NHS budget is wages. So 1% = £500m.
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29/03/2021 15:13:03 3 2
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Would be worse with a labour government and captain hindsight. The NHS are doing their best!
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29/03/2021 15:21:30 2 0
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So you want to greatly increase your tax bill and decrease all measures to get economy on it's feet and end up with more families in poverty? Good idea, Einstein. Health care is very good,much better than in EU
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29/03/2021 15:23:13 1 1
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Healthcare seems to be doing pretty well under successive conservative governments. Any specific reason for your comment?
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Remember -

If you want decent Healthcare - do not vote conservative.
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29/03/2021 15:01:24 9 3
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the remaining question is now is the longevity of the vaccine.

If short-lived then we are in fact no further forward at all.

Equally there are no other options, irrespective of outcome.

One thing that unites everybody across the world is that our days are ultimately numbered. Its just a case of what gets you and when. Not if.
Absolutely. I can't believe they are vaccinating the world with a vaccine that had so little testing they don't know if it stops infection or just makes you a super spreader (asymptomatic), or know how long it lasts or what long term side effects there might be, and doesn't gives us back our freedom. Still we now have 30 million lab rats in the UK testing it, I'd rather take my chances with Covid! Removed
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29/03/2021 15:45:38 2 0
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Better pop over to the EU then or Africa or any other 3rd world countries where you can join the thousands dying there. Because they don't have a vaccine. The vaccines used in UK have undergone the same full, rigorous testing that any new vaccine does but you choose not to hear that.
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