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  1. He said whilst using an "effin" computer screen to discuss with other virtual only people.
  2. Just not because of the vaccine like you hope
  3. Good to see that you are trusting MSM. After all Sue Cook was employed by the evil BBC and she's probably still a part of their narrative. Anyway, also good to see that the government have already responded to the petition. The Government has commissioned a public inquiry into the COVID-19 pandemic and has no plans for a separate inquiry on vaccine safety. The safety of COVID-19 vaccines is monitored by the Medicines Healthcare and Regulatory products Agency (MHRA). The MHRA has authorised COVID-19 vaccine supply following a rigorous review of their safety, quality and efficacy. The clinical trials of the vaccines have shown them to be effective and acceptably safe; however, as part of its statutory functions, the MHRA continually monitors the use of the vaccines to ensure their benefits continue to outweigh any risks. This is a requirement for all authorised medicines and vaccines in the UK. This monitoring strategy is continuous, proactive and based on a wide range of information sources, with a dedicated team of scientists reviewing information daily to look for safety issues or unexpected events. The MHRA operates the Yellow Card scheme to collect and monitor information on suspected safety concerns or incidents involving vaccines, medicines, medical devices, and e-cigarettes. The scheme relies on voluntary reporting of suspected adverse incidents by healthcare professionals and members of the public. The scheme is designed to provide an early warning that the safety of a product may require further investigation. Up to and including 15 December 2021, the MHRA received and analysed: 145,446 Adverse Event reports (ADRs) from people who have received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine; 240,065 UK reports of suspected ADRs to the AstraZeneca vaccine; 24,721 UK reports of suspected ADRs to the Moderna vaccine. For context, up to same date, approximately 46.4 million Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccines, 50 million AstraZeneca vaccines and 2.8 million Moderna doses had been administered as first and second doses. The overwhelming majority of these reports relate to injection-site reactions (sore arm for example) and generalised symptoms such as ‘flu-like’ illness, headache, chills, fatigue (tiredness), nausea (feeling sick), fever, dizziness, weakness, aching muscles, and rapid heartbeat. Generally, these happen shortly after the vaccination and are not associated with more serious or lasting illness. These types of reactions reflect the normal immune response triggered by the body to the vaccines. They are typically seen with most types of vaccine and tend to resolve within a day or two. The continuous review of available evidence from UK Yellow Card reports of suspected side-effects to the vaccines and other healthcare data does not suggest that the COVID-19 vaccines increase the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attacks. The benefits of the vaccines in preventing COVID-19 and serious complications associated with COVID-19 continue to far outweigh the risks in the majority of patients. However, the MHRA has identified the rare occurrence of myocarditis and pericarditis (both inflammatory conditions of the heart) following vaccination against COVID-19. There has been a consistent pattern of higher reporting of these rare, suspected events with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine Moderna vaccine, and of these occurring more frequently in males. Following analysis combined with advice from the Commission on Human Medicines, the product information for the Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccines was updated to inform of these reports and advise healthcare professionals and patients to be aware of important symptoms for myocarditis and pericarditis. These reports are very rare, with the overall reporting rate across all age groups as follows: Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine: For suspected myocarditis (including viral myocarditis) the reporting rate is 12 reports per million doses, and for suspected pericarditis (including viral pericarditis and infective pericarditis) the overall reporting rate is 8 reports per million doses. Moderna Vaccine: The overall reporting rate for suspected myocarditis is 42 per million doses and for suspected pericarditis is 24 per million doses. AstraZeneca Vaccine: The overall reporting rate for suspected myocarditis (including viral myocarditis and infectious myocarditis) is 4 per million doses and for suspected pericarditis (including viral pericarditis) is 4 per million doses. These events reported are typically mild with individuals usually recovering within a short time with standard treatment and rest. The MHRA will continue to closely monitor reports of suspected myocarditis and pericarditis with all of the currently authorised COVID-19 vaccines, as it continues to do with any concerns that the Yellow Card Scheme might raise. Vaccines are the best way to protect people from COVID-19 and have already saved tens of thousands of lives.
  4. Why are you telling me what I must think? I was saying that if you felt so strongly about it you could video it. You are putting words in my mouth I want a world where children aren't photographed by strangers with the risk of them being put up on the internet. Why do you need to photograph the performance anyway. Just sit and enjoy it. That's the problem today. No one enjoys the moment. Too concerned trying to get a photo for Facebook
  5. Probably because there weren't many flights going in and out of the UK for international terrorism. And in terms of domestic terrorism we were all house bound so there were very few large groups of people gathering for a lorry to plough into, bomb to go off or people to stab. But the countries terrorism threat hasn't lowered. Mainly because terrorism hasn't disappeared.
  6. I don't need kids to recognise things being blown out of proportion. I don't think it's petty and unacceptable. I understand the rationale behind it in terms of safeguarding, data protection and the rise of social media. The world has moved on.
  7. Another day, another pointless whinge about nothing. Chekov's life must be great. Nothing serious to worry about so he'll worry about the pointless stuff instead. But you have options other than moaning on a forum about how you don't like things 1. Don't go 2. Video record it. You aren't photographing. 3. Use the camera on your phone and pretend you are texting 4. Photograph anyway. Chances are the school won't be checking cameras and deleting photos.
  8. No doubt but to say that Permanent damage has been done because people can't see their doctors immediately is way OTT. NHS waiting times will improve now that people are returning to work. Yes it's going to take time to return to pre covid levels but to say that Permanent damage to everyone is just laughable
  9. Speaking of over reactions.....
  10. Don't you dare turn this into another covid thread
  11. Absolutely but just not the right to turn every thread into the same boring whinge. Make a thread and stick to the subject. This forum is turning into a one trick pony.
  12. Typical Chekov whinge Typical Anna whinge about government. You both need to find something different to moan about
  13. I'm pretty sure a lot of people didn't want HS2 anyway. You know who would've levelled up the North? Good old J.C
  14. Yep because it's only the 'Suppresionists" that play those games on this thread.
  15. I'm not trawling through 3 separate threads with 100s of pages worth of your nonsense to find a post which youve probably deleted to save face. However I remember clearly you predicting the death of any vaccine taker within 12 months because you don't understand what's in the vaccine
  16. No one is trying to draft you. Count me out as well 😉
  17. I'm not a suppressionist and it's just a made up term. When you are asking for answers to things that haven't happened, it's a prediction. But care homes are back to normal. Just like hospitals, blood donor centres, dentists, doctor's etc. An additional precautionary measure does not mean less care. Plain and simple, you don't want people wearing masks. Well tough because it's happening whether you agree or not
  18. I don't give predictions because they may turn out to be meaningless. But if you want meaningful answers then you aren't going to get any crystal ball gazers responding to you. Dr Tops might help you. He predicted all vaccine users would die by now.....
  19. They are basic safety precautions for the most vulnerable...by nature of them being in care homes. Having covid does not mean you'll never have it again. Vaccines don't prevent transmission Measures shouldn't be dropped just like washing your hands after using the toilet shouldn't be dropped. All of this has been said countless times. You are either ignoring it or repeating the question until you get an answer you like..
  20. Surely it would make sense not to make them redundant but redeploy them elsewhere? After all a day doesn't go by where there isn't a backlog mentioned in the papers at the home office or passport office or dvla or NHS etc etc
  21. Yes well I'm sure you were one of the people that also 'knew' that Wednesday would go up this season.
  22. Why are you now looking at ONS data? Surely it's corrupt and influenced by a government wide conspiracy with unspoken forces at work? Or is it that the ONS data now shows your viewpoint and is now credible? Actually, don't bother replying because I don't care either way
  23. If my guarantee makes you feel any better then sure.
  24. It suggests that the government/NHS will advise upon mask wearing. No one is going to force it upon everyone like a legal requirement. Honestly, you make things up and wind yourself up over it. At least wait for things to happen before frothing at the mouth
  25. Nowhere does that suggest masks will be forced upon people.
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