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I thought RT would say how amazing the Russian vax is! I like to watch different news channels to see what different places around the world say

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38 minutes ago, MuteWitness said:

I thought RT would say how amazing the Russian vax is! I like to watch different news channels to see what different places around the world say

I agree.’

 

RT is a very interesting channel. Al Jazeera too.

 

I take it all with a large pinch of salt though.

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Ive noticed the Chinese and Russians are not hanging about, they have a Vaccine and are  just getting it in em,  Give it a couple of weeks and we will find out if a couple of extra fingers and toes come in handy (pardon the pun) or not, :hihi:

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I would urge people to give a listen to Dr sucharit Bhakdi on YouTube.it sounds common sense to me

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2 hours ago, MuteWitness said:

I thought RT would say how amazing the Russian vax is! I like to watch different news channels to see what different places around the world say

I shows that socialism/communism can work better than capitalism  :)

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Rayggb.

Bhakdi makes some interesting observations.

PCR is used to detect infection with HBV ,HCV and HIV amongst others.

One can find on social media claims that PCR is fraudulent. And the claimants invoke

Kary Mullis the inventor of PCR  and author of "Dancing Naked  In The Mine Field" as proof.

 

If it was no good can you imagine the repercussions.

 

 

You may find the link interesting.

 

https://in.reuters.com/article/uk-factcheck-pcr-idUSKBN24420X

 

Edited by petemcewan

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A bitt miffed about not being able to call for a pint now and again,   but even though Im not a big Boris fan I think keeping  us in the three tier  situation is  probabky the safest direction to follow until the Elderly and the Vunerable and the  NHS  are vaccinated.

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7 minutes ago, PRESLEY said:

A bitt miffed about not being able to call for a pint now and again,   but even though Im not a big Boris fan I think keeping  us in the three tier  situation is  probabky the safest direction to follow until the Elderly and the Vunerable and the  NHS  are vaccinated.

I don't think it makes much difference for pubs whether they are in tier three or tier two.  The scenes we saw outside pubs in big towns and cities when revellers hung about hugging each other instead of going home when they introduced 10.00pm closing made it inevitable most pubs would be closed the few weeks before Christmas.  The idiots spoilt it for the normal bloke just wanting to call for a pint now and again.

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23 minutes ago, West 77 said:

I don't think it makes much difference for pubs whether they are in tier three or tier two.  The scenes we saw outside pubs in big towns and cities when revellers hung about hugging each other instead of going home when they introduced 10.00pm closing made it inevitable most pubs would be closed the few weeks before Christmas.  The idiots spoilt it for the normal bloke just wanting to call for a pint now and again.

 I Couldn't have put it better,  :thumbsup:    I knew there would be some flack after those types of outburst,  the message was literally saying to the Goverment when we have had a drink this what we do and think of your rules,   so Boris has said, well OK  try these rules for size,   so like you say the idiots spoilt it for the rest,  

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Apparently the Morbidly Obese are to be prioritised for the vaccine along the elderly, frontline health workers and those with medical conditions making them vulnerable.

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So, mixed messages then:

 

NHS:  Eat less, exercise more, Save lives

Boris: Eat more, Get jabs, Save lives

 

 

 

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Given the state of the economy, I'd prioritize people who work and pay taxes to get things moving again. I know this sounds a bit callous towards the more vulnerable members of society but total economic collapse wouldn't be good for anybody. The sick and elderly could carry on shielding until their turn comes along.

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