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13 hours ago, PRESLEY said:

Plus they have to have the Booster 21 days later.

I had mine today and it is not effective until a week to ten days after your second jab.

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1 hour ago, Kidorry said:

I had mine today and it is not effective until a week to ten days after your second jab.

Nice one,  stay safe in the meantime.  :thumbsup:

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This not bad news. 

 

MB.

Sincerely hope things go well for the "gran".

 

Presleyl.

Well done. I wish they  would put some giddy up in rolling it out-so I can get mine.

 

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The strain was identified due to Public Health England’s (PHE) proactive and enhanced monitoring following the increase in cases seen in Kent and London. The variant has been named ‘VUI – 202012/01’ (the first Variant Under Investigation in December 2020).

As of 13 December, 1,108 cases with this variant have been identified, predominantly in the South and East of England.

PHE is working with partners to investigate and plans to share its findings over the next 2 weeks. There is currently no evidence to suggest that the strain has any impact on disease severity, antibody response or vaccine efficacy.

 

 

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10 hours ago, PRESLEY said:

Nice one,  stay safe in the meantime.  :thumbsup:

I will certainly try,  and thank you.

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yup, no change really apart from the south east moving up to tier 3, looks like we wont be opening until mid january now as most of our customer base are still in tier 3, we close at the start of January anyway as thats the quietest time of the year in Whitby.

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On 16/12/2020 at 11:21, Thirsty Relic said:

Looks like expectations of full vaccine deployment and going back to "normal" by summer are unrealistic according to the National Audit Office:

 

https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-less-than-half-of-uk-population-could-be-vaccinated-in-2021-spending-watchdog-says-12162805

 

 

Not necessarily - you assume we need to vaccinate everyone for that to happen. A decision might be taken once half are vaccinated to let it rip through the rest on the grounds few will have serious issues (not old, not unhealthy).

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29 minutes ago, nightrider said:

Not necessarily - you assume we need to vaccinate everyone for that to happen. A decision might be taken once half are vaccinated to let it rip through the rest on the grounds few will have serious issues (not old, not unhealthy).

the trouble with that is theyve found out people get sick because of a certain gene or genes, you dont know whos got the "angry" gene until they get it and then its too late, they are really really sick...or dead

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40 minutes ago, nightrider said:

Not necessarily - you assume we need to vaccinate everyone for that to happen. A decision might be taken once half are vaccinated to let it rip through the rest on the grounds few will have serious issues (not old, not unhealthy).

They're extending the furlough scheme to April so we can assume we're still in trouble.

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18 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

They're extending the furlough scheme to April so we can assume we're still in trouble.

They would not be able to vaccinate everyone by then anyway - timescale I saw was a year. So 6 months from now could be consistent with half the population vaccinated.

18 hours ago, melthebell said:

the trouble with that is theyve found out people get sick because of a certain gene or genes, you dont know whos got the "angry" gene until they get it and then its too late, they are really really sick...or dead

Yes but that is a tiny, tiny fraction that isn't going to overwhelm hospitals.

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21 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

They're extending the furlough scheme to April so we can assume we're still in trouble.

But they could adjust it down from 80%, how long can jobs be subsidised to 80%?

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