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8 minutes ago, onewheeldave said:

No, they had no patients- the hospitals had been closed  to most of them. Hence why a huge number of people could not access cancer and other treatments.

A number of Outpatient clinics (not all) were closed/limited.

The rest of the wards were carrying on as normal, as full as ever. 
I know this for definite, I work on one 🙄.

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47 minutes ago, nikki-red said:

Hours practicing? Really? 😂

 

The ward a friend of mine works on did one, they all came in half an hour  before their night shift started to practise and film it.

 

Do you honestly believe staff were abandoning their patients to go and dance in the corridors?

 

15 minutes ago, onewheeldave said:

No, they had no patients- the hospitals had been closed  to most of them. Hence why a huge number of people could not access cancer and other treatments.

 

9 minutes ago, nikki-red said:

A number of Outpatient clinics (not all) were closed/limited.

The rest of the wards were carrying on as normal, as full as ever. 
I know this for definite, I work on one 🙄.

I await onewheeldave's reply with interest

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7 minutes ago, onewheeldave said:

No, they had no patients- the hospitals had been closed  to most of them. Hence why a huge number of people could not access cancer and other treatments.

I went to a funeral yesterday for a relative who was a NHS worker not yet 40.

You comments are just plain wrong and hurtful.

There are carers and NHS staff who read these ill-informed and harmful comments of yours and some are struggling more than you realise.

Think!

 

 

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13 minutes ago, nikki-red said:

A number of Outpatient clinics (not all) were closed/limited.

The rest of the wards were carrying on as normal, as full as ever. 
I know this for definite, I work on one 🙄.

You do know that many people missed out on cancer diagnoses and cancer treatment during that time, don't you?

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1 minute ago, onewheeldave said:

You do know that many people missed out on cancer diagnoses and cancer treatment during that time, don't you?

Yes.

When have I said otherwise?

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1 minute ago, Annie Bynnol said:

I went to a funeral yesterday for a relative who was a NHS worker not yet 40.

You comments are just plain wrong and hurtful.

There are carers and NHS staff who read these ill-informed and harmful comments of yours and some are struggling more than you realise.

Think!

 

 

Relatives of those who died of untreated cancers have hurt feelings as well

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8245313/amp/Fury-endless-showreel-NHS-staff-dancing-fooling-coronavirus-crisis.html?ico=amp_mostReadNews

 

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11 minutes ago, onewheeldave said:

Can I ask Dave, what you were doing in the pandemic?

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2 hours ago, onewheeldave said:

Absolutely. It's not like we had a situation where NHS staff were so bored at having nothing to do in the mainly empty hospitals [with patients desperatly needing cancer screenings/treatment prevented from entering] that thousands of staff spent many hours practising dance routines to post on Tiktok, is it?

 

 

Please stop. You are embarrassing yourself

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1 hour ago, Annie Bynnol said:

 

Think!

 

 

LOL, asif

 

That's the problem, they can't, or wont

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17 hours ago, Dardandec said:

@The_DADDY- Genuine question.

 

Why do you find it odd that people want to take up the offer of a free Covid vaccine? Do you not believe in personal choice? And the most disturbing thing is you seem to want to make them feel bad about having it. Why is that?

 

Honestly, this is a genuine question because I don't get it.

I believe anyone who wants the jab should have it. 

If you go back in the thread you'll find it's the pro jab lot who are trying to make us non jabbed feel bad for not having it. I genuinely have no problem with anyone who wants it but for them to turn around and call me selfish for  not doing the same is beyond the pale. 

For the record. If you want the experimental jab/habs then go for it. I'm not having it, my kids aren't having it and my friends aren't having it 🙏

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2 minutes ago, The_DADDY said:

I believe anyone who wants the jab should have it. 

If you go back in the thread you'll find it's the pro jab lot who are trying to make us non jabbed feel bad for not having it. I genuinely have no problem with anyone who wants it but for them to turn around and call me selfish for  not doing the same is beyond the pale. 

For the record. If you want the experimental jab/habs then go for it. I'm not having it, my kids aren't having it and my friends aren't having it 🙏

CORRECTED-Fact Check- COVID-19 vaccines are not experimental and they have not skipped trial stages  | Reuters

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