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TOPIC: Covid over.
#205855
Covid over. 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
"It was the NHS" squeals Matt. "It's the vaccine" shrieks Boris. "It's the lockdown" hisses Shapps. Sweden, with no panic and virtually no lockdown, has almost exactly half the deaths per cases as the UK. Yet media ignores the truth. Why?
 
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Last Edit: 2021/02/14 08:45 By JK2006.
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#205859
Honey

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
"It was the NHS" squeals Matt. "It's the vaccine" shrieks Boris. "It's the lockdown" hisses Shapps. Sweden, with no panic and virtually no lockdown, has almost exactly half the deaths per cases as the UK. Yet media ignores the truth. Why?


Possibly because we are a dour race who hate to have people too close and are frantic hand washers?
At least they got as far as they could without disturbing people too much.

It annoys me that our (uk) government did very little to stop infection other than the stupid "stay home" mantra.
Now they are saying we have to "live with it" Well what was the point of all that palaver then?
 
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#205863
emile

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
our (uk) government did very little to stop infection


Apart from playing a major part in the vaccine development, being to first country to give regulatory approval - and to commence mass vaccination, at an almost unrivalled speed?
 
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#205864
Wyot

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Honey wrote:
our (uk) government did very little to stop infection


Apart from playing a major part in the vaccineIdevelopment, being to first country to give regulatory approval - and to commence mass vaccination, at an almost unrivalled speed?


I think she means up to now Barney. You know the whole last year when we clocked up the worst death rate in the world and the worst economic outlook because of our cack-handed, ill-timed and hysterical responses to everything.

It is very loyal of you to defend our worst administration in modern history; but history does not start five minutes ago....
 
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#205865
Honey

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Honey wrote:
(uk) goverour nment did very little to stop infection


Apart from playing a major part in the vaccine development, being to first country to give regulatory approval - and to commence mass vaccination, at an almost unrivalled speed?


As I said, Barney," our (uk) government DID very little to stop infection".

DID, not doing.

If I was commenting on the vaccine situation I might say "The government are DOING great at supplying vaccines to us all.
 
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#205868
emile

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Our highly successful Vaccine Taskforce commenced operations in April of last year - and was a key element in producing vaccines, so quickly.



www.europeanpharmaceuticalreview.com/new...ht-against-covid-19/
 
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#205872
Wyot

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Our highly successful Vaccine Taskforce commenced operations in April of last year - and was a key element in producing vaccines, so quickly.


Barney you say they commened vaccine operations before April but some MPs are calling for lockdown to definitely end in May. So how can vaccines not work as you say?!

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-56068362
 
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#205873
Honey

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Our highly successful Vaccine Taskforce commenced operations in April of last year - and was a key element in producing vaccines, so quickly.



www.europeanpharmaceuticalreview.com/new...ht-against-covid-19/



*Sigh* Okay, I apologise. I should say... Apart from the thankfully efficient vaccine programme, the government's response has killed people needlessly, when it could have been prevented, took away people's livelihoods, when it could have been prevented, and taken away our liberties without doing much to prevent it happening again.

Forgive me for not cheering.
 
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#205874
emile

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Many haven't heard of the VTF - here's how they won the race, and the gold medal!


www.civilserviceworld.com/news/article/w...-for-vaccine-rollout
 
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#205877
Honey

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Many haven't heard of the VTF - here's how they won the race, and the gold medal!


www.civilserviceworld.com/news/article/w...-for-vaccine-rollout


I find the gloating about securing a life saving product ahead of other countries extremely tasteless.
 
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#205880
emile

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Those with a much reduced likelihood of death - through vaccination in the UK - may not be as concerned.
 
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#205882
Honey

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Those with a much reduced likelihood of death - through vaccination in the UK - may not be as concerned.


I am sorry you all feel that way, Barney.
 
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#205886
Wyot

Re:Covid over. 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
emile wrote:
Those with a much reduced likelihood of death - through vaccination in the UK - may not be as concerned.

Well that won't amount to many people at all; maybe fill a Dorset village...
 
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