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#207314
Wyot

Change of mind on April 1st.... 3 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
I have had a change of heart & mind on Covid and now do consider it a major plague and a danger to most life on the planet.

I also think that the news now about pets requiring Covid vaccines means, to be on the safe side, we should keep in lockdown until early 2022 at the earliest so all pets can be safely jabbed:

www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-56602311?__twitter_impression=true

"No one is safe until we are all safe".
 
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#207327
Wyot

Re:Change of mind on April 1st.... 3 Weeks ago  
And more news in that surely should have come out yesterday; Johnson announces that 2 vaccinated individuals should not meet indoors as vaccines don't offer 100% protection.

Just as in the same way we don't allow 2 people who have had the MMR vaccine to meet indoors as it doesn't confer 100% protection against measles I presume...?

This is out and out insanity...
 
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#207330
Honey

Re:Change of mind on April 1st.... 3 Weeks ago  
Wyot wrote:
And more news in that surely should have come out yesterday; Johnson announces that 2 vaccinated individuals should not meet indoors as vaccines don't offer 100% protection.

Just as in the same way we don't allow 2 people who have had the MMR vaccine to meet indoors as it doesn't confer 100% protection against measles I presume...?

This is out and out insanity...


Well actually, when they started measles vaccinations people were advised to behave as if they hadn't had it, and quarantine the children just the same.

Quarantine their own children who had been in contact, I mean. Not the whole flipping country.
 
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Wyot

Re:Change of mind on April 1st.... 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
[quote]Wyot wrote:


Quarantine their own children who had been in contact, I mean. Not the whole flipping country.


Quite. It is the quarantining of the healthy and the entire population that you have probably noticed over the past year has made me a touch grumpy at times ....
 
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#207337
Honey

Re:Change of mind on April 1st.... 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Wyot wrote:
[quote]Honey wrote:
Wyot wrote:


Quarantine their own children who had been in contact, I mean. Not the whole flipping country.


Quite. It is the quarantining of the healthy and the entire population that you have probably noticed over the past year has made me a touch grumpy at times ....


Indeed. And now in a massive F.U. as thanks, the younger people who mostly didn't need to lockdown, wear masks or anything, will be barred from pubs until they eventually have their vaccination proof and stupid enforced test and trace disaster.
 
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