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    TimRegency
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    https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/uk-55777084?__twitter_impression=true

    Who to listen to? The Conservatives or highly qualified Doctors, Doctors’ organisations, SAGE and the World Health Organisation? I think I’ll go with the second choice.

    #199490

    Matt
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    Surely the correct answer, as with anything else medical is to use as directed by the manufacturer and how they tested it, which is 21 days. As far as I’m concerned there is no wiggle room from that.

    #199492

    JaneJ
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    Matt fully agree it was fully tested with a specific specification then being issued from the manufacture so any variation of time spans needs a full statement from them stating it is or is not tested to have a longer period of time before the second jab..

    #199493

    TimRegency
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    …especially with a new vaccine. But while people keep voting Conservative, what can you do?

    #199497

    Matt
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    Yes, well that therein lies a major problem Tim. If people continue to vote Tory, this man could end up First Minister.

    RT

    Of course, there were questions over his employing his wife in a 37.5 hour a week role as a PA for 13 years, allowing her to earn £35,000 per year. When queried a number of Tories within the party didn’t even realise she was a paid up member of his staff as they had no interaction or dealings with her. On top of her full time job she was also touting a business as a hypnotherapist. Cronyism at its finest.
    https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/politics/andrew-julia-wife-rt-davies-18732006

    If it’s the choice of this clown and the drunkards at the bar then there is little hope for any meaningful direction or competence if the public of Wales make a disastrous decision at election.

    #199498

    zinger
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    I would agree with you all but by doing that since the beginning of December, only NHS, care home staff & residents would be vaccinated & not all of those.

    All those living in the community would be waiting for much longer. Is it fair that people living alone in their 80’s & 90’s should continue to be in isolation with no protection even from their families.

    As it is my 89 year old relative with health concerns has not been notified of an appointment & I hear of many in their 90’s still waiting. Their mobilty is getting less, their mental health deteriorating, they are lonely & will end up by being even more of a burden on the NHS as their family carers are in the same position getting older.

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    #199500

    billycoen
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    Not much difference than Tony’s cronies then.

    #199501

    Matt
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    Yes we all know Tony Blair was a red tory war criminal, bit of whataboutery there.

    While we’re talking about ancient history, I hear that Genghis Khan didn’t do everything by the book either.

    #199502

    TimRegency
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    I really do sympathise with what you’re arguing, Zinger. I have a serious underlying condition, but would happily wait a bit longer so that those in front of me are vaccinated properly. The danger here is that by not doing what it says on the label, they could end up nullifying the effectiveness of the vaccine and that would spoil things for everybody.

    #199504

    TimRegency
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    As for the war criminal. It’s no accident that Margaret Thatcher described him as her ‘greatest achievement.’

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