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Started by Dr Rock, January 09, 2021, 06:06:08 PM
Quote from: flotemysost on January 15, 2021, 11:45:49 PMJust heard my mum and dad (70 and 71) are getting it next week. Apparently some areas (including theirs) are fast tracking groups 3 and 4 to avoid doses being wasted, which possibly suggests they might be getting Pfizer'd (possibly not, I dunno). The thought of potentially being able to see them again within the next few weeks feels quite weird.
Quote from: jobotic on January 16, 2021, 09:42:27 PMWoah my mum and dad are both 73 and they haven't been offered it yet.WHAT THE FUCK
Quote from: Blinder Data on January 17, 2021, 02:13:14 PMEVERY adult will be offered the vaccine by September, the UK government claim.Will believe it when I see it obvs, but it would be amazing. Now I can just about make out a glimmer of hope in the distance...https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/17/all-adults-uk-offered-coronavirus-vaccine-september
QuoteIn an interview with Sophy Ridge on Sky News, Raab was unable to guarantee that all of those who have already received a first dose of vaccine would get their second within the recommended 12-week timescale – though he said he was "quietly confident" it could be done.
Quote from: Durance Vile on January 17, 2021, 02:06:15 PMMine are in Medway, over 80 and pissed off that they haven't heard a word yet.
Quote from: Brian Freeze on January 18, 2021, 08:06:47 AMI was chatting to a homeless chap we are friendly with and he and all the people at the hostel he stays at have been offered and given the jab if they wanted it. It has restored my faith in humanity and our local council.
Quote from: finnquark on January 18, 2021, 11:08:17 AMA member of Oldham council was being grilled about this on North West Tonight last week. The line of questioning essentially amounted to 'what about more valuable people?' The councillor said he wore the backlash against it as a badge of honour, which was a nice line.
Quote from: jobotic on January 18, 2021, 11:35:29 PMThanks, I'm only joking. Not really expecting them to get it until the end of the month at least.
Quote from: Blinder Data on January 17, 2021, 02:13:14 PMEVERY adult will be offered the vaccine by September, the UK government claim.
Quote from: timebug on January 25, 2021, 09:36:44 AMTwo relatives of mine, one almost 80 and one 84,have both had their jab. My mate Col took his Dad for his yesterday,which gives me hope,as his Dad is only a year older than me! But of course, Col being who he is*, tried his best to talk his Dad out of having it.*Col believes the Moon landings never happened; Elvis is probably still alive; the Vaccination is a deep Government plot to fool us all into believing that it actually works. And many more.Strange guy,Col.
Quote from: jobotic on January 25, 2021, 11:37:12 AMIt does seem odd to get a vaccine for something that doesn't exist.
Quote from: confettiinmyhair on January 21, 2021, 10:39:18 AMGot an email about the jab on Tuesday and then got it done 9pm yesterday. It's the Pfizer one, with the second jab happening early April. The only weird part was waiting for 15 minutes afterwards in a socially distance circle or chairs.
Quote from: TrenterPercenter on January 25, 2021, 03:10:04 PMJust got back from having it myself (old man as high risk had it on Sunday).For all of those people worrying about having it don't, the microchip is really small and you barely feel it going in.Seriously though it is a wondrous incredibly privileged thing for UK citizens (fuckers are not giving it to people without citizenship which is bonkers and just straight up disgusting) to get vaccinated and hopefully everyone can be one sooner rather than later.
Quote from: Blinder Data on January 26, 2021, 11:43:04 AMyou what??? is this true?! how could they exclude permanent residents if they're signed up to a GP or work for NHS? with the airports shuttered, it's not like we're full of "health tourists" at the moment...!
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