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swede
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9485 posts since 21/3/09

4 Jan 2021 19:03
Kadafi39 wrote:
Davinho wrote: Does the fact that virtually all medics, scientists etc are in favour of the vaccine not give you confidence?

https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/941492

Turns out that a poll in November 2020 found that 40% of UK Dr's would refuse the vaccine. Who would have thought that between yourself and your GF you didn't personally know all the medics in the country? Astounded mate.


40% of the UK's doctors ≠ survey of 304 medscape readers ffs Laughing out loud
swede
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9485 posts since 21/3/09

4 Jan 2021 19:08
-DiscoTits- wrote: Genuine question to medical folk on here. Why in some videos have I seen people be given the jab but the medical professional does not push the syringe down while doing so?

Edit: or the syringe is already depressed fully before they place the needle through then skin.

use of a retractable needle. google it. pretty standard procedure in developed countries; minimises transmission of bloodborne diseases etc.

i am genuinely alarmed at the number of people on here who believe that coronavirus is a hoax and/or the vaccine isn't what it says it is… where do you guys find all this shit? please don't say facebook/bloke at the pub
swede
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9485 posts since 21/3/09

4 Jan 2021 19:16
kadafi do you really feel that any potential side-effects from a vaccine would actually be better than rolling the dice on catching it? do you not think it would be a real shame if you actually got some serious complications/died or passed it onto someone you love who then died?

again not being patronising, just want to understand the logic/thought process
TROYBOY
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813 posts since 28/2/12

4 Jan 2021 19:30
I dont understand why using caution is a bad thing.
Kingmob07
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9094 posts since 11/5/07

4 Jan 2021 19:41
In the eyes of the public, covid isn't ebola, small pox, the black plague or something visceral and ugly. Perhaps the government should have done some hard-hitting public service announcements. Instead we have people dismissing it as a bad case of the flu, which in the eyes of most people is bad, but doesn't linger. Personal responsibility also comes into it and I think people have become increasingly complacent about even the most basic guidelines.
swede
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9485 posts since 21/3/09

4 Jan 2021 19:45
TROYBOY wrote: I dont understand why using caution is a bad thing.

"using caution" during a global pandemic would surely be taking a vaccine which has been proven safe, efficacious and likely to bring this whole thing to a stop…
swede
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9485 posts since 21/3/09

posted 4 Jan 2021 19:47, edited 4 Jan 2021 19:47
Kingmob07 wrote: In the eyes of the public, covid isn't ebola, small pox, the black plague or something visceral and ugly. Perhaps the government should have done some hard-hitting public service announcements. Instead we have people dismissing it as a bad case of the flu, which in the eyes of most people is bad, but doesn't linger. Personal responsibility also comes into it and I think people have become increasingly complacent about even the most basic guidelines.

that's the problem with the public though isn't it… fucking stupid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggOmCajuUk8
RickRude
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3794 posts since 13/1/12

4 Jan 2021 19:59
You really like the sound of your own voice
fudge.dredd
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1611 posts since 15/12/12

posted 4 Jan 2021 20:03, edited 4 Jan 2021 20:03
swede wrote:
Kingmob07 wrote: In the eyes of the public, covid isn't ebola, small pox, the black plague or something visceral and ugly. Perhaps the government should have done some hard-hitting public service announcements. Instead we have people dismissing it as a bad case of the flu, which in the eyes of most people is bad, but doesn't linger. Personal responsibility also comes into it and I think people have become increasingly complacent about even the most basic guidelines.
that's the problem with the public though isn't it… fucking stupid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggOmCajuUk8

No the government has literally copied China in its propaganda to scare people into this madness. This is creeping communism pure and simple.

It’s a fucking bad flu. That’s IT.

Any of you still backing this response is complicit. I hope you lose your jobs for this. You’ll be held accountable one day.

I feel sorry for your children.

I called this back in March. I knew this was literally the end of our freedoms. It won’t ever end now.
-DiscoTits-
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919 posts since 26/11/07

4 Jan 2021 20:14
Cheers for the info swede. I genuinely just didn't know this was the case. Always happy to be informed of the reasons.
fudge.dredd
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1611 posts since 15/12/12

4 Jan 2021 20:21
Let’s all stay at home now until the bad nasty virus goes away.

Oh let’s not forget that flights are and will continue to keep coming in with no testing at all.

Been that way since March.

Makes sense.
MoB
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37088 posts since 31/8/04

4 Jan 2021 20:25
Unless ive missed something, there's no change bar schools shutting? Also lol if they think they'll vaccinate 12mil people by mid feb
figurine
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5983 posts since 14/5/07

4 Jan 2021 21:01
figurine wrote:
fudge.dredd wrote: No more deaths this year than the previous 10 years. Why?
Got a source for that fudge?

https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/totaldeathsin2019and2020sofarintheuk

At week 46 there were nearly the same amount of deaths as there were in all of 2019 for England and Wales. Its fairly reasonable to assume that for the whole of 2020 more people died than in 2019.
Just in case you missed it fudge
swede
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9485 posts since 21/3/09

4 Jan 2021 21:07
RickRude wrote: You really like the sound of your own voice

the voice of reason
RickRude
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3794 posts since 13/1/12

4 Jan 2021 21:35
At times yes
TCB
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4686 posts since 5/7/11

4 Jan 2021 21:39
Certainly on this thread.
burny
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5994 posts since 25/5/06

4 Jan 2021 21:58
fudge.dredd wrote: Let’s all stay at home now until the bad nasty virus goes away.

Oh let’s not forget that flights are and will continue to keep coming in with no testing at all.

Been that way since March.

Makes sense.

When was the last time you flew into this country?
Charles Winthorpe III
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5484 posts since 29/7/05

4 Jan 2021 22:12
Has anyone ever themselves or do they know anyone personally (not Facebook contact) who have ever had a bad vaccine experience? I don’t mean something like feeling unwell for a day or two post chicken pox jab or standard temperature a child gets after receiving any vaccination. .. like autism, causing allergies, immune system issues.

I just find it fascinating that we as a society have developed distrust of science over the past 20 years.
-DiscoTits-
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919 posts since 26/11/07

4 Jan 2021 22:13
I've been regularly flying in and out of the UK since March last year and I can categorically state that the rules are simply too easy to circumvent and there should be mandatory testing in the Airports and mandatory quarantine which is enforced strictly. This won't be the last lockdown.
pentonville
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900 posts since 12/3/12

4 Jan 2021 22:51
fudge.dredd wrote: Any of you still backing this response is complicit. I hope you lose your jobs for this. You’ll be held accountable one day.

I feel sorry for your children.

OK I´m appreciating the new life in this shitroutine Laughing out loud