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  1. Nah I’m not having that. They might have been braver than other governments but based on what we know now it’s obvious that the roadmap was far too slow. A 25% full Wembley for a European championship game in June just looks ludicrous now. There’s absolutely no reason Glastonbury couldn’t have gone ahead either.
  2. The fat lady isn’t just singing, she’s releasing her greatest hits album. The only covid threat to the NHS is staff isolating and the impending sacking of the unvaccinated. These policies need an urgent rethink.
  3. Yep currently on a fixed tariff until august for £61 a month, if I wanted to switch now to a 2 year fixed tariff that would go up to £140.
  4. Nonsense. People follow the crowd and the majority have had enough of masks. You might get the odd few that stick with them but it won’t be a common sight.
  5. Plan B gone by the end of the month and isolation and mass testing need to be gone by the end of April. Any further doses should be akin to the flu jab, free for over 50’s and the vulnerable. Everyone else has to pay and no discrimination between how many anyone has had. Let’s end this horrible chapter and hope others follow suit.
  6. When did it ever look like it didn’t come from the wuhan lab?
  7. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jan/11/covid-loses-90-of-ability-to-infect-within-five-minutes-in-air-study Fake SAGE in the mud again
  8. Isn’t it so that there’s no overlap of symptoms that could be attributed as a vaccine side effect?
  9. It’s a bit optimistic to think people are waiting for the 28 days. If you’d had 2 doses and then had covid and it was just a cold, on what planet would you be eager for more doses? I would say most are waiting to see if/when a booster is needed for their freedoms.
  10. You’re missing the point again. Prolonging the pandemic but not significantly changing the outcome is completely counter productive. In particular the decision to close schools and limit young peoples social life made virtually zero difference to hospital rates and deaths but delayed their exposure to the virus and in fact probably it MORE dangerous for them to mix with the elderly when restrictions were relaxed as they were more likely to be infected as they had no immunity.
  11. It only makes sense to prolong the pandemic is you are drastically changing the outcome of it.
  12. Surely we’re well past the point in believing lockdowns make a huge difference? Is there a commonly believed myth that the vast majority of people were at home? Roughly 50% of people in employment were still going out to work during lockdown 1. The other 50% would have contained a good percentage that went to the supermarket on a weekly basis. It didn’t stop covid spreading, it only prolonged the pandemic.
  13. “Independent SAGE releases its covid strategy” An adult wrote that. Embarrassing group of people.
  14. Such a depressing read, that poor child will take years to get over this. She clearly doesn’t see that she is the cause of her daughters anxiety. And to top it off this is what she’s making her wear. She’s probably getting bullied on top.
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