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Vaccine
#21
Are there enough flights still in operation to accommodate all the people who would take that nomination after seeing Heinrich's picture?
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#22
(26-11-2020, 10:29 PM)Jwb52z Wrote: Are there enough flights still in operation to accommodate all the people who would take that nomination after seeing Heinrich's picture?

Yeah a Cessna 172 should do it! LOL
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#23
I'm very confused.*

*I missed 9in's other reply; I get it now.
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#24
(26-11-2020, 10:42 PM)Heinrich Wrote: I'm very confused.

Don't worry, we're just using you for scientific research re Covid reinfection.
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#25
I'm used to it.
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#26
Woo-hoo! We now have a vaccine minister,  Giddy

AKA someone to blame when the whole operation goes tits up as it inevitably will under this shambles of a government,

It's...Nadhim Zahawi. Nope, I've never heard of him either,  Confused
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#27
He's the Business Minister I think.

Obviously his work on Brexit is now complete as we have our one trade deal (with The Soloman Islands) so he's been moved over to vaccine purchase and distribution.

I have my appointment for my first jab.
35th Marchvember 2027
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#28
(28-11-2020, 02:46 PM)ladsnet Wrote: He's the Business Minister I think.

Obviously his work on Brexit is now complete as we have our one trade deal  (with The Soloman Islands)  so he's been moved over to vaccine purchase and distribution.

I have my appointment for my first jab.
35th Marchvember 2027

The BBC states “ Currently a business minister, Mr Zahawi's primary focus will be on delivering the vaccine, with most areas of his business portfolio put aside.”.

Which like you say is fine now Brexit is done. And it’s not like the business world need any help either  Confused

Also, how did you get appointment for so soon  Tongue
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#29
(28-11-2020, 02:46 PM)ladsnet Wrote: I have my appointment for my first jab.
35th Marchvember 2027



But all your work on these forums surely means you're some sort of social care worker, so you should be first in line Cool
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#30
Well if you'd all lobby to get me my MBE then not only would I be first in line.. I'd get a contract to deliver PPE to the NHS too.


I wonder why they didn't just let Health minister Matt Hancock manage the vaccine ???
Anybody would assume he must be SHIT or something
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#31
My plan is to stay isolated until Mental Health Worker Johnny comes to me.
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#32
Yes, I have had a splenectomy so I’m due to get when they do the over 65’s. Shielding is absolute baws, I’m booking a holiday as soon as I get it.
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#33
I want to get vaccinated. I have a chronic lung disease and Corona would just be too much of a risk for me. Not entirely happy with the British one either though. I may look for alternatives.. but how easy is it to get one?
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#34
Just read this:
NHS Wrote:Who can get the COVID-19 vaccine

The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus.

The vaccine is being offered in some hospitals and hundreds of local vaccination centres run by GPs.

You will also need to be registered with a GP surgery in England. You can register with a GP if you do not have one.

The vaccine will be offered more widely, and at other locations, as soon as possible.

That doesn’t give me a lot of confidence, because it seems to be focused on people who either have jobs, and homes, or live in facilities such as care homes. I.e. people who will ‘automatically’ be registered with the doctor.

There doesn’t seem to be any awareness of homeless (or hidden homeless) people, or people like travellers. Or even people who haven’t registered with a doctor. So it seems like those people will probably miss out.

That’s down to our wonderful, caring NHS.
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#35
I'm getting the vaccine as soon as they do the over 90s. KK
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#36
Also, there’s a lot of confidence in the NHS’s roll-out scheme, and age-based banding (80+, 75-80 and so on). No-one has spoken about what will happen if there aren’t enough resources, or deadlines are missed (at local, or national level).

Some older people are already saying they can’t make/book appointments (knowing they’re near the top of the priority list), despite the “don’t call us, we’ll call you” message.

If this programme is so damned critical (as we’ve repeatedly been told it is), why isn’t there more transparency about the roll-out, and why are GP practices able to opt-out from offering it in the first round (basically meaning it’s not even enough just to be registered with a GP practice)??

If we get to April, May, June and beyond, and there are still people coming forward saying they’ve not been able to get jabs, I can totally see that happening.

The recovery will be fucked. Lockdowns and restrictions will continue.
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#37
Please excuse me if this is too far off topic, but is registering with a doctor a difficult thing for people who don't have a permanent lone address? It seems like a strange problem in a nation with a national healthcare system.
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#38
I'd be interested too.

I get the homeless people bit but surely virtually everybody is registered with a GP ?
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#39
What if you move home?? A lot of people just don’t update their details, or take ages to do so.

Also, students, people like that. And not everyone speaks English as a first language, as they found in Leicester during the local lockdown.

There’s a lot of European people who’ve been made homeless because their zero hours jobs packed in due to lockdowns.
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#40
HMG says as at Dec 2020 60,570,367 patients are registered at a GP practice in England.

Population of England is about 57M.. so accounting for people who moved, registered at a new practice and didn't 'un-register' at the old one, would indicate that excluding the homeless, pretty much everybody is registered at a GP practice.
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