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  1. Thank you for that information. There is very little available for the J and J vaccine, other than it sounding so good in theory, due to being 1 shot only.
  2. its been suggested it would probably have to be the choice of a vaccine or testing before travelling, rather than just the vaccinated being allowed to travel? So would you choose the testing option? (wonder what the charge will be?) Also if they knock on your door, are you still going with the reason for not having it, was because Boris has told you to? 😄 My uncle (healthy age 65) had a letter from his GP practice giving a date and time for his vaccine appointment, and asking him to ring to cancel. He was not pleased at them being so presumptive as to bother him, by booking an a
  3. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/tower-hamlets-covid-vaccine-b920264.html https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9277667/Only-50-appointments-Covid-jabs-mass-centre-Manchester-taken-up.html Problems with uptake appearing? As time goes on, I wonder what the uptake will be?
  4. How do you think Johnson and Johnson's one shot vaccine compares to Pfizer and Oxford? Looks like it will be approved by the weekend. https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/02/24/johnson-and-johnson-vaccine/
  5. Some economic thoughts on domestic passports/testing... https://www.cityam.com/vaccine-passports-a-free-market-and-plentiful-pubs-mean-they-wont-work-in-the-uk/
  6. S173 will give new tenants at least 12 months in their homes. Welsh Parliament @SeneddWales Members have voted to approve the Renting Homes (Amendment) (Wales) Bill. This Bill amends existing law to give greater security for people renting their home - mainly for tenants in the private rented sector. https://www.tpas.cymru/blog/new-rented-homes-bill-an-easy-two-page-summary
  7. Interesting to see both sides of the coin. The last year has certainly raised more questions (and heated discussions!) 😉 than straight answers.
  8. Can't understand how many still support Boris, surely the worst PM ever?
  9. Good point. I think it is going to be interesting watching how other countries react regarding vaccines. Australians at the recent Australian Open Final showed their disapproval by boing when vaccination was mentioned by the Tennis President. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/australian-open-booing-covid-vaccine-video-b1805424.html
  10. I know you spend a lot of time in France so I am interested to know who are you more inclined to believe here.....Macron? Or Boris? ...... 😄
  11. Glad to hear they included that bit, I know you were concerned about the LL finding out where you lived via the estate agent. I think you made the right decision with the "no win, no fee" as I know how stressful this whole thing has been for you.
  12. Gosh, your LL is about to get what he deserves for being so unprofessional. Good luck with it all.
  13. Gosh, I never knew that! Your landlord is going to be pleased to find this out. 😄 So does this mean he is liable for 13 lots of deposit not being lodged? I assume he will also be ordered to re-pay the rest of your deposit too, due to having no inventory? Hope he can afford to pay all he will owe you. Keep us updated.
  14. You mean like these seem to be? https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9271243/Thousands-service-members-saying-no-COVID-19-vaccine.html https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-europe-astrazeneca-idUSKBN2AI237 s.
  15. Maybe,... so we still can't find anything else related to Bruce's question re Israel's Green Passport policy? Unless they are being screened beforehand, surely it would be difficult to get evidence?
  16. Yes, presumably. Maybe this should be done as routine? This article I previously posted suggests it is dangerous to not screen for present/previous covid before vaccinating. https://noorchashm.medium.com/vaccinating-the-already-infected-elderly-and-frail-the-tragically-telling-case-of-the-commons-ffdf5ae07381 From a scientific perspective as an immunologist, it is clear cut to me that if a person is infected, his/her tissues will be harboring viral antigens for some time following infection — be it a symptomatic or an asymptomatic infection. Subsequent immunization of such recen
  17. I too find that very interesting. Maybe they are hearing more concerning reports like this one, regarding current/past infection prior to vaccine? (this one refers to "The Commons", a Care Home) https://noorchashm.medium.com/vaccinating-the-already-infected-elderly-and-frail-the-tragically-telling-case-of-the-commons-ffdf5ae07381 The tragic case of The Commons is ominous and telling. Because out of 180 residents and staff infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, at least 28 reportedly died within a short period of time after the start of that institution’s vaccination program. That, put
  18. Not BTL, but it does concern second homes. Last April, Swansea council introduced a 100% council tax premium for homes empty for more than a year, and now from this April, second home owners (furnished) also have a 100% council tax premium to look forward to. If they say they are being marketed to let, then they are exempt for a year. https://www.swansea.gov.uk/counciltaxpremiums Not sure if any other areas do this?
  19. An ever mounting bill invoiced to the working public as usual then! Are the members of the Cabinet or PM personally accountable for anything? Seems they are free to just line their and thier cronies pockets as they wish, whether it breaks the law or not.
  20. I agree BJ likes to do his own thing, but I now have some hope UK won't try and mandate vaccines due to the guidance you posted from the "Court Of Europe", because they have members not just from the EU, (and the UK as the founding member), but from 47 different states in total. They said "the Assembly thus urges member States and the European Union" to follow....." (the list you quoted)... Maybe if UK do insist on some type of travel restrictions, BJ will take the easier option of a clear test (or vaccine proof) before travel, and hopefully France too will accept this. BJ might like
  21. Further to my last post, I just noticed this post of Bruce's was from the "Council of Europe" site, so as UK is still in this, it must apply to the UK?
  22. Interesting, so have I got this right? The guidance there was from the European Parlimentary assembly, which the UK now has nothing to do with? But the UK is still a member of the "Council of Europe", which they founded in the 1940's. https://spice-spotlight.scot/2021/01/18/brexit-faqs-eu-law-and-institutions/ So does anyone know if the "Council of Europe" has issued any agreements regarding vaccine uptake?
  23. Good luck with your work on those new extra features/tools. I also wish you luck in getting away from that dead-end job. You are obviously intelligent and creative, so deserve more than that.
  24. Thanks for posting. I find ths particularly interesting. Articles I have posted in the past all showed that natural immunity covered the whole period studied, with studies from abroad covered up to 8 months so far. (5 months for UK studies). I will have a look again to see if I can find anywhere whose studies have gone beyond that 8 months now. Let's hope the natural immunity does prove to be constant and applies for variants. I also read that anyone who prevously had covid gets stronger side effects if vaccinated. So why are they rushing to vaccinate those who've al
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