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1 hour ago, Ani said:

Some guy called Sir John Bell - professor of medicine from Oxford on bbc news channel at the moment. 
 

Listening to him speak is brilliant. Very upbeat about the future, Easter is a reasonable for virtually back to normal. The Govt in the circumstances are doing a good job. The public in general are doing a good job. 
 

Also the idea that we will need to social distance for ever is wrong we should look forward to a better life than that.  
 

Feel quite uplifted !!

This sounds great, Easter back to something like normality Is much more than I dared to hope.

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Just now, gonzo said:

While the hosptials are full, any alcohol or drug related patients should be turned away.

Doesn't work like that unfortunately. We could say the same about heart disease, diabetic, people who get fractures from doing twattish things. 

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3 hours ago, ex_midlandwhite said:

I checked today at my second test and they are Innova ones. 

I'll keep an eye out to see if this changes as the weeks go on.

Many thanks for the update mate, hope you're ok and staying safe 👍 

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Yes of course.

Don't want folk moaning they've fallen short though, if amongst other things, people can't be arsed turning up.

Govt should just be dead clear. We will make vaccines available to 13.9 m people. X% turned up so we have injected this many. 
I might be getting carried away by today’s briefing but it felt like we were entering a period of less bullshit all round. 

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Daughter tested positive. 

Headache and shattered on new years eve.. not really symptoms..

Saturday night, really bad headache, Sunday afternoon temp starts and sore throat.. test monday comes back positive.temp started at 6PM Sunday and was gone by the time she woke up. 

New years eve I had a horrid headache,  and went to bed at 7 as I couldnt stay awake, woke up at mightnight to text the missus, off to sleep, New years day exactly the same.. nothing since but been shattered all week. 

Now is this the virus being attacked by antibodies from when I had it in March? It's impossible to say I've not been in contact with it's only a small house and only me to look after the kids. 

If it is, then it's scary as I wouldn't have even second guessed needing an early night and a 2 day headache.. and if she has the new variant, is this how it manifests in people with antibodies?

 

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6 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Your antibodies may have all but disappeared since March. 

I believe I contracted it towards the end of March. Tried to donate plasma the week before last, my blood test results came back confirming I had antibodies so I did indeed have it (worst I’ve ever felt, so no surprise). However my antibodies weren’t strong enough to donate plasma but I still have them in my system.

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dont they just guess the flu numbers anyway ? 

seen a couple of flu vaccine adverts this time round, but maybe its just for show, nothing like in the past. 

O_o

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44 minutes ago, only1swanny said:

Daughter tested positive. 

Headache and shattered on new years eve.. not really symptoms..

Saturday night, really bad headache, Sunday afternoon temp starts and sore throat.. test monday comes back positive.temp started at 6PM Sunday and was gone by the time she woke up. 

New years eve I had a horrid headache,  and went to bed at 7 as I couldnt stay awake, woke up at mightnight to text the missus, off to sleep, New years day exactly the same.. nothing since but been shattered all week. 

Now is this the virus being attacked by antibodies from when I had it in March? It's impossible to say I've not been in contact with it's only a small house and only me to look after the kids. 

If it is, then it's scary as I wouldn't have even second guessed needing an early night and a 2 day headache.. and if she has the new variant, is this how it manifests in people with antibodies?

 

You been wrestling again?

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14 hours ago, Spider said:

Sweden telling population to wear masks.

They catch on quick.

Only on public transport though 

They're also thinking about having a lock down

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Grant Schapps being interviewed this morning talking about people entering the UK must have a negative test 72 hours before arriving.He said one of the reasons is concern about the South African variant being resistant to vaccines.That would be a game changer

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16 minutes ago, ZicoKelly said:

Only on public transport though 

They're also thinking about having a lock down

But but but but Sweden

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45 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

How are the EU doing in vaccinating? 

ive seen folk ive worked with get given a task, they just chuck folk at it and they make a really quick start

makes much more sense to work out when it needs to be done, what that means in terms of units per hour

calculate optimum size of team

multiply the team to achieve the goal

so long as the govt keep out of the way, i reckon the army have every chance of sorting this

until AZ flows through, im not going to take a view whether the target is achievable

 

it does feel like germany are catching us, i presume without AZ, but thats just perception without studying the figures?

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1 hour ago, boltondiver said:

How are the EU doing in vaccinating? 

As you know, but as usual don't bother getting to the point that you're trying to make, we've currently done more vaccinating than all of the EU combined thus far.....but then we did start first. Not that it matters at all, but it'll be interesting to see if we stay "ahead" of all those other countries. You would like to think that we would, especially as we've been promised the first c14M will definitely be done by mid-Feb

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