I would love us to send over some vaccines for the Irish. But I am not sure that you guys will take AZN now your European cousins have trashed it out of sight. Given there is supposed to be a seamless border between North and South, it makes medical sense to get the ROI fully vaccinated ASAP.augie wrote: ↑Wed Apr 14, 2021 7:48 amGunner Rob wrote: ↑Wed Apr 14, 2021 7:14 amSame here - I’m getting the jab today.SteveO 35 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 13, 2021 9:16 amI'm in the next tier down (45-49) so was able to go online and book both jabs this morning - brilliantly efficient process I have to say. First jab this Friday. Hoping that lots of people take up the option - in many ways this is the real test now, as most over 50s (90% I believe) have stepped forward and had their jabs, whilst I expect as it gets rolled down to the younger 'invincible' age groups there will be less take up
Very good easy to use system. Credit where it is due - this country is doing a great job rolling out the vaccine.
South African variant remains a concern with cases found in south London.
More of a problem though I think will be if the Brazil variant finds it way here.
The one I’m looking at is India where it finally seems to have blown up - 185,000 cases yesterday.
If it mutates in India expect problems - otherwise I think the vaccines will probably be the route out of all this.
Vaccines were always gonna be the route out of this - world health organisation have been very clear from the outset that lockdowns will not work, and only gormless pricks and useless government c.unts thought that they would Pulling the curtains and hiding behind the sofa does not make the problem go away
Of course everything was always goona depend on the effectiveness and safety of the vaccines
Already got a few days in the pub planned for May, would be nice to get out of the concrete jungle that is North London and head towards a nice country pub for a Sunday Roast.