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  1. 1 hour ago, comem47 said:

    I'm sure glad my surgeon wore a mask for my open heart surgery  (his mask protects me) You'd be surprised how far sneeze droplets go without one.

    Thats assuming you believe the idea a virus is spread by water droplets from a persons breath. An unproven idea that many scientists do not subscribe to.

    As to your surgeon wearing a mask during theater Im sure it makes the patient feel safer but in reality even surgeons are not sure if they are worn for their own protection or that of the patient.

    "the extracted data revealed no statistically significant association between mask usage and the incidence of surgical site infection" - Royal Society of Medicine



  2. A relative of mine has been in hospital London after a brain clot in intensive care for a couple of weeks while they wait to operate...hes now got Covid. So where did he catch that then?

    The strain people seem to catch in hospital seems to spell the end for them.

    I see people blaming each other for not sticking to the rules but in general I see people do seem to be sticking to the rules in the main.

    I was convinced from the beginning social distancing doesn't work and as for masks you might as well wear those on your arse. 40 years of research on the subject say they dont work but 4 weeks of research in march claimed they do.

    At what point will people accept its not the people its the lock downs that dont work.



  3. I dont think so. A few of my customers have had people had it. Well I say had it maybe I should say tested positive. And a few students at my wife work had it. 

    Have you?


  4. 1 hour ago, andydclements said:

    It's not a guarantee but, it at least halves the chance of contracting it,

    Ive not heard that before. The website says-

    "We do not yet know whether it will stop you from catching and passing on the virus, but we do expect it to reduce this risk. So, it is still important to follow the guidance in your local area to protect those around you.

    To protect yourself and your family, friends and colleagues you still need to:

    practice social distancing

    wear a face mask

    wash your hands carefully and frequently

    follow the current guidance"


    I dont see the point of it myself.

    I think in Hellesdon they had a lot of vaccine spare as many of my FB friend from school my age (under 50) had it.




  5. On 08/01/2021 at 11:22, Kimbers said:

    Self isolating with a sore chest and a cough. On the positive I got a drive through test within an hour and just have to wait 48 hours.

    H Kimbers

    Did you have it again or was it something else this time?


    Im guessing youre all clear?



  6. 2 minutes ago, andydclements said:

    @Buddsy, the definition of the efficacy is how much it stops people contracting the disease, not how much it allows them to become asymptomatic. So that claim is disproved by the various studies that allowed the vaccines to be approved. 

    Im not sure what you mean? Definition of the efficacy? I was asking if this could truly a be called a vaccine?

    And if it reduces the spread of infection?



  7. I saw a medical doctor claiming as the "vaccine" doesn't stop infection spreading but only reduces the symptoms by the medical definition this is not a vaccine but a medical treatment.

    Does anyone know if this is a true thing on both counts?


    Is it not a vaccine?


    Does it stop infection spreading?




  8. On 31/12/2020 at 15:32, Buddsy said:

    The NHS seem to have stopped releasing the info how effective the flu jab is.


    Ok Chaps have to hold my hands up here and say I was wrong.


    I was questioning the effectiveness of the Flu jab and it turns out its been working much better than anyone could have predicted according to the WHO.


    Basically flu has been wiped out!




    I suppose the good thing we can take from this if we are able to stamp out Flu we should be able to do the same for the Crapola.

    As long as the data is correct...



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  9. 13 minutes ago, Kimbers said:

    Self isolating with a sore chest and a cough.

    I thought you had it before?

    You were the one person I know personally who was pretty ill with it.


    Positive or Negative I hope you feel better soon!



  10. 3 hours ago, LotusFella said:

    Why are they not publishing excess death figures?

    They are


    6 hours ago, Kimbers said:

    However if you are having a large party or unlicensed music event then they will gain access using a warrant and you will be "Obliged" to talk to them.

    Does it require a judge to sign a warrant? 



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  11. 3 hours ago, Kimbers said:

    Not sure what they are doing in Northants. Here any call like that is given a priority grade just under an emergency.

    Are they obliged to talk with you or can they simply close the door?



  12. 47 minutes ago, Chillidoggy said:


    It was only going to work if people could bother their arses to use it; They didn't, and they're still not doing so.

    Dont have a mobile phone and dont want one. 

    Went to a pub in Norwich the Georgian House Hotel when I went to buy a drink they said I had to use the app? An app whats that then I said. On a phone....needless to say I went down the road instead



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  13. 5 hours ago, Dan E said:

    the conspiracy theories and questioning the figures. 

    I dont understand why the media has headlines like

    "Covid-19: UK reports a record 55,892 daily cases"

    When you read the article they are talking about Corona Virus cases?

    "The UK has reported another 55,892 daily cases of coronavirus, the highest figure on record."

    So we all know Corona Virus and Covid-19 are different things so why almost a year latter are they still implying they are one and the same thing? 

    BBC Corona virus


    Surely by now they should make up their mind which they are talking about?



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