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« Reply #13620 on: February 22, 2021, 08:49:15 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Sure we know that, Angelo isnít taking it, but itís ok , if 70% take it that should give everyone cover
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« Reply #13621 on: February 22, 2021, 09:33:02 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Sure we know that, Angelo isnít taking it, but itís ok , if 70% take it that should give everyone cover
Didnít think it would be as high as 30% tbh.

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« Reply #13622 on: February 22, 2021, 10:01:01 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Each to their own. I'm undecided to be honest. Swaying more to not getting it atm

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« Reply #13623 on: February 22, 2021, 10:08:05 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Each to their own. I'm undecided to be honest. Swaying more to not getting it atm

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« Reply #13624 on: February 22, 2021, 10:14:52 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Each to their own. I'm undecided to be honest. Swaying more to not getting it atm

The 8th of December was the first day of vaccine roll out, there seems to be a positive response from those who have taken it,
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« Reply #13625 on: February 22, 2021, 10:24:42 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Each to their own. I'm undecided to be honest. Swaying more to not getting it atm

Don't be letting Anne melt your brain Fear!

Lol. Naw we got rid of her. I'm just thinking I've had COVID,im not in risk group, I sort of like thought of my own immune system doing the work and I do admit also to having some niggling doubts about vacinne itself. As I said undecided

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« Reply #13626 on: February 22, 2021, 10:26:13 PM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Each to their own. I'm undecided to be honest. Swaying more to not getting it atm

The 8th of December was the first day of vaccine roll out, there seems to be a positive response from those who have taken it,

Yeah I know, both parents and Mrs parents had it. So far so good. I'd say 30 percent might be accurate gauge of doubters

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« Reply #13627 on: February 22, 2021, 10:26:45 PM »
America has lost more to Covid than WW2, Korean War and the Vietnam war!


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Re: China Coronavirus
« Reply #13628 on: February 23, 2021, 08:17:02 AM »
I wonder will we all be pushing for an "All-island" approach now

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« Reply #13629 on: February 23, 2021, 08:42:02 AM »
I wonder will we all be pushing for an "All-island" approach now

I think the vaccine has put to bed the notion of an all Island approach, when there was no vaccine it could be considered a viable option but when the north is around 33% of the adult population at least with one dose and the south is still in single figures it wouldn't make any sense to take an all island approach

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« Reply #13630 on: February 23, 2021, 08:51:37 AM »
I wonder will we all be pushing for an "All-island" approach now

I think the vaccine has put to bed the notion of an all Island approach, when there was no vaccine it could be considered a viable option but when the north is around 33% of the adult population at least with one dose and the south is still in single figures it wouldn't make any sense to take an all island approach

the political spin from SF will be great to watch.


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« Reply #13631 on: February 23, 2021, 09:20:52 AM »
I wonder will we all be pushing for an "All-island" approach now

I think the vaccine has put to bed the notion of an all Island approach, when there was no vaccine it could be considered a viable option but when the north is around 33% of the adult population at least with one dose and the south is still in single figures it wouldn't make any sense to take an all island approach

the political spin from SF will be great to watch.
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« Reply #13632 on: February 23, 2021, 09:32:49 AM »
Saw earlier that there is something like 30% refuseniks who will not take a vaccine, thatís a lot of the population

Sure we know that, Angelo isnít taking it, but itís ok , if 70% take it that should give everyone cover

I think we'll see from 50 and under the numbers taking maybe sway off a bit for various reasons.

Without wanting to start a war on here, I can kind of see their point - it's hugely unlikely to cause any issues for them really but I worry about the knock on effect that will have on getting the show back on the road.

I'm in my late 20s, I'll take the vaccine if it gets life back to what it was pre pandemic (yes...i know it won't ever be the same....but you get my point). But I know many people my age who will not go near it. I hope as MTR says, 70% is enough.

It's always been about protecting the vulnerable though, hasn't it?


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« Reply #13633 on: February 23, 2021, 09:38:16 AM »
There are more than you might think at younger ages with problems from this though.

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« Reply #13634 on: February 23, 2021, 09:39:56 AM »
I wonder will we all be pushing for an "All-island" approach now

I think the vaccine has put to bed the notion of an all Island approach, when there was no vaccine it could be considered a viable option but when the north is around 33% of the adult population at least with one dose and the south is still in single figures it wouldn't make any sense to take an all island approach

the political spin from SF will be great to watch.

Down south itís that time where SF go notoriously quiet when there is talk of roadmaps, lockdown decisions, lifting or not lifting of restrictions etc. Theyíll take their position on top of the fence and wait until plans have been laid out, see what way the popular opinion is going and side with that. Theyíll also focus in on the small detail, looking for a hole and bring every argument back to that.

Heard Pearse Doherty, by far their best politician, on radio last week speaking about Ulster Bank situation. At end he was asked about Covid restrictions and his thoughts on roadmap - like reading from a script it was - we donít have all the data, follow public health guidance but we need an all Ireland approach which he talked about for a full minute.