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  1. Disgusting, I hope that they end up with no helpers at all. Sadly I think we're going to see more and more of this.
  2. My other half is vegan and chosen not to have it as it was tested on animals. Personally l think everyone should be exempt, as no one should be forced to take a vaccine for any reason. But l can understand why people might choose to suddenly say they are vegan. I wonder what would happen if you went for the jab and just asked the doctor or nurse to throw it in the bin and just falsely write that you had it as you would lose your job otherwise. Might be worth a try.
  3. Thank for this, I don't think there is any way on earth it will stop at care home workers, they will come for us in time, or make life so difficult it will feel like we don't have a choice. But we do, we will stand strong together, we won't give in, we won't take the jab.
  4. Lovely to go out today without a mask, I marched into Asda, Primark, boots and marks and spencer with no problems at all. I would say 85% of the sheep I saw were still masked up.
  5. Yes it seems to be, but I'll be looking for the shops that are the most chill about it and not going to bother me for being maskless.
  6. Supermarkets Tesco - will encourage customers and workers to continue wearing masks in its supermarkets. Sainsbury's - will encourage all customers to wear a face covering if they can. Sainsbury's added that if staff are behind a screen, they will not have to wear a mask. Lidl - The supermarket will have signs at entrances to remind shoppers that mask wearing is recommended by the government Aldi - will encourage customers and workers to wear face coverings when they are in stores Waitrose - John Lewis and Partners "recommends" that shoppers wear a face covering, unless exempt. The company said the decision "will be for each individual to take". Asda - A spokesperson said Asda will "encourage customers to be respectful to each other and to follow the government guidance on face coverings". There will be signs and announcements in stores to encourage shoppers to wear masks. Retailers Waterstones - The book store said in a tweet it would "encourage our customers to wear face masks and observe social distancing". John Lewis - John Lewis and Partners "recommends" that shoppers wear a face covering, unless exempt. The company said the decision "will be for each individual to take". Primark - The store said it hopes "people will continue to think of others and wear a face covering if they can". H&M - The company is encouraging staff and shoppers to continue wearing a face mask. Beaverbrooks jewellers - staff will still be wearing visors or masks. The store said it cannot enforce customers to wear masks but would prefer them to do so. Wilko - The chain is recommending face coverings for staff and is asking customers to "show their support by wearing theirs while shopping too". B&Q - Signs in stores will ask shoppers to continue to wear face masks unless exempt and to keep a safe distance from others. Screwfix - From July 19, wearing a face covering is a "personal choice", but the company asked customers to continue wearing one for the safety of workers and other shoppers. Argos - will encourage all customers to wear a face covering if they can. Ikea - The furniture retailer is encouraging the use of face coverings in England, but said it "recognises that this is a personal choice for customers and co-workers". Superdrug - is waiting for more detailed government guidance before confirming its rules from July 19. In the meantime, the current mask and social distancing policy remains in place. Boots - The health and beauty retailer recommends that customers continue to wear face masks in stores, especially during busy times and in pharmacy areas. Staff will continue to wear masks. The Body Shop - It will be optional for staff to wear face masks. The retailer suggested customers can choose whether or not to wear a mask as it understands "individuals are at all different stages of processing 'freedom day' and what they feel comfortable with". Food and drink venues Greene King pubs - The company did not say whether masks will be mandatory for those not sat at a table, but said it would loosen social distancing restrictions and maintain its enhanced cleaning regime. Harvester, Toby Carvery, O'Neill's pubs, All Bar One and other businesses owned by Mitchells & Butlers - Wearing a face mask will be "a matter of personal choice for staff and guests". Drinking at the bar and while stood up will be allowed, but the company is encouraging customers to use order and pay at table apps. London Borough Market - Face masks continue to be compulsory when people are not eating or drinking Visitor attractions Natural History Museum - is “recommending visitors wear face coverings" London Dungeon - the venue will “highly recommend that face coverings are worn inside our attractions” while staff will carry on wearing PPE Historic Royal Palaces (The Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle and Gardens) - “expects and recommends” visitors to wear face coverings Spitalfields Market - Masks will not need to be worn in the outdoor market itself but the shops within it can ask customers to wear masks inside.
  7. Tomorrow, on Tuesday 13th July, MPs will vote on whether to make double coronavirus vaccinations mandatory for people working in adult care homes. Sorry if this has already been covered today, please can everyone tweet, phone and email their MPs to vote against this.
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