banjo dog Posted February 19, 2021 Share Posted February 19, 2021 (edited) At the age of 60 and with an underlying health condition (atrial fibrillation) I received a text message this week from my G.P surgery inviting me to book a covid vaccination. Needless to say on here, that is not going to happen, but I've said it any way. Has any one else noticed , according to official figures, how the death and infection rate is declining the more the vaccination rate is increasing. A good way to get those who are unable to think for their selves to believe it must be because of the vaccine. The vaccinated now number just under 17 million. Most of those are care home residents and elderly people who don't go out much any way and even less now because you are still supposed to stay at home as much as possible even after having the jab. Out of a population of 68 million, three quarters of us are un-vaccinated, going to work, etc. I see every day how busy the roads are. We are supposed to believe that with only a quarter of the country's population jabbed and still mostly stuck indoors the vaccine is making a difference already. I don't think so. Another brilliant episode from U.K column news today. I see they now have over 78,000 subscribers, just a few weeks ago it was under 65,000. There are more and more people joining this forum, seems to be some one new each time I log in. We are still in a minority but that minority is becoming less of a minority. Johnson, Hancock and co are going to push this too far if they are not careful. Then watch their house of cards come tumbling down. A lot of shit hitting a very big fan I hope. Nearly forgot, talking to a work colleague as we were leaving off yesterday. He was telling me about two care home workers he personally knows who have been vaccinated and are suffreing with health issues. Both are now off work due to sickness. One feels as if he has got flu the other is getting migraines, both having uncontrollable shaking episodes Edited February 19, 2021 by banjo dog Forgot to add 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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