Someone raised an interesting point on a phone-in last week. She asked about the right for a tradesperson , eg: as a plumber, electrician etc; to confirm that the homeowner they were visiting had been vaccinated.
How do we deal with this? Any ideas?
That's the problem with the Black sea regions.same lot to blame.I wonder how serious the Turkish Govt is on social distancing after the bad example seen here and around the country in holding packed Party congress meeting rallies ala Trump
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You should see the turkish TV the interest in the UK covid is unbelievable, like you say there is more than UK with problems.
Do as I say not as I do. I'm sure the figures will be acceptable by the time the holiday season comes round. (Ramadan is April 12 - May 12 - ish) btw.I wonder how serious the Turkish Govt is on social distancing after the bad example seen here and around the country in holding packed Party congress meeting rallies ala Trump
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A friend from Southampton rang me a few days ago, there is 1 employer in that area advertising a job vacancy, saying only vaccinated people apply, I don't blame them, it is protecting their Company, employees' and themselves.
I fully back a vaccine passport, and anyone who refuses to have the vaccine, should not be allowed to enter pubs etc. or fly abroad for a holiday, bet they would have it then.
I thoughr Marrow fat were a type of mushy peas!We have a young couple living next door. They are Jehovah Witnesses and they must be very strict because they gave us a packet of burghers that they had bought, explaining to us that they couldn't eat them as they contained marrow fat. I dare not ask them their views about vaccinations, but would be interested to know.
It will be the 'human rights' brigade and the conspiracy theorists all combined.I expect certain groups to kick up Hell over compulsory vaccine passports.........until they want to travel abroad themselves.
Tough. If they dont want it no-one is forcing them so they can stay home, and outside events.It will be the 'human rights' brigade and the conspiracy theorists all combined.
I don't see the problem. In fact it should make our return to something like normal an easier transition.
For those of us who have been vaccinated, it is proof, and if that can get us back into the things we enjoyed before then so be it, and if those who object want to live their way, again so be it, but for the sake of a small card confirming vaccination and starting to open up the benefits at a later date, they cannot complain later when it's a case of 'no card, no job, no entry to social events, pubs etc.
It's informed choice.