enoch

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Piers Corbyn leads flash mob of Covid deniers in bizarre chant on Tube train

'Piers Corbyn was filmed in a flash mob chanting a bizarre song in protest against having to wear face masks on trains...

It's a plastic bag he wants put around his head tied at the bottom. If they don't want the vaccine that's up to them but keep their gobs shut.
 

Kanga

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Self-isolation rules written into law for four months​

It has been described as the path "towards hell". New Covid restrictions on self-isolation have been enshrined in law until March. Under legislation passed last night, regulations force people to isolate for 10 days if they come into contact with someone who has the omicron variant or risk a fine of up to £10,000 - even if they are fully vaccinated. It prompted a revolt of 33 Tory MPs, including former Cabinet ministers Greg Clark, Jeremy Wright and Esther McVey. Opponents said isolation rules could lead to a new "pingdemic" that may result in healthy people being fined if they left home. View the details of the rules, which will not expire until March 24, and those on the mandatory wearing of masks. It came as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced at a press conference that he wanted all adults to be offered a booster jab by the end of January and disclosed that GPs would be paid more to perform the vaccinations.

The row erupted as Dr Jenny Harries, the chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency, suggested people should avoid socialising in the run-up to Christmas. Associate Editor Gordon Rayner reconstructs how No 10 was left scrambling to reassure the public that parties, nativity plays and Christmas itself would go ahead. In this analysis, Science Editor Sarah Knapton says lessons from variants past should bring comfort amid the tidings of gloom. And, if you are feeling overwhelmed, read a psychotherapist's guide to coping with Covid confusion.

After a day of muddled Covid messaging, it also emerged that:
From Telegraph internet news 1/12/21
 

Mushroom

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I had the misfortune to visit Castleford this afternoon after taking my 90 year old ma to an hospital appointment. In fairness, the vast majority were wearing face masks with only a few 'super heroes' not bothering in retail outlets.
I think it will be a different matter this year as we get nearer to Christmas, as it's going to be the case for many of - "If it's good enough for Boris to have a party or two, we are".
Seeing as our Northumberland party comprises of 4 of us, we won't be locked up by the Plod.
 

Hilsjw

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Our daughter in laws sisters son (sounds a bit long-winded !) has covid. He's just 4 and is in the same pre-school class as our grandson. We will just have to wait and see the outcome. i.e Christmas arrangements.
 

enoch

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Turkeys Corona figures today. Nice to see that they are holding steady but it would be nice to see them under the 20000 a day

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yalimart

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So far it's been a fabulous pandemic, for some.
 

enoch

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Stocks on biontech drop over saying 3dose should be enough for new virus. So now the CEO is saying we might need a 4 dose or a new vaccine. Nothing but money grabbers.
 

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