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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    The biggest group that’s the problem are those who don’t want to take any vaccine due to anti-vaxxer lies, that’s the real problem not edge cases of people who will be protected if 80% of the rest take vaccine
    I don't expect this will be a huge group. When you look around, most people in the UK wear masks even if they think it's a bit daft - even tradesmen visiting building merchants, etc.
    People are used to having vaccines after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    I don't expect this will be a huge group. When you look around, most people in the UK wear masks even if they think it's a bit daft - even tradesmen visiting building merchants, etc.
    People are used to having vaccines after all.
    Yeah right

    What will happen (assuming supplies of vaccines will be good) is that very soon (Mar-Apr) they will run out of people voluntarily agreeing to get it.

    In fact already people can see big difference in vaccine efficiency - 95% vs 62%, so maybe better to hold out for a more effective one, the difference is too big - 62% is like flip a coin, and 95% seems worth the risk.

    Naturally this Govt failed to secure enough of mRnA ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by oracleslave View Post
    I don't think a vaccine can help you
    Ha ha.. maybe it's mutation... I meant

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Yeah right

    What will happen (assuming supplies of vaccines will be good) is that very soon (Mar-Apr) they will run out of people voluntarily agreeing to get it.

    In fact already people can see big difference in vaccine efficiency - 95% vs 62%, so maybe better to hold out for a more effective one, the difference is too big - 62% is like flip a coin, and 95% seems worth the risk.

    Naturally this Govt failed to secure enough of mRnA ones
    Most people have no problem taking a vaccine, throw in the promise of being able to go to the pub and to Barbados and they'll be singing up whether they think it works or not.
    Most of us don't need the vaccine for our own health, but to help others anyway.

    There isn't enough in the world for all countries to sign up... Donald is hogging most of it. We have enough on order for those who need it.
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    Don't forget that 10 million doses of this vaccine is only 5 million people vaccinated as it requires it to be administered twice
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Yeah right

    What will happen (assuming supplies of vaccines will be good) is that very soon (Mar-Apr) they will run out of people voluntarily agreeing to get it.

    In fact already people can see big difference in vaccine efficiency - 95% vs 62%, so maybe better to hold out for a more effective one, the difference is too big - 62% is like flip a coin, and 95% seems worth the risk.

    Naturally this Govt failed to secure enough of mRnA ones
    If you have a flu vaccine that's what you are doing every year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    If you have a flu vaccine that's what you are doing every year.
    If enough people were getting it then there would have been less deaths from flu too - they are at scandalous levels.

    Street by street vaccinations supported by Army checkpoints are necessary, starting in Swindon first

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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Don't forget that 10 million doses of this vaccine is only 5 million people vaccinated as it requires it to be administered twice
    That's the good stuff.

    Oxford's vaccine (if it's approved, which isn't given) will be made by the bucket load next year.

    I'd expect international travel in 2022 would require high grade vaccinations (mRNA) as 62% is not good enough (compared to 95%).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    That's the good stuff.

    Oxford's vaccine (if it's approved, which isn't given) will be made by the bucket load next year.

    I'd expect international travel in 2022 would require high grade vaccinations (mRNA) as 62% is not good enough (compared to 95%).
    Problem is some people won't be able to have the mRNA one.
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