The Biden Presidency

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Thank you Draz.

So is 8-12 weeks the norm for the follow up vaccine your way?
 
Let me help simplify this.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink. However you can ship his a$$ to the glue factory.

Who cares. If he doesn't want the vaccine it his choice. You can't force people to get it and he is adult enough to deal with consequences.

True. Except the more people who don't want or get the vaccine, the bigger the pool of the unvaccinated, the more chance the virus has to mutate within them into another more virulent variant which could affect even the vaccinated.
 
True. Except the more people who don't want or get the vaccine, the bigger the pool of the unvaccinated, the more chance the virus has to mutate within them into another more virulent variant which could affect even the vaccinated.
Yes you are correct, but that is something that could happen regardless with the age restrictions on who can get the jab.
 
So, why get a vaccine if you can still catch it vaccinated or not?

Because it's giving the immune system a fighting chance as opposed to dying from covid. The vaccines act as antibodies and will attack any new infection.

Over here CDC is saying after the second jab continue to wear a mask for two weeks when out and about, that's how long it takes the vaccine to create the antibodies.
 
Are they testing kids regularly there like they do here?
No, not unless you have symptoms. The schools ended the mask mandate the week before summer vacation started. The only reminders of the restrictions are in some restaurants that still have a reduced seating capacity.
 
No, not unless you have symptoms. The schools ended the mask mandate the week before summer vacation started. The only reminders of the restrictions are in some restaurants that still have a reduced seating capacity.
Not sure if it's all schools, but the ones I know have been testing (or, rather, had kids testing themselves) twice a week. The idea is to catch any outbreak before it spreads like wildfire.
 
Not sure if it's all schools, but the ones I know have been testing (or, rather, had kids testing themselves) twice a week. The idea is to catch any outbreak before it spreads like wildfire.
Do your schools have a permanent nurse assigned to them? Or does the NHS show up to deliver the swabs?
 
Warning rather than predicting at the moment. Vaccination rates should be good by then. UK take up isn't suffering like a lot of other places.,
Well you are leaps and bounds ahead of the continent, who seem to be having an issue trying to get their vaccination plan up and running. It is going to be a long year Europe.
 
Well you are leaps and bounds ahead of the continent, who seem to be having an issue trying to get their vaccination plan up and running. It is going to be a long year Europe.
It's not just the bureaucracy, general vaccine acceptance rates here are higher than most (all?) places - figures approaching 90% confidence last I saw. Probably helped by the fact that while we may have a healthy distrust of government, trust in the NHS is strong.
 
It looks like the Administration is seeing the folly of it's promises made on it's immigration policies if this is anything to go by.

 
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