Good on 'em. Had mine today in UK. God knows when I would have got mine had I been at home in Berlin.GERMANY and FRANCE'S coronavirus vaccine rollouts are faltering because people are turning down the AstraZeneca jab due to Brussels scaremongering.www.express.co.uk
You reap what you sow, the result of unintentional consequences.
If they try the Isle of Wight, they won’t succeed. The Solent ferry fares will stop them from getting to the mainland, and the provisional wing of the Island Drivers Army (with their 1980s volvo estates, with no indicators and limited to 15mph) will paint little white circles in the middle of every junction, guaranteeing grid lock and desrroying the invaders’ ability to manoeuvre.
Whilst you might hold that opinion regarding Farage the truth is without him and his supporters you wouldn't have had a referendum to vote in.Only because the retarded remainiacs on here think that all leave voters are obviously deranged Farage lovers, not realizing it is possible to know you voted the correct way whilst finding Farage a reprehensible mutton flange of a human being who I'd happly watch drown in a septic tank...
How does one muffle a titter, I’d let out a guffaw. That said it seems EUFP is coming together over Navalny, A brisk positive result after a meeting of minds. Sanctions on some court officials, who did as they were told. It seems that France and Germany want to leave the door open for Russia. According to Macron Russia is in Europe and won’t go away, well that’s nice to knowI shall restrict myself to a muffled titter.
There is a precedent for distracting the plebs from other domestic issues - think Argentina and the Falklands.
Now, which group of islands off the European mainland used to be part of the EU?
It does make you wonder why you would 'want' to show the highest possible value...
ONS data would be the most useful, see how much the death rate has deviated from normal and there's your covid.
But the EU might bully poorer countries into not using it.
Covid-19: South Africa pauses use of Oxford vaccine after study casts doubt on efficacy against variantRollout of the Oxford-AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine in South Africa has been paused after a study in 2000 healthy and young volunteers reported that it did not protect against mild and moderate disease caused by the new variant (501Y.V2) that emerged there. The study, which has not been...www.bmj.com
Psychology has long shown that 'power' is addictive and lots of people in minor positions of power are suddenly invested with heaps of control, over other humans and absolutely love it. A year of covid and it doesn't surprise me at all this sort of stuff and I expect it will be very hard to give it up.Or the SA govt scrabbling desperately for an excuse to maintain their death grip on absolute control, while simultaneously dodging paying for a vaccine.
Just for info, the cANCer's supreme covid council or some such Marxist guff has more authority than provincial govts, in particular the DA run Western Cape which is a permanent thorn in the side for the regime. To this end, they have free rein to interfere in areas where they would otherwise be excluded or severely limited. They're loving this shit.
Psychology has long shown that 'power' is addictive and lots of people in minor positions of power are suddenly invested with heaps of control, over other humans and absolutely love it. A year of covid and it doesn't surprise me at all this sort of stuff and I expect it will be very hard to give it up.
Sturgeon for one, will try to keep covid going for years as its giving her a platform every day.