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    Just as a bulletproof vest doesn't stop you getting shot, a vaccine cannot stop you being infected. Both can lead to a far less serious outcome. Without knowing her background I can only say that generally speaking the risk to her from covid is far greater than the risk from the vaccines, I only hope that she doesn't find that out the hard way.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Sid James, he was great.
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    It's horrible isn't it. Glad it appears to be making some difference.
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    No they don't, as I've pointed out. This is just conspiracy bollocks without anything to back it up. Shame on you.
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    I'm struggling to understand why you dropped this in here, this is a covid thread. - This is a multi-year contract for a common drug-type. - Anticoagulants are used for stroke, heart and other uses. There are a range of drugs classified as aniticoagulents. Drugs prescribed to high-risk stroke patients are costing the NHS hundreds of millions each year – but they are so effective, the service is actually saving money. Analysis of stroke data showed that the cost to NHS England of prescribing direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) increased by £733m from 2011 to 2017, but resulted in a substantial 11% reduction in stroke cases. This reduction in the number of strokes, and the related expenses, means the cost of treating a patient in the first year after a stroke has dropped by 25%. https://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/4700/effective_stroke_drugs_are_saving_the_nhs_millions https://research-portal.uea.ac.uk/en/publications/clinical-and-budget-impacts-of-changes-in-oral-anticoagulation-pr
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Ask any wife if that’s innocuous.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Former England ace Wayne Rooney has claimed he was 'set up' and has complained to Greater Manchester Police after social media was flooded with images of him getting close to a woman in a nightclub and asleep in a hotel room while two half-naked women took photos around him. Photos on social media appear to show the married Derby manager, 35, with his arms around the waist of an unknown woman while out at a nightclub in Manchester. Other images appear to show Rooney asleep in a hotel room with at least two half-naked women. MailOnline understands the images were taken last night, on the first weekend that nightclubs in England were allowed to open in more than 15 months due to lockdown restrictions imposed during the pandemic. There is no suggestion of any wrongdoing on Rooney's part. It is understood that Greater Manchester Police have launched an investigation after Rooney's lawyers made a complaint. Though his legal team would not confirm what complaint was made, it is understood that the former England star fears he has been 'set up'.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    You could just see the premier league deducting point from them from last season to hand Utd the title. Naaah, nothing will get done.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    And this is why he was always safe with the grannies, they don't know how to work those new fangled phones and he could always sneak out during countdown. I hope he's double jabbed.
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    Covid / Footy

    Looks increasingly likely that you will need two jabs in order to enter footy grounds next season. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/premier-league-covid-vaccine-both-b1889979.html Coronavirus vaccine passports are to be introduced at football matches from October – potentially putting hundreds of thousands of Premier League fans at risk of being refused entry to stadiums, reports suggest. Ministers are thought to be in the process of finalising plans to make double vaccination status a mandatory requirement for supporters attending matches, according to both the Daily Telegraph and the Mirror, as part of the drive to keep the country moving in the run-up to Christmas. The move will allegedly extend to the autumn rugby internationals, major concerts, and spectator events of 20,000 or more in what is considered the latest step in Boris Johnson’s plan to encourage all adults in the UK to get both doses of a vaccine. Earlier this week, it was announced that by the end of September the passports will be compulsory for crowded venues in England – including nightclubs. All 92 professional football clubs in England are set to be affected by the incoming policy, sparking financial concerns for lower-league teams who rely on matchday cash to make a profit.
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    Man City - the new bitters?

    Wonder if Gary Neville has a view of this? Will Tyler ramble on about this at every opportunity? No, don’t hold your breath. Nothing will happen and the cheats will continue to be loved by the greedy bastards in football, and the bitters.
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    Bum masks next probably. “Hey, you can’t come in here without a bum mask mate” maybe that England fan with a flare up his arse was trying to warn us. How quick we are to misjudge people. I’m sure I read that they’ve been testing sewerage plants for levels of COVID for quite a while now.
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    Australia is on our green list apparently
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    Well my son went back to work on Monday after his 10 day isolation, my daughter back to work on Friday after having had Covid and doing her 10 day isolation. Five minutes ago in Tesco my son gets another ping, so another week working from home for him. Crazy.