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4 minutes ago, Manx Yeller said:

Hmm, so I guess the question would be, can you be tested on day 4 and test negative as you are in the incubation period, then between days 4 and 13, pass it on to someone in your household before beating it and so testing negative on day 13. I'm no expert but this seems similar to the key workers in 1886 and if it is possible, then we are back to relying on sheer luck.

That's why the vaccines should be in people's arms right now.

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42 minutes ago, Happier diner said:

That's an idea. We could arrange them all in a line like a train. In one end and out the other. Save the need for all that studwork and plaster board. The whole train could drive around the island slowly, scooping up vaccinees as it goes and spit them put the back. All done.:sorcerer:

Ditto the flumes!

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33 minutes ago, quilp said:

Ashford sounds like he's got his mask on. Dreadful sound quality. 

You'd think that as it's such a serious topic the Nation's Station would've suspended the distraction of the advertising for an hour or so. And given the technology they have up there they'd have sorted out a clearer feed from Ashford. 

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2 minutes ago, Annoymouse said:

So are the vaccines being done in alphabetical order or age order? unfortunately I missed the answer.

Age groups and something to do with 'health service number' order within each group. He said not alphabetical. My mother is a late alphabet surname and she's not had anything yet. Perhaps the 'health service number' is alphabetical......

 

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4 minutes ago, madmanxpilot said:

Age groups and something to do with 'health service number' order within each group. He said not alphabetical. My mother is a late alphabet surname and she's not had anything yet. Perhaps the 'health service number' is alphabetical......

 

Ok thank you, sounds a bit of a complicated mess, we need to be certain that those who need it first are getting it first. You could hear the anxiety in the 85 year olds voice who reeled off his list of health problems.

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