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6 minutes ago, Dave Hedgehog said:

Shame they didn't close as they were advised to really.

The bigger issue is that places were not told to close. A few weeks ago.

The Chinese have got the right approach.

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1 minute ago, Gladys said:

I missed the two bits of fake news on social media that were derided by Donald Quayle or Howard Trump today.  What were they?

I think he was trying to convince us that Government are beyond reproach. The vaccine that was dumped was not what it seemed. Strange because Dr Ashie was quite adamant that 15 people failed to turn up which states the opposite of what Herr Quayle said

 

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3 minutes ago, Gladys said:

I missed the two bits of fake news on social media that were derided by Donald Quayle or Howard Trump today.  What were they?

Well I’ve got one. The fake news that 15 vaccines were unable to be used represented a real breakdown in the vaccination process.

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1 minute ago, The Voice of Reason said:

Well I’ve got one. The fake news that 15 vaccines were unable to be used represented a real breakdown in the vaccination process.

Did someone seriously suggest that represented a "breakdown in the vaccination process"?

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1 hour ago, Albert Tatlock said:

Yes. As with any accident it's likely avoidable with hindsight. Realistically it was only a matter of time.

But nobody set out to do this deliberately...and we should also remember to look after the mental health of all the people involved in this unfortunate chain of events, howsoever caused.

 

I have to agree with you there, I don’t think there’s any individual it wholly lies with. Whilst we knock the failings of the system, there are a lot of people working incredibly hard to do their best under the circumstances. 

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 The vaccine waste story seems another red herring. 15 is no big deal. Seemed like a planted social media outrage with planned retort from howie  to me. Lets hooper seem like a bit maverick whilst really effecting nothing. There were far more important things he could have asked. 

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15 minutes ago, pongo said:

The bigger issue is that places were not told to close. A few weeks ago.

The Chinese have got the right approach.

Soy sauce with everything?

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1 minute ago, the stinking enigma said:

 The vaccine waste story seems another red herring. 15 is no big deal. Seemed like a planted social media outrage with planned retort from howie  to me. Lets hooper seem like a bit maverick whilst really effecting nothing. There were far more important things he could have asked. 

That's an unusual twist. I genuinely doubt they are that arch.

And therefore if people really are getting upset about 15 wasted vaccinations then it's probably genuine huff and puff.

1 minute ago, TheTeapot said:

Josem the Wise.

Right. 

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27 minutes ago, pongo said:

What do you propose? The anonymous and voluntary tracking idea you have previously suggested would not achieve that either.

Actually something much simpler.

Dream Bird and Little Fish have been - for many months - collecting name and number for a person in each party visiting.

If Gov had a system that recorded this straight in to a central database accessible by 111 showing who was in the venue at a given time..  we'd squash these so much quicker.

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1 minute ago, jaymann said:

Actually something much simpler.

Dream Bird and Little Fish have been - for many months - collecting name and number for a person in each party visiting.

If Gov had a system that recorded this straight in to a central database accessible by 111 showing who was in the venue at a given time..  we'd squash these so much quicker.

Fair enough. Would you do that in every shop and every home etc?

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8 minutes ago, the stinking enigma said:

 The vaccine waste story seems another red herring. 15 is no big deal. Seemed like a planted social media outrage with planned retort from howie  to me. Lets hooper seem like a bit maverick whilst really effecting nothing. There were far more important things he could have asked. 

Well observed.

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