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They'll give you the pill(s) through the family planning clinic, which is suitable up to a certain time I think. Prior to the law change this was not an option here. If you need a surgical abortion you would need to travel.

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8 hours ago, Banker said:

It’s similar pattern to what Guernsey experienced, think they got upto 400+ but then it went steadily downwards so hopefully ours will be the same.

They need to get some schools open for essential workers otherwise lots of things will grind to a halt 

Guernsey recorded 569 active cases in this outbreak and one death. We are heading for something similar.

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3 hours ago, Republican said:

The cases have gone up quite a bit, for an island that managed to avoid many of the problems seen in the UK, and over in Ireland. And many other places.

People need to stop pricing about cases.

Comparing cases to anywhere else is pointless.  Comamparing cases to last year is pointless. Totally different testing regimes.

Last spring we had loads of uundetected positives in people who weren't tested.

6-12 of December at their highest uk tested 576,300 people (1 in 90)

We are tested far more than that so will find lots of cases that to be truthful don't need finding if people justs stay at home

Casesare a completely pointless fivure  unless the whole island is tested daily and you are comparing to another jurisdiction that has done the same.

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7 hours ago, snowman said:

Why is it amazing?

 

Well firstly it was a private members bill that he managed to get through which has been rarely done and secondly given the number of religious rednecks who live here it managed to happen. 

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So the rumour about people not being able to get through on 111 to book vaccine appointments, only to be then told not to use it for a few days by HQ & DA. 

So the rumour about people in the most vulnerable group not receiving letters, so are missing from the vaccine list, only to find out GP's are now manually going over their lists to find them.

Seems a rumour might just be an inconvenient* truth sometimes.

*for some at least

 

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9 minutes ago, thommo2010 said:

I wonder when daily cases will stop being reported both here and in the uk.

When it's over - late 2022 is my best guess.

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7 minutes ago, CallMeCurious said:

They really could quit the total tests number totally meaningless a year into it. 

Total test numbers is pointless I certainly don’t care how many cases we’ve had since this all began. It confuses matters. Just have it up on the website for people to google if they so wish. 

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6 minutes ago, Manxtoffee said:

Total test numbers is pointless I certainly don’t care how many cases we’ve had since this all began. It confuses matters. Just have it up on the website for people to google if they so wish. 

The doom surfers have to get their fix though so they can then post crap and spread panic to others all over social media about numbers of tests and infections rising etc etc like it means anything. Still nobody has died and 2 in hospital probably because they’re elderly or have underlying conditions. 

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10 minutes ago, CowMan said:

The doom surfers have to get their fix though so they can then post crap and spread panic to others all over social media about numbers of tests and infections rising etc etc like it means anything. Still nobody has died and 2 in hospital probably because they’re elderly or have underlying conditions. 

5 in hospital.

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29 minutes ago, CowMan said:

''There’s five in hospital still all likely to be elderly or with underlying conditions.''

So that is absolutely fine and ok then. In YOUR way of thinking. 

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