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Still waiting on my jab. I can't wait to get back to gigs (and exhibitions and magazine launches) but having COPD still nervous about being stuck in the middle of hundreds of sweaty people. Personally I blame Kent for everything. :wink:
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Got my jab this morning .
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I've got an appointment for my first vaccine on Saturday morning :D
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Quiff Boy wrote:
04 Mar 2021, 00:45
I've got an appointment for my first vaccine on Saturday morning :D
Me too, and my wife a week later. Did not expect to get an appointment today (last time I tried the DC vaccine website crashed after 3 whole minutes). My father in Texas is getting his second dose this afternoon.
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Tighter restrictions coming here with around 200 dead/ day & infection rate spiking again
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Non essential businesses and schools shutting from Monday
So my quote for decorating a house is probably a total waste of time as I might not be able to go & buy all the paint & stuff I need. :evil:
Frankly getting a bit sick of this.
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I fear the same here as pubs reopen before the majority of the 20-50yr olds have their jabs. Surely there was a lesson to be learned from last summer.
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Don't forget which government you're talking about here. Learning lessons? Evidence-based policy? Riiiight.
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Having my first jab on Wednesday.
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