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Coronavirus cases confirmed in the UK

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stevewinn

UK to donate, DONATE surplus vaccine to poorer countries.

 

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Eldorado

10,406 new cases and 445 new deaths

People vaccinated up to and including 19 February 2021

First dose: 17,247,442

Second dose: 604,885

gov.uk

Prince Charles visits daddy in hospital

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stevewinn

British Isles. Vaccinated.

  • 26.73% England - United Kingdom.
  • 26.47% Scotland - United Kingdom.
  • 28.1% Wales - United Kingdom.
  • 25.01% Northern Ireland - United Kingdom.
  • 6.3% Rep Ireland - EU.

 

United Kingdom

  • People tested positive. Down -19.2%
  • Deaths Down -28.2%
  • Patients Admitted to Hospital Down -22.1%

Cases by Date.

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Eldorado

A delivery driver who was sacked for refusing to wear a face mask inside his cab during the pandemic was dismissed fairly, a judge has ruled.

Deimantas Kubilius, who was based at Kent Foods’ Basildon site, was dismissed following the incident in May last year.

He has now lost a subsequent legal battle against the dismissal.

echo-news

Delivery driver is sacked for refusing to wear a mask inside his own lorry.

UK Mail

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ouija ouija
28 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

A delivery driver who was sacked for refusing to wear a face mask inside his cab during the pandemic was dismissed fairly, a judge has ruled.

Deimantas Kubilius, who was based at Kent Foods’ Basildon site, was dismissed following the incident in May last year.

He has now lost a subsequent legal battle against the dismissal.

echo-news

Delivery driver is sacked for refusing to wear a mask inside his own lorry.

UK Mail

I guess that's fair enough. If you have a mask on, any covid particles you cough or sneeze out are trapped within it. Without the mask there is still the possibility of the driver spreading covid onto, say, the steering wheel, then onto his hands and then once out of the cab he could be spreading it anywhere.

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Setton
2 hours ago, stevewinn said:

British Isles. Vaccinated.

  • 26.73% England - United Kingdom.
  • 26.47% Scotland - United Kingdom.
  • 28.1% Wales - United Kingdom.
  • 25.01% Northern Ireland - United Kingdom.
  • 6.3% Rep Ireland - EU.

First dose, not vaccinated.

Don't get me wrong, it's great but we wouldn't want anyone thinking they're perfectly safe after just one dose.

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Eldorado

9,834 new cases and 215 new deaths

Coronavirus Cases: 4,115,509
Deaths: 120,580

worldometers

The Orthodox Jewish community in Stamford Hill has been hit by one of the highest reported rates of Covid-19 “in the world to date”, according to research.

Across the UK the proportion of people who have tested positive for Covid-19 stands at seven per cent.

However among the 15,000 people in Stamford Hill’s Jewish community it is 75 per cent for working age adults, according to a report by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Evening Standard

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Eldorado

The former publican and neighbour of Matt Hancock who secured lucrative work producing millions of vials for NHS Covid tests is under investigation by the UK’s medical regulator, the Guardian can reveal.

Alex Bourne, who used to run the c*** Inn near the health secretary’s old constituency home in Thurlow, won about £30m of work producing the test tubes despite having no prior experience in the medical devices industry.

MSN

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stevewinn

Covid vaccines - 'spectacular' impact on serious illness

The first results of the UK vaccination programme suggests it is having a "spectacular" impact on preventing serious illness.

Research led by Public Health Scotland found at four weeks after the first dose, hospital admissions were reduced by 85% and 94% for the Pfizer and AstraZeneca jabs respectively.

It is the first sign of the real world impact of vaccination in the UK.

Figures for England are expected to be released later.

Among the over 80s, there was an overall 81% reduction in the numbers admitted to hospital.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-56153600

The British Government right to go down the single jab route with a 9 to 11 week gap. 

What on earth where the French and Germans going on about very dangerous misinformation. 

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Eldorado

10,641 new cases and 178 new deaths

Estimated R number: 0.6 to 0.9 with a daily infection growth rate range of -6% to -3% as of 19 February 2021

People vaccinated up to and including 21 February 2021

First dose: 17,723,840

Second dose: 624,325

Gov UK

Almost all restrictions could be lifted by June 21, PM announces

ITV news

Hugs may be allowed from May

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acute
On 2/21/2021 at 5:52 PM, Eldorado said:

Alex Bourne, who used to run the c*** Inn

I'll be rather shocked if that pub isn't called The Côck Inn. :unsure2:

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diddyman68

It would be funny if it was called the cl*t inn.

I'd dine there.

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acute
8 minutes ago, diddyman68 said:

It would be funny if it was called the cl*t inn.

I'd dine there.

There's no way I could eat a meal in a pub called The Clot.

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4 minutes ago, acute said:

There's no way I could eat a meal in a pub called The Clot.

Well id be wary of dining in the c*ck inn.

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acute
3 minutes ago, diddyman68 said:

Well id be wary of dining in the c*ck inn.

I agree.  "Cack" doesn't sound very appetising. :yes:

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diddyman68
2 minutes ago, acute said:

I agree.  "Cack" doesn't sound very appetising. :yes:

And the cooo sounds a bit camp.

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diddyman68

Sorry for derailing the thread with innuendo,but in my defence i am very easily lead.

Normal service will resume.

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Eldorado

Travel firms say there has been a surge in overseas holiday bookings following the Prime Minister's announcement of the road map out of lockdown.

Despite question marks over the return of international travel, the UK's biggest holiday operator, Tui, said bookings jumped 500% overnight.

The government said a decision on easing international travel would not happen until mid-May at the earliest.

But Tui said its bookings for July-onwards had soared.

BBC report

The number of people dying weekly in England and Wales has dropped by almost 2,000, provisional figures from the Office for National Statistics show. 

Data revealed by the ONS shows 15,354 people died across the two nations in the week ending 12 February.

This was 1,838 fewer deaths than the previous week - but still, 3,429 (28%) higher than the five-year average for that week.

Sky news report

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Eldorado

8,489 new cases and 548 new deaths

WorldOmeters

Matt Hancock accused of 'barefaced lie' after denying national outage of PPE

Matt Hancock was accused of a "barefaced lie" after he insisted there was “no national outage” of personal protective equipment (PPE) for NHS staff during the first wave of the Covid pandemic.

The health secretary spoke days after the High Court ruled the government unlawfully failed to publish details of billions of pounds’ worth of coronavirus-related contracts.

ITV news

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stevewinn
20 hours ago, Eldorado said:

8,489 new cases and 548 new deaths

WorldOmeters

Matt Hancock accused of 'barefaced lie' after denying national outage of PPE

Matt Hancock was accused of a "barefaced lie" after he insisted there was “no national outage” of personal protective equipment (PPE) for NHS staff during the first wave of the Covid pandemic.

The health secretary spoke days after the High Court ruled the government unlawfully failed to publish details of billions of pounds’ worth of coronavirus-related contracts.

ITV news

Govt done outstanding job, when govt moves so quick mistakes will happen. lets not forget the govt dont run the NHS, well paid managers do, who went missing in action. the Logistics fell on its ****, and the military had to step in. as for PPE, it turned out a lot of PPE was being hoarded by NHS trusts. a simple mistake as Hospitals moved to enure they had enough but in the process denying others the chance to restock.

 

 

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Eldorado

Michael Gove to lead review into possible use of vaccine passports

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has acknowledged the ‘deep and complex issues’ surrounding the introduction of immunity certificates.

belfast telegraph

A fall in the number of Britons being vaccinated against COVID-19 each day is down to "supply fluctuations", England's deputy chief medical officer has told Sky News.

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said it "will take a few months" before vaccine manufacturers are able to produce doses in a "steady routine", adding that "global supply restraints" have also hampered the UK's vaccine rollout.

Sky news

Every day an ambulance staff member is assaulted in London.

The risk of violence is so great that the city is the only ambulance service in the country that routinely gives its staff stab vests to protect them.

BBC

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Eldorado

9,938 new cases and 442 new deaths

Coronavirus Cases:
4,144,577
Deaths:
121,747

worldometers

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Nuclear Wessel
On 2/22/2021 at 4:43 PM, diddyman68 said:

Well id be wary of dining in the c*ck inn.

Cuck?

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and then
On 6/26/2020 at 2:12 AM, Essan said:

Quite frankly, most of those visiting the beaches - and countryside in general - don't deserve to be let out of their home.  Ever.   They are not animals, because all animals - except homo sapiens sapiens - are much, much, much cleaner.   

Wow... tell us how you REALLY feel...

This ^ from a guy with the sig - Be Nice. It costs nothing, but it might just save the world ..

Sheesh... 

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Eldorado

9,985 new cases and 323 new deaths

People vaccinated up to and including 24 February 2021

First dose: 18,691,835

Second dose: 700,718

Estimated R number: 0.6 to 0.9

gov.uk

UK alert level downgraded as threat of NHS being overwhelmed recedes

The number of hospital patients are declining and pressure on the NHS has reduced, the UK's chief medical officers said.

news.sky

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