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Yes, I would. I have asthma but am otherwise well.

Barry, I think, if it is offered, you should go for it. You tick a several of the "at risk" boxes.

I hadn't realised, Bill, that it was not available in mainland Europe.
WHAT? Is it the music sounds he makes that’s the issue ?
Can’t see any vaccine changing that outcome.

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I wonder how many people responded to the Government's Covid Consultation Document.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consul...id-19-vaccines

Here is one paragraph regarding the medicine itself which may interest you:

What regulation 345 does, therefore, is transpose into UK law a requirement of EU law that key actors in the medicines supply chain cannot generally be sued in the civil courts for the consequences resulting from the use of an unlicensed product, or a new use of a licensed product, that a national licensing authority is recommending in order to deal with certain specific health threats.

And one about who might give you the jab:

It will also be apparent in what we say about workforce expansion that someone other than a registered healthcare professional may actually be administering unlicensed vaccines – and as a basic issue of fairness, we think they should benefit from the same immunity from civil liability as a registered healthcare professional who is performing the same role, if the person who is not a healthcare professional is following one of the proposed new protocols.

IF you didn't participate please don't waste your time reading it too thoroughly:

The consultation period will run until the end of Friday 18 September 2020.

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I wonder how many people responded to the Government's Covid Consultation Document.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consul...id-19-vaccines

Here is one paragraph regarding the medicine itself which may interest you:

What regulation 345 does, therefore, is transpose into UK law a requirement of EU law that key actors in the medicines supply chain cannot generally be sued in the civil courts for the consequences resulting from the use of an unlicensed product, or a new use of a licensed product, that a national licensing authority is recommending in order to deal with certain specific health threats.

And one about who might give you the jab:

It will also be apparent in what we say about workforce expansion that someone other than a registered healthcare professional may actually be administering unlicensed vaccines – and as a basic issue of fairness, we think they should benefit from the same immunity from civil liability as a registered healthcare professional who is performing the same role, if the person who is not a healthcare professional is following one of the proposed new protocols.

IF you didn't participate please don't waste your time reading it too thoroughly:

The consultation period will run until the end of Friday 18 September 2020.

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I'm not worried about that (do we still have to abide by EU rules during the transition period?)

I remember thalidomide and the fight which parents had to make in order to get support for their children (one colleague only had arm buds: I was very impressed by the way that he marked books using just a pen in his mouth).

I WILL be having the jab. However, I will also be thinking about how successful they have been in organising PPE and how good the training has been for T&T staff.

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I guess you have to trust the team that developed the vaccine who seem incredible as do the Oxford team. However, the lowest common denominator in the chain from development to it ending up in your arm is the government. I would liken it to purchasing a really expensive laptop then relying on My Hermes to deliver it. Ill still be taking it though if offered.
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Yes, I'd have it, but given that we don't know how good the protection would be, or how long it will last, I think I'd still be very cautious for a while. I could end up still pretty much isolating, which might seem a bit of a waste of a good vaccine.

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I would also although i am not looking forward to it having a phobia of needles. Slightly concerned also that whenever there are clips of people receiving the shots they seem to pump a serious amount of it into your arm.
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Yes, I'll be saying yes when I get the chance. Tho as Chris says, I'll probably be keeping myself apart for a while anyway.

I was saying to my sister today that I seem to have lost a shed-load of confidence since this thing began. Fingers crossed I can get it back.
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