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    2 days before instructing the nation to "stop non-essential contact with others and stop all non-essential travel" that BoJo hosted his fiancee Carrie Symond's baby shower at Chequers.

    2 days before reducing to six the number of people who could gather together that BoJo held his baby Wilfred's christening for a "small number of family and close friends"

    The decision maker....

    Private Eye No. 1531 page 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by litebulbs View Post
    2 days before instructing the nation to "stop non-essential contact with others and stop all non-essential travel" that BoJo hosted his fiancee Carrie Symond's baby shower at Chequers.

    2 days before reducing to six the number of people who could gather together that BoJo held his baby Wilfred's christening for a "small number of family and close friends"

    The decision maker....

    Private Eye No. 1531 page 5
    Remember, Boris has had it. I wish people would remember that. I wish he would remember it as well.
    Alonso Hater

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    more doom and gloom nonfactual, ideological nonsense. Boris is still in the tory party and still prime minister. He is taking us out of the eu. Looks like you just lost that one 3-0.

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    Santé Publique France, the French public health authority, tallied a record 16,096 new infections in the previous 24 hours on Thursday evening.
    The UK has reported 6,874 new cases of COVID-19 – a rise of 240 from Thursday.

    Well done Boris keep it up.

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    Oh, the curves......

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    BBC News: Tuesday 02 December 2020
    Covid vaccine: PM hails Pfizer jab but warns it is 'not game over'

    People should not get "carried away with over optimism" after the UK approved its first coronavirus vaccine, Boris Johnson has warned.

    The PM said it did not mean "our struggle is over", saying parts of the economy still faced tough restrictions.

    England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam urged patience over the rollout of the Pfizer/BioNTech jab, which begins early next week.

    But care home residents will have to wait due to logistical challenges.

    And it could take until April for all those most at-risk to receive the new vaccine, according to the head of NHS England.

    Speaking at a Downing Street news conference, Mr Johnson said the decision to approve the Pfizer jab by regulator MHRA came amid "immense logistical challenges" in getting doses to vulnerable groups.

    The vaccine needs to be stored at around -70C and comes in packs of 975 doses, which cannot yet be split into smaller batches.

    Those who receive it will need a a second dose 21 days later to receive full protection.

    "It's going to continue to be tough for some sectors - but until the vaccine is deployed our plan relies on all of us making sacrifices to protect the ones we love," Mr Johnson said.

    Meanwhile, Labour's leader Sir Keir Starmer said the vaccine roll-out would require the "best of Britain" as he called for cross-party consensus on communications about the effort.
    Read More at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55166292

    NS Comment: Not yet Uhuru. UK approval authority MHRA stole the match over USA and Germany whose companies Pfizer/BioNTech actually developed this vaccine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Smoking View Post
    BBC News: Tuesday 02 December 2020
    Covid vaccine: PM hails Pfizer jab but warns it is 'not game over'



    Read More at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55166292

    NS Comment: Not yet Uhuru. UK approval authority MHRA stole the match over USA and Germany whose companies Pfizer/BioNTech actually developed this vaccine.
    Whom developed the vaccine? Not Boris. The Oxford Astrazenica one is way more important. The MHRA said it wasn't a race. They better pass the important one, the one that is the real game changer.
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