Jump to content

ricardo

Members
  • Content Count

    23,173
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    65

Everything posted by ricardo

  1. Perhaps 1p5wich supporters planning away trips in the lower leagues.
  2. Cases peak and fall in different areas at different times. This chart is a bit of a dogs breakfast but shows what is happening.
  3. There is a fair amount of complacency about now, going by my shopping trip this morning. Much busier in the city than of late. M&S mask wearing about 80%. Those not wearing them were mostly young and mostly women. I can't think of an obvious explanation for this.
  4. Surely not. A testament to your powers of concealment. I'm sure nobody would ever have guessed.
  5. Its not a regional variation. The NHS site still says wait to be contacted. Except If your second jab was more than 6 months and 1 week ago then you can try to book.
  6. Sounds like jumping the queue. The NHS website specifically stated, wait until you are contacted for the booster. As for my GP surgery, they still havent contacted me about the flu jab. I contacted them in September and was told they didnt have any. I therefore booked at Boots Pharmacy and earliest appointment was over 4 weeks. We are booked in for Nov 3rd. GP surgery service not what it should be IMO.
  7. Perhaps they will glue themselves to the floor.
  8. Unfortunately you can't make an appointment for a booster until you are told by the NHS that it is your turn.
  9. Must have copied it from the Labour Party Conference.
  10. National 52,009 - 115 rate of increase of 17.9% over 7 days, slowly climbing again its murder Thursday. Local Norwich rate 456.5 up 44.9% (7 days) a big rise locally continies. patients in N&N 12-10-2021 29 11-10-2021 31 10-10-2021 22 09-10-2021 19 08-10-2021 17 Vax (no info available on 3rd or booster doses yet but quite a large queue for Walk in Centre when I went this morning) 1st Dose 49,080 86.2% done Norwich numbers 74.9% 2nd Dose 26,365 79% done 68.4% In Hospital (continuing to edge up) 20-10-2021 8,142 19-10-2021 7,919 18-10-2021 7,779 17-10-2021 7,414 16-10-2021 7,149 15-10-2021 7,126 14-10-2021 7,121 13-10-2021 7,069
  11. Quite a few yesterday when I went. An hour and ten minutes in and out. Mind you, it was mid morning and it built up pretty quickly.
  12. Mrs R got her invitation to have third booster jab yesterday, exactly six months after second jab. Have booked for first thing Monday at Walk In Centre,, no problems.
  13. Perhaps the JCVI shouldn't have wasted the entire summer debating whether schoolchildren should or should not be given a jab while other countries got staright on with it.
  14. Its not the under 16's who are in hospital or dying, its the higher age groups and mostly unvaccinated.
  15. You must have very wide roads down your way KG.
  16. 5 million people have still made no move to be vaccinated. This is the nub of the problem.
  17. The biggest fcuk up was the JCVI delaying the decision to allow kids to be vaccinated in the first place. The government had to do some arm twisting.
  18. My Great Grandson (13 yrs) had his jab today so they seem to be moving locally.
  19. National 49,139 - 179 rate of increase of 17.2% over 7 days, slowly climbing again Local Norwich rate 433.3 up 43.2% (7 days) a big rise locally continies. patients in N&N 12-10-2021 29 11-10-2021 31 10-10-2021 22 09-10-2021 19 08-10-2021 17 Vax (no info available on 3rd or booster doses yet but quite a large queue for Walk in Centre when I went this morning) 1st Dose 42,902 86.1% done Norwich numbers 74.8% 2nd Dose 32,767 79% done 68.3% In Hospital (continuing to edge up) 19-10-2021 7,891 18-10-2021 7,767 17-10-2021 7,407 16-10-2021 7,142 15-10-2021 7,120 14-10-2021 7,115 13-10-2021 7,065 12-10-2021 7,057
  20. With Non Hodgkins Lymphoma my Lymph nodes are up and down anyway. Thankfully mine are still in remission (touch wood)
  21. Had my third primary jab this morning, it is not the same as booster jab. See explanation below. What is the difference between this third dose and a booster dose? This vaccination is being called a ‘third dose’ as it is being recommended as part of your primary COVID-19 vaccination. The first two doses of the vaccine also make up your primary vaccination. This third dose is only being offered to people who are less likely to have had a strong immune response to the first two doses. The booster programme is separate from the third dose. The booster vaccine dose is being offered to people in certain groups from September. The JCVI will review whether people who have had a third dose as part of their primary vaccination need a further booster vaccine, at a later date By the sound of the final sentence it is possible people in my group might get a fourth jab.
  22. National 43,738 - 223 rate of increase of 16.1% over 7 days, slowly climbing again Local Norwich rate 402.3 up 52.1% (7 days) a big rise locally. patients in N&N 12-10-2021 29 11-10-2021 31 10-10-2021 22 09-10-2021 19 08-10-2021 17 Vax ( vax percentages have been recalibrated to include 12-16 yr olds) 1st Dose 39,672 86% done Norwich numbers 74.8% 2nd Dose 23,579 78.9% done 68.3% In Hospital 18-10-2021 7,749 17-10-2021 7,398 16-10-2021 7,136 15-10-2021 7,114 14-10-2021 7,110 13-10-2021 7,061 12-10-2021 7,056 11-10-2021 7,039
  23. I had a letter from NHS today re third Primary dose of Covid vaccine for those with severe Immunosuppresion. (ie me). The letter says this is " the third of a primary vaccination schedule of three doses and is different to the booster vaccination roll out to the wider population" Apparently I can just go straight to a walk in centre without a prior appointment. I shall head off first thing tomorrow
×
×
  • Create New...