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    After the concerns of a week ago, the case numbers in the UK have dropped sharply but unfortunately deaths are the highest they have been since March. One theory is that the recent increase was...
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    Re: New, but not new

    Welcome. Isn't it great when you randomly come across someone with similar tastes in music?

    My "go to" when I can't sleep is "After Hours". I know the first few tracks so much better than the...
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    It's supposed to be "Freedom Day" in England but it feels more like it did back in March 202 when we were wondering why we weren't already in lockdown. Cases are increasing rapidly and that includes...
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    We're being told that Pfizer is around 95% and AstraZeneca around 92% effective at preventing hospitalisation from the Delta variant. Because most of the older population are fully vaccinated, the...
  5. Re: Discussion about Felder's contributions in the Eagles

    With Already Gone, the story was that it was recorded without Felder but after he was invited to join, he recorded the additional guitar part.
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    Re: What's Happening In Your Life?

    Austin, what a rough time. At least you now know the cause of your foot problem and you have a plan. Losing a friend and your dog is hard. You are coping and if you need to vent from time to time,...
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    I prefer to think of it as a World Health issue with lots of interesting science. I hope for competent government that will make good decisions based on good science but I accept they will make...
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    I'm so pleased to hear that the situation is improving in Ireland. Selecting by age is such a pragmatic approach and seems far simpler, more effective and less divisive than selecting by other...
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    Kim, I hope your infection clears up soon. It's shocking that a tooth infection has done all this damage to you. You've worked so hard to get your education that I'm sure you will get though (and it...
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    Hopefully, people in the US will look at the rest of the world and will see vaccines working. I read that Israel recorded its first day in 10 months with no deaths.

    In the UK, the relatively low...
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    I think the delayed second dose was the right approach for the UK at the time. Infection rates, hospitalisations and deaths were very high in January and the aim was to give protection to the...
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    We don't all have a choice other than vaccine or no vaccine. The AstraZeneca Vaccine has two doses but in the UK the decision was made to delay the second dose so that more people could get their...
  13. Re: “The Last Days of Glenn Frey: Heartache Tonight” on HLN Sunday, April 4th

    I don't want to know too much about his death. There's something very disturbing about the idea of being put into an induced coma and then never waking up. In the last year, I've seen too many...
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    The message we are being given is although some vaccines are more effective at preventing symptomatic Covid,they are all effective at preventing serious disease and death, A study in Scotland, showed...
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    My sister and brother-in-law were vaccinated in Toronto last weekend. You may remember that South Africa received a delivery of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine from the Serum Institute of India but...
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    I had my first shot of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine yesterday. I didn't feel the needle go in and I had a niggling doubt that it hadn't happened so It's reassuring to have a slightly tender spot on...
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    In theory, I'm not bothered about needles but it seems that every news item shows a needle going into someone's arm and I'm starting to wince!
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    I became eligible for a vaccine from today and have booked the first appointment for next week at a site just 1.4 miles from home. This is about three weeks earlier than I expected. I'm fairly sure...
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    That's great news and within a few weeks you should have quite a high level of immunity even before the second dose.
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    I'm with you there. We should all be taking what precautions we can and accept a vaccine as soon as we can.

    Talking of which, my US brother was vaccinated yesterday. As he's the oldest and has...
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    It's good to hear of someone recovering well despite being vulnerable. It's a reminder that even in the most vulnerable groups, most people do recover.
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    Austin, I hope your grandad is doing well. I think of him every time I see this thread.

    I'm quite excited about vaccinations at the moment. I have been moved back in the queue (studies have shown...
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    I hope your grandfather is recovering, Austin. It must be scary for your family.

    I've been talking with my brother in German and sister in Canada and they have both decided to be "chill" about the...
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    Re: Remembering Glenn Frey

    I am rereading this thread and find it both comforting and inspiring. I am thankful for the many people who put so much time and effort into curating the stories and the forethought to copy the text...
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    We have been back in lockdown since Tuesday. I'm glad because last weekend, I realised I was becoming anxious again. I could see the trends of infections, hospital admissions and deaths and so far...
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