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Old 22 Jun 21, 10:57 AM  
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Some positive news

Reports are that 80% in England now have antibodies.
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Old 22 Jun 21, 11:12 AM  
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Great to hear and thank you for the positive thread

Iíve also heard from friends in the NHS that a huge number of people have been booking their jabs since it opened up for all adults 18+
Onwards and upwards!
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Old 22 Jun 21, 11:15 AM  
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Reports are that 80% in England now have antibodies.
Of adults, not the population.

It's good news but needs to be in context.
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Old 22 Jun 21, 11:20 AM  
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It also happened a month ago.
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Old 22 Jun 21, 11:21 AM  
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Of adults, not the population.

It's good news but needs to be in context.
Sure, but as far as I am aware we are never going to vaccinate babies, so why measure including them? It would make the best success we could possibly achieve look like failure.

As I understand it they remain ultra low in terms of personal risk and are less likely to be spreaders than adults too.
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Old 22 Jun 21, 11:24 AM  
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Originally Posted by 400ixl View Post
Of adults, not the population.

It's good news but needs to be in context.
Could only be adults as children are not vaccinated.
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Old 22 Jun 21, 11:29 AM  
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Originally Posted by linnite View Post
As I understand it they remain ultra low in terms of personal risk and are less likely to be spreaders than adults too.
It's important context to stop the we have reached herd immunity which keeps getting banded around which is not true when it doesn't cross all demographics.

Children are a problem when it comes to spreading, especially with the Delta variant.

Whilst it is true that the younger ages show less visible signs, it is being seen that they are suffering organ damage from the virus which could be a huge problem for them in the future.
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This was suppose to be a positive thread.
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Originally Posted by 400ixl View Post
It's important context to stop the we have reached herd immunity which keeps getting banded around which is not true when it doesn't cross all demographics.

Children are a problem when it comes to spreading, especially with the Delta variant.

Whilst it is true that the younger ages show less visible signs, it is being seen that they are suffering organ damage from the virus which could be a huge problem for them in the future.
Sadly I think young children are far more likely to suffer long term mental problems from living in this state of fear and restrictions than COVID now. I am very very worried about how young children will be going forward in terms of socialising and not being scared etc.
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Whilst it is true that the younger ages show less visible signs, it is being seen that they are suffering organ damage from the virus which could be a huge problem for them in the future.
This isnít consistent with information that Iíve read. Do you have a source for it?
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