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CV19 'passport' now required to attend games


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18 minutes ago, ranger_syntax said:

Does the vaccine prevent the spread of the virus?

 

“Even when a vaccine is highly effective, a small percentage of people who are fully vaccinated will get COVID-19 if they are exposed to the virus that causes it,” said West Virginia Epidemiologist Shannon McBee. McBee says, breakthrough cases occur for all vaccine preventable conditions.

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4 minutes ago, ranger_syntax said:

I thought that people who have tested positive had to isolate.

 

This is all pointless.

Only if they know they have it, most are probably symptom less.

 

It's pointless asking for proof of vaccination as you can still catch and spread it, if you're negative you can't spread it.

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Was only a matter of time before this happened and it's been introduced in England and Wales. With rising cases the "only other alternative" is a further lockdown. 

 

If I'm being honest, knowing Covid Passports were likely was one of main reasons for me getting vaccinated  - to allow me to get back to football and gigs.

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43 minutes ago, CammyF said:

Was only a matter of time before this happened and it's been introduced in England and Wales. With rising cases the "only other alternative" is a further lockdown. 

 

If I'm being honest, knowing Covid Passports were likely was one of main reasons for me getting vaccinated  - to allow me to get back to football and gigs.

Was travel for me.  I wasn't going to bother but when I realized it was likely to prevent me from travelling I got the vaccine.

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