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Do you think that people who have had both Covid-19 vaccinations should be subject to different social restrictions than those who have not?

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AB Editor | 09:12 Mon 05th Jul 2021 | Current Affairs
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  • Yes. - 113 votes
  • 61%
  • No. - 61 votes
  • 33%
  • I don't care. - 11 votes
  • 6%
  • This doesn't apply to me. - 1 vote
  • 1%

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Without saying what the restrictions might be, impossible to say.
It’s reasonable IMO to exempt double jabbers from self isolating. But “social restrictions” can cover a lot
It's impossible to apply different restrictions without some form of "passport" which the gov says we will not have. Anyway all restrictions should be lifted on 19th and anyone who still feels at risk take their own precautions.
As someone who has had both jabs from what I can gather it doesn't stop me from catching covid but limits how bad I may get if I catch it. It doesn't stop me from passing it on to others though so if wearing a mask will help protect others from getting it then I would be willing to wear one in certain places.
The people who are refusing to be vaccinated, unless for serious medical reasons , should be sent to live on some remote Island.. together.
There will be restrictions by default on access to certain things (there already are) : it just won’t be called that.
It will be given a positive spin: and rightly, actually.
that includes many care workers, 20 percent in London haven't had the vaccination, do you propose to send them to some remote island gulliver.
We've reached a new low in nanny statery from which there may be no coming back.

gullivers not in the UK remember , emmie. Am assuming he dosnt want them sending to his island though
09.49 I did say , Refuse to be vaccinated.
The ones emmie mentioned will include alot of refusers gulliver since the vaccinations have been available to all adults at drop in centres in London for a few weeks now
Yes. They have done their duty so should be rewarded with different rules.
No. Even ‘the jabbed’ can become infected or carriers but they have a better chance of suffering less. The unjabbed are clearly willing to take their chances and if that’s their choice it’s up to them.

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