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Why Does A Rise In The Number Of Cases Of Covid Matter In The Uk?

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dave50 | 14:07 Fri 19th Mar 2021 | News
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We are testing more people so the figures are bound to rise. Surely only hospitalisations and deaths are the only numbers we should be concerned about which are falling due to the vaccine.

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very bad tmt o the Beeb this am
I written them a stiff email !

[ that it is not their function to peddle harmful propaganda and in fact they have agreed not to]

(" a discussion on the link between vaccine and clotting" - - oops excuse me there isnt one. They are NOT linked )
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But very few under 50s become seriously ill with covid so any rise in infections will not be a problem. Only perhaps to those who refuse the jab but I have no sympathy with them.
dave...infections, even those that don't cause serious illness, open the door to the possibility of variants. Getting the infection level down and keeping it down is still important....also no vaccine is 100% effective. The fact that we have vaccines is brilliant but not the be all and end all.

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