Isn't that 90ish% including children (for Delta)?Have we finally crossed the herd immunity line…?
It'll be interesting to see what happens when the impact of FREEDOM DAY is felt, then.24,950 cases which is the sixth consecutive day with a drop. This trend with the peak number of cases almost perfectly matched up with the gatherings during Euros
One of the doctors on tv said it would take about 7 years to get herd immunity? Is that right?
This is what I like to believe, but everyone I know higher up in the pecking order of expertise/obsessiveness says "no" and that herd immunity may not even be possible (but that the vaccines do the job of keeping 91% out of hospital, etc etc. Tories: "oh well, try not to be vulnerable, we don't like vulnerable people anyway")Yes I had a feeling that all the scary bit numbers in the 50k region might be a bit of a peak within a peak related to the Euros.
The numbers are coming down quite a lot though. Apparently 92% of UK adults now have antibodies according to the latest study. Have we finally crossed the herd immunity line…?
Ugh nightmare You can tell on what day you had contact with someone who tested positive by deducting the number of days the app says you have left to isolate from 10.The only place I checked in was a bar on Friday night.
But apparently it isn't only where you check in, is it? If you have the app running the Bluetooth can pick it up from any contact. So perhaps I've been badmouthing Nando's in error. Still crap food and dirty toilets though.
I do have a vindictive streak and would tend to wish them a hard time with it, if I'm brutally honest.Seeing quite a few anti-vax/covid deniers get covid now. I wish them nothing more than a bad fever, but also, ha.
I am, but the surgeries where I work are quite clear that they don't want me there.Oh no. Are you not a key worker though which means you can ignore it now (I think)?