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De Santis talking sense in a world of the fear mongered.

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People have flocked to Florida and some of the highest vaccinated and strictest states have the worse problems.

 


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View ASCPFC's Profile ASCPFC Flag Pro-Cathedral/caravan park 17 Jan 22 1.18pm Send a Private Message to ASCPFC Add ASCPFC as a friend

Originally posted by Mapletree

Lying little toad really thought people would believe he had covid in December. Good job not everyone is quite as credulous as a few on here.

Here are some others, all liars.

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Turns out they are saying 95% of the men's top 100, yet 85% of the women's vaccinated. So there are definitely unvaccinated players at the Australian Open. It will be quite humourous when we discover how many of the women are unvaccinated.

 


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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 17 Jan 22 3.55pm Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by grumpymort

BS you again showing you have no clue what you are talking about

The vaccines in the UK are for emergency/temp use only they are not fully licensed you can not force people to take them and with the evidence as well that it does not stop spread in a court case you would rip them apart.

The is not ebola or bubonic plague they was a real threat the numbers prove it this is not no increase in death rate has occurred go and look at the raw data of deaths and do the math.

Well, you know I always bow to your greater knowledge. Even though I am a Director of HR with 35 years of experience I am sure you know best. So you are saying it isn't illegal to have someone work with patients in a Care Home without them having been vaccinated. Who knew.

 

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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 17 Jan 22 3.57pm Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by ASCPFC

Here are some others, all liars.

Well no, they have been tested and I assume the tests are confirmed

As far as I know, Djokovic had no confirmed test and simply told the tennis authorities he had suffered from COVID in December. His behaviour at that time, on the other hand, gave no indication at all of a positive test and would have been extremely reckless had he been suffering from COVID. He just did a snow job on the authorities.

 

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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 17 Jan 22 3.59pm Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by Stirlingsays

De Santis talking sense in a world of the fear mongered.

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People have flocked to Florida and some of the highest vaccinated and strictest states have the worse problems.

As a scientist I am sure you understand the difference between correlation and causal effect. One differentiator will be levels of UV, another levels of deprivation.

 

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Originally posted by Wisbech Eagle

It's a long way from nonsense!

Whilst it's true that this appears not to have yet been tested in either a Court or Tribunal, and that legal opinion is not yet settled, the general opinion seems to be that it is reasonable for an employer to include a requirement to be vaccinated in their recruitment policy. You can read some of the reasoning here:-

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It has not been tested in court because it wouldn't hold up.

No opinion in the court system you present your case based of laws and then evidence.

If you are fired for not having a vaccine the other side needs to show it poses a great risk you working there well this cant be proven this virus is not a great risk.

Originally posted by Mapletree

Well, you know I always bow to your greater knowledge. Even though I am a Director of HR with 35 years of experience I am sure you know best. So you are saying it isn't illegal to have someone work with patients in a Care Home without them having been vaccinated. Who knew.


Director of HR and your point is?

Its always appeal to authority to you isn't it as if people in these roles know everything.

35 years experience doing what spreading company policies.

If you fire someone from your care home because they wont be vaccinated for covid-19 yes that leaves it open to grounds of unfair dismissal.

The loop hole in this is most care homes hire people short term this will require people to be vaccinated unless they show evidence of exemption or they will choose not to hire them to begin with

Originally posted by Helmet46


You mean this study?

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Iíve read and I must confess Iím struggling to see that it shows that the unvaccinated only have cold like symptoms from Omicron and Delta, whilst boosted people get very ill. Genuine question (as I have no medical knowledge and assuming this is the paper you were referring to) what bits in this seemingly short paper articulate the findings you state above? (I appreciate Iíve probably done exactly what you said not to do, but thatís no medical knowledge coming out again).

Edited by Helmet46 (17 Jan 2022 7.38am)


To see this you need to look at another study this is the problem you end up needing to go through a lot of them no one study will have all the answers.

Have a look at Dr Michael Chan Chi-wai he shows omicron doesn't go straight for infected the lungs which is why most people report this is like a cold.

the data is what is important and looking at the places it is taken from.

Most people dont understand it which is why they use the simple bits out of these papers which do not explain what is really happened or shown.

that link is not the full thing you need to go over the references etc as well.

Edited by grumpymort (17 Jan 2022 6.17pm)

 


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View Helmet46's Profile Helmet46 Flag Croydon 17 Jan 22 6.22pm Send a Private Message to Helmet46 Add Helmet46 as a friend

Originally posted by grumpymort


Director of HR and your point is?

Its always appeal to authority to you isn't it as if people in these roles know everything.

35 years experience doing what spreading company policies.

If you fire someone from your care home because they wont be vaccinated for covid-19 yes that leaves it open to grounds of unfair dismissal.

The loop hole in this is most care homes hire people short term this will require people to be vaccinated unless they show evidence of exemption or they will choose not to hire them to begin with

Edited by grumpymort (17 Jan 2022 6.08pm)

You canít bring a claim for unfair dismissal, generally, if youíve worked there for less than 2 years. It appears lots of people have lost their jobs from that sector due to this. Not sure how many cases are in the courts or waiting to go to court.
If there was a case youíd have thought that there greedy lawyers would have set class actions up all over the place. Iím not sure there are any which suggests that they donít fancy their chances?

I think the law is that from November youíre not allowed in a care home unless you are vaccinated.

 

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View Helmet46's Profile Helmet46 Flag Croydon 17 Jan 22 6.25pm Send a Private Message to Helmet46 Add Helmet46 as a friend

Originally posted by grumpymort


To see this you need to look at another study this is the problem you end up needing to go through a lot of them no one study will have all the answers.

Have a look at Dr Michael Chan Chi-wai he shows omicron doesn't go straight for infected the lungs which is why most people report this is like a cold.

the data is what is important and looking at the places it is taken from.

Most people dont understand it which is why they use the simple bits out of these papers which do not explain what is really happened or shown.

that link is not the full thing you need to go over the references etc as well.

Edited by grumpymort (17 Jan 2022 6.17pm)

You said read this study - it shows it. Well it didnít. Where are the links to the studies that do show it then?

 

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View Wisbech Eagle's Profile Wisbech Eagle Flag Truro Cornwall 17 Jan 22 6.30pm Send a Private Message to Wisbech Eagle Add Wisbech Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by grumpymort

It has not been tested in court because it wouldn't hold up.

No opinion in the court system you present your case based of laws and then evidence.

If you are fired for not having a vaccine the other side needs to show it poses a great risk you working there well this cant be proven this virus is not a great risk.


Edited by grumpymort (17 Jan 2022 6.17pm)

It hasn't been tested in Court, or at a Tribunal, yet, because employers have been extremely tolerant and tried to encourage rather than coerce.

What I am talking about is not though the sacking of existing employees, who after 2 years would have an argument that may hold up. That is yet to be determined. An employer could argue successfully that the rest of their staff being put at risk contravenes Health and Safety regulations which then negate any discrimination argument. We will have to wait for that.

What I am talking about is making it a legitimate question when recruiting new staff, and there I see a much clearer picture. I think employers can set whatever terms they wish.

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag 17 Jan 22 7.18pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

In principle I'm not against employers being able to discriminate in who they employ, for whatever reason...their money their choice.....Sure, there are probably some exceptions but I've always regarded that as common sense.

However, that isn't the world we live in....and given the system we have I view this argument as highly one eyed.

This idea that being vaccinated or unvaccinated makes a significant difference is one that will increasingly come under increased skepticism......especially since it's just a couple of months or even sooner that the government will tell you that jabs will be once a year and voluntary.

Anyone looking back at these conversations in a year's time will likely have a sense of the absurd.

Edited by Stirlingsays (17 Jan 2022 7.18pm)

 


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Originally posted by Mapletree

As a scientist I am sure you understand the difference between correlation and causal effect. One differentiator will be levels of UV, another levels of deprivation.

I wouldn't call myself a scientist, just someone who loved computers and went off and took an honours degree in them....then a teaching degree. People often like to grand-stand with titles but really the proof in the pudding is in how good you are at the coalface.

Correlation isn't proof of causation, but then again it's often an indication. Having said that yes, these things are most often multifactored.

In my opinion De Santis has been proven correct and Florida has benefited from his leadership compared to less free states.

I see him figuring strongly amongst the republican candidates for 2024.

Edited by Stirlingsays (17 Jan 2022 7.52pm)

 


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I recommend that people watch Dr John Campbell's video for how things currently are and how they are likely to play out.

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