Meanwhile, in Sweden...

borolad259

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We could get there but, as things stand, would have to quarantine upon our return, despite the fact that I'm at much greater risk of infection here in West Yorkshire. We'll just go later in the autumn or do a winter trip for some snow fun, skiing and ice fishing.
 

bear66

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We could get there but, as things stand, would have to quarantine upon our return, despite the fact that I'm at much greater risk of infection here in West Yorkshire. We'll just go later in the autumn or do a winter trip for some snow fun, skiing and ice fishing.
It would be more sensible to regionalise this Quarantine lark. Even Spain is generally fine, including the canaries.
 

bear66

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Interesting that you lead with anti-vaxers....

As the protest has absolutely nothing to do with the vaccine.
Conspiracy theorists, antivaxers and extreme right wingers are the description given to the protesters in most reports. Which would you prefer? Lots of antivax placards to be seen. Perhaps they turned up at the wrong protest.
 
Conspiracy theorists, antivaxers and extreme right wingers are the description given to the protesters in most reports. Which would you prefer? Lots of antivax placards to be seen. Perhaps they turned up at the wrong protest.
Also the numbers reported are vastly understated. BBC says 15000-17000.

Try 1.5 million people all over Germany.

But I know people will miss the ultimate message and focus on the few placards.

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Conspiracy theorists, antivaxers and extreme right wingers are the description given to the protesters in most reports. Which would you prefer? Lots of antivax placards to be seen. Perhaps they turned up at the wrong protest.
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That's a hell of a lot of conspiracy theorists (by the way that was a term invented by the CIA in the 60's).
Reports now saying 3.5 million people across Germany protested yesterday.
 
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