As @jordan210 rightly points out, a passport doesn't magically make the vaccinated non-contagious....so its the non-vacinated that remain at a higher risk....so if they wanna go clubbing (at greater risk) let them.....its their lookout...you just can’t travel around and go to mass gatherings and do whatever you want putting other people’s lives in danger if you choose not to have it
And then what happens if the vaccinated person is carrying the virus and then goes to see an elderly relative before they’ve been offered a booster?As @jordan210 rightly points out, a passport doesn't magically make the vaccinated non-contagious....so its the non-vacinated that remain at a higher risk....so if they wanna go clubbing (at greater risk) let them.....its their lookout...
I'm still hopeful the constant talk of passports is just nudging a few more to take up the vaccine........
I admire your persistence at trying to push this obesity angle still despite it being shot down every time.If we ban obese people from things until they lose weight then the strain on the NHS will be massively lifted.
Ha! Good point. We have plenty of restrictions on what we can do anyway (I can't go in certain clubs if I wear trainers, for a facetious example, but my trainers don't inflict harm on others, however horrible they may be...) but they're taken for granted as restrictions, as they're set into a societal norm. There are certain clubs, for that matter, I can't go to because I'm either not a member, not elected a member, and / oram the wrong gender...
Why wouldn’t you want to share a room with someone not vaccinated?People keep talking about liberties, what about the liberties of the much larger group, ie those who've been vaccinated and don't want to share a room with someone who isn't vaccinated? If they want us to carry around a bit of paper/ email to show we've been vaccinated then who gives a toss, maybe its my ignorance but don't see what the big deal is
That is not an article or paper by the BMJ, it is a letter in response to a BMJ article.There is no scientific proof for vaccine passports work.
If you look what highly regarded professional body say such as the BMJ
COVID-19 vaccine passports are not evidence-based and violate people’s freedom of choice
A couple of points why this analogy is completely ridiculous.I can’t believe I’m not allowed entry into (enter several destinations here) without a yellow fever vaccination certificate. My liberties grrr.
Have edited. accordingly.That is not an article or paper by the BMJ, it is a letter in response to a BMJ article.
Edit: and it appears to have been written by an Australian reporter who got stood down from her TV program for inaccurate stories about WiFi frying kids brains.
no as some countries have low vaccine rates and the risk of new variant transmission is higher. That’s also an entry to a country not a restriction within the countryPresumably those vehemently against also oppose UK and non-UK residents having to provide their vaccination status when entering the country and would like to see this requirement removed?
Again an absurd comparison if coming from a high risk country then clearly they will have to and it’s a 10 day restriction not one for an unspecified time period.So you don’t agree with British citizens having to quarantine once they enter the country then?