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School staff vaccine

Just cropped up on the BBC, the education secretary, Gavin Williamson, has said that ALL school staff will be next priority for vaccination. So it could mean we start getting jabs in march. Watch this space!
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Our LA have started to do webinars for early years settings and nurseries to use the 20 minute test for staff...
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I have been thinking about this a lot and decided not for me.

Like most on here i have been in since it all started and i think i would have had it by now. -Hah.png-
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Vera wrote: Wed, 13th Jan 2021, 12:27pm Our LA have started to do webinars for early years settings and nurseries to use the 20 minute test for staff...
It's not too bad of a process.
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Our LA have said they are not using the lateral test- don't know if that means we want to get tested but out LA won't provide the kit -Angry.png- -Scared.png-
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greenjack wrote: Wed, 13th Jan 2021, 11:29am Just cropped up on the BBC, the education secretary, Gavin Williamson, has said that ALL school staff will be next priority for vaccination. So it could mean we start getting jabs in march. Watch this space!
Have you got a link to the story?
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wilson wrote: Wed, 13th Jan 2021, 5:24pm I have been thinking about this a lot and decided not for me.

Like most on here i have been in since it all started and i think i would have had it by now. -Hah.png-
Whilst everyone is able to decide for themselves, do you not think that by having a test you could be protecting others?
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Nail wrote: Thu, 14th Jan 2021, 8:02am Have you got a link to the story?
It was on the NEU Facebook page yesterday.

How much of it was just hot air I'm not sure. They will probably end up just testing teachers. -Hah.png-
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Vera wrote: Thu, 14th Jan 2021, 8:12am Whilst everyone is able to decide for themselves, do you not think that by having a test you could be protecting others?
I agree with this.
To Wilson:-
Whilst yes the choice is yours, to say that because you haven't had it yet you are not going to get it is just plain stupid.
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Vera wrote: Thu, 14th Jan 2021, 8:19am It was on the NEU Facebook page yesterday.

How much of it was just hot air I'm not sure. They will probably end up just testing teachers. -Hah.png-
He's talking about vaccine not testing.
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Nail wrote: Thu, 14th Jan 2021, 8:02am Have you got a link to the story?
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk ... y-19615943
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Nail wrote: Thu, 14th Jan 2021, 4:08pm He's talking about vaccine not testing.
My apologies, i had read it wrong. -Thumb_up-
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Thanks.

It'll be interesting to see how that pans out.
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I've had it. I don't want it again. I cover up, mask up and behave anti socially. And I will have the vaccine at the first opportunity.
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Leatherface wrote: Fri, 15th Jan 2021, 6:57am I've had it. I don't want it again. I cover up, mask up and behave anti socially. And I will have the vaccine at the first opportunity.
and then keep masking up, etc?

or is your feeling that the vaccine is more effective than having had it?
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