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https://uk.news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-v ... ccounter=1

There is hope a coronavirus vaccine might be ready by the end of the year. But for it to eliminate COVID-19 a critical mass of people must be vaccinated.

The rights of citizens not to act mean that compulsory vaccination cannot be (and has not been) ruled out.



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Steve30000 wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 13:16

The rights of citizens not to act mean that compulsory vaccination cannot be (and has not been) ruled out.
In our free country you can never have a mandatory vaccination, never ever.
It's ruled out, they are just seeing how far they can push us.
Wake up and reject their ideas man.
Can you see in the future people being rounded up to be injected with poison, it ain't gonna happen is it because they would need a gun at my head and then they would have to pull the trigger first.
Another silly scare story to see what the stupid public will react like.



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Steve30000 wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 13:16
compulsory vaccination cannot be (and has not been) ruled out.
It has been ruled out by me :thumbup:



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Sunderland Nut wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 14:35
Steve30000 wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 13:16

The rights of citizens not to act mean that compulsory vaccination cannot be (and has not been) ruled out.
In our free country you can never have a mandatory vaccination, never ever.
It's ruled out, they are just seeing how far they can push us.
Wake up and reject their ideas man.
Can you see in the future people being rounded up to be injected with poison, it ain't gonna happen is it because they would need a gun at my head and then they would have to pull the trigger first.
Another silly scare story to see what the stupid public will react like.
Yet they force us all to wear masks, and we jump. They shouldn't be allowed to put it through as law

There are things I disagree with what this clown and his circus act is doing to this country



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I am sure that more than 50% of people would take it.
Let's see how many of the 30 million doses of flu vaccine gets snapped up because that might be an indication.


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thingamajig wrote:
02 Aug 2020, 11:48
I am sure that more than 50% of people would take it.
No, no, no, more like 90%.



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Sunderland Nut wrote:
02 Aug 2020, 15:30
thingamajig wrote:
02 Aug 2020, 11:48
I am sure that more than 50% of people would take it.
No, no, no, more like 90%.
Then we would eliminate it from the UK.


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thingamajig wrote:
04 Aug 2020, 12:12

Then we would eliminate it from the UK.
Good. Job done then.



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thingamajig wrote:
04 Aug 2020, 12:12
Sunderland Nut wrote:
02 Aug 2020, 15:30


No, no, no, more like 90%.
Then we would eliminate it from the UK.
The W. H. O say its here for life..



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Steve30000 wrote:
04 Aug 2020, 23:36

The W. H. O say its here for life..
Can't remember that song but I remember "I Can See For Miles".



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