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Should the over 65s receive the Oxford Astra-Zeneca vaccine? Is Data important to Scientific Evidence or Not?

I spoke with my local vaccination centre 2 February 2021 and thanked them for their work including contacting the over 70s in the area by text, letter and telephone. I told them my position (No. Not now) and the centre agreed I can contact them if my view changes. The nurse kindly put my response into the computer. Continue reading 



A Simple Guide to Facemasks

Mindfulness of Inhaling, Exhaling and Presence of Others 

The facemask you use matters to other people and yourselves.

You can buy a thin cotton mask or a mask as a fashion statement which provides minimal protection to others and yourself. The difference between a thin cotton or another material and no mask is as thin as the thinness of the material. Continue reading 



Local Totnes clinic invited me to get a Covid-19 vaccination this week. I said: ”No thank you. Not now.”

2500 words, 6 or 7 minute read

I received on Tuesday (18 January 2021) a text message from my local clinic in Totnes, Devon, England, about 10 minutes’ walk from home.

This is an invitation to book a Covid Vaccine at Leatside Surgery this week. Continue reading 



Covid-19 and the Virulant Mutation. An Apology to the World from a Resident in the UK

A message to citizens of the world to express an apology for the way the UK has handled the Coronavirus and the ‘export’ of this virulent new mutation to many countries, which started in south-east England.

4956 words. 15-minute read

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Authorities in Medical Science have thoughtful questions about vaccinations needing a clear and transparent response in the weeks and months ahead.

Various authorities in the science community regularly raise questions with regard to mass vaccination. These authorities include heads of laboratories, directors and professors of respiratory sciences, molecular virology, epidemiology, immunology, infectious diseases and pharmaceutical medicine. Continue reading 




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