People considered to be clinically extremely vulnerable to covid-19 infection, have been told that they should avoid indoor spaces this Summer. They’ve also been advised to “avoid the unvaccinated.” How will they know who has and hasn’t been jabbed?
The new guidance, tailored for the really vulnerable, comes after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed yesterday that covid restrictions, including compulsory mask wearing, will be removed next Monday July 19th.
3.7 million people in the UK are believed to be extremely vulnerable. Typically, an extremely vulnerable person will have chronic illness, such as heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disease or cancer.
New guidance published last night, advises the vulnerable to meet outdoors and to find out if those they are meeting with have been vaccinated.
The Department of Health guidance states:
“Consider whether you and those you are meeting have been vaccinated. You might want to wait until 14 days after your second dose of a covid-19 vaccine before being in close contact with others.”
Avoid the unjabbed eh? Two-tier society here we come? Yesterday, Boris Johnson urged businesses to seek covid certification from customers before admitting them. If like me, you have refused the jabs, you won’t be going to concerts, restaurants or to the cinema this Winter and maybe forever.
Now they’re advising people to give the unjabbed a wide berth. Suits me. If there is any truth to the claim (by prominent scientists) that in fact the jabbed themselves pose a risk to the rest of us, I’m happy to be avoided.