Yep, somewhat confusingly the Metro went on to say that most of the people had had one vaccination or been within 14 days of receiving their second. It seems more likely to me that vaccine refewers were more likely to represent the majority but then I'm not a statistician so what do I know?An analysis of deaths involving COVID-19 that occurred between 2 January and 2 July 2021 in England, by vaccination status. Includes weekly age-standardised mortality rates for deaths involving COVID-19 by vaccination status and a detailed analysis of deaths involving COVID-19 that occurred in...www.ons.gov.uk
-> This year in the UK 1.2% of people who died with covid were fully vaccinated.
Not sure, but from what I've heard, you can even photocopy a paper from a friend and be allowed in in lots of places because nobody checks identity and those papers don't carry a photo, just a name.Can't you order a paper form? I did in the UK and it comes with a barcode on it. I've laminated it but I've not had to take it with me anywhere yet.
It's ok. But beware, a similar measure is not so far south from you as you might think. I don't think you were alone because all others were unvaccinated (not even all people able to eat there ;-p ). I think it's quite reasonable to be vaccinated but avoid placesOk i wasnt not that much thinking about when i wrote about my "Lonely" meal that you can lost your job when you dont be vaccinatet in some countrys...,
I've heard unvaccinated, unrecovered workers must be tested every other day (and pay for it themselves, which isn't cheap). That's for COVID. For lung or throat cancer it doesn't matter. Workers can meet each other outside the office and smoke a few times a day.It’s interesting because yesterday FranceInfo radio announced the news that Italy would require a “pass vaccinale” (vaccination certificate) for everyone working in the private and public sector there. But that’s not actually the case; as reported on CNN it’s a “health certificate” that they require (so it can also be a sufficiently recent negative Covid-19 test certificate instead of a vaccination certificate).
It's maybe offtopic, in this thread and in this forum, but somebody should start an NGO about saving the unsmartphoned. At different places and times I've heard of problems by those without a smartphone for:No - it's worse than that. My father in Switzerland was turned away from a cafe because he didn't have the covid pass app. He doesn't have a smartphone, actually he has never used a computer. So they are forcing him to get an iphone. It's horrific.
You're right. That's probably the best option given the situation. But that still requires a contract, maybe monthly payments, and SMSs aren't secure anyway, so they shouldn't be used for authenthication. Once a company has your mobile number they will assume you have it always on and will use it to contact or spam you, even if you prefer email or snail mail. And dumb phones are still tracking devices if you keep them charged at all.I have a dumb phone that can recieve texts. For my first batch of vaccination they sent me a link by text. I entered that into my computer and filled in the forms there, which got me my appointment and I was away. For the second dose I think they called me. Having a dumb phone and a computer you can often achieve similar things than the smartphoned, but have more control about it.