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SocketRocket

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OK, then explain to me why the UK embarked on a herd immunity stragey and stopped contact tracing, both of which appealed the international experts and pandemic-experienced public health doctors and scientists at WHO. That was a damn sight greater than differing at the margins.
From my recollection the Herd Imunity Strategy was promoted by the Medical and Scientific Chief Officers and when the projected death rates were shown the Government insisted it was not used.

I also think the test and trace was stopped when it was decided to close the fragmented testing labs and resite them in more centralised larger facilities so that testing capacity could be ramped up.

Is this correct?
 

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You do know that I've got a reputation for posting foul mouthed Pie videos which seem to get some posters clutching their pearls, when I haven't posted one for ages now. ;)

I have seen this one already, it's very good and he's spot on about the trust issue. But then again I would say that.
 

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You pedantic troll 🙄 You are so sad you have to make a post to point out the difference in two separate posts between 'in' and 'on' in French. Absolutely pathetic.
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Pretty sad when a Kiwi who had 1 year of French language study over 50 years ago can spot a blunder by some international executive 'showing off'! The venom of your reply (aka personal abuse!) seems absolutely in proportion to the embarrassment you should (and probably are) feeling!
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:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Pretty sad when a Kiwi who had 1 year of French language study over 50 years ago can spot a blunder by some international executive 'showing off'! The venom of your reply (aka personal abuse!) seems absolutely in proportion to the embarrassment you should (and probably are) feeling!
:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
'Blunder ' You're such a saddo 😔 I guess it massages your ego though.
 

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Pretty sad when a Kiwi who had 1 year of French language study over 50 years ago can spot a blunder by some international executive 'showing off'! The venom of your reply (aka personal abuse!) seems absolutely in proportion to the embarrassment you should (and probably are) feeling!
:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Why do you feel the need to correct people over minor mistakes, unfortunately you have a lot of history for it and there is really no need.
 

SocketRocket

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Why do you feel the need to correct people over minor mistakes, unfortunately you have a lot of history for it and there is really no need.
It's his inferiority complex coming to the surface and probably due to some form of insecurity that he has to pass off as being a pedant. Shame really as he can be quite interesting when he acts more adult.
 
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