I'm a runner too, so I should be okYou are probably one who will get it and go to the ICU. /SNIP/
My daughter lives inland of Brisbane (3 hours drive) and she was saying that hardly anyone has been vaccinated, so every time someone is allowed back in with covid they panic. Sydney shut down after two cases were reported (both airline staff)Australia had 18 cases and locked down the whole department/state... I would seriously be looking to get off that big island if I lived there.
We signed up for a temporary sip card as we still have private. The staff at the centre are not very helpful and the doctor there has been denounced twice for treating foreigners badly (he was moved from La Nucia for the same issues).I cannot see why you are having problems, especially in the Valencian community.
I went to the red cross office here, they signed me up and 4 days later I had my J&J vaccine. The same with a friend who lives in the far, northwest corner who is not registered at the town hall nor has health insurance - showed up at the red cross and was given an appointment after signing the waiver.
That must feel strange!The important figures to follow from now on might well be the level of infections, not the level of vaccinations.
I am currently sitting in a 100% staffed office for the fist time since March 2020, it is an odd sensation but to think that it will not generate an outbreak is naive.
Hopefully if we can transition to minimal restrictions quickly, the burst in infections will peak before Christmas and not cause us too much disruption.
Yes it's very strange having someone sat right next to you and so many people everywhere all of a sudden. There was a huge queue at the lobby this morning to get a lift up the upper floors though, and as I got close to the front I could see that people were still only going in 4 at a time (the lift design capacity is 22 people, but to maintain social distancing the maximum was reduced to 4 during the restrictions, but there is now no restriction).That must feel strange!
Of course the level of infections is just as important as vaccinations, but the two are linked. Due to the vaccinations, most infections are mild or asymptomatic. If there is a spike in serious cases they will reintroduce restrictions.
I don’t know much about infection rates in the U.K. at the moment but doesn’t Boris’s Winter Plan includes the possibility of reintroducing restrictions?In terms of the spike in infections I think that it is inevitable, but in the UK (correct me if I'm wrong) they haven't seen the need to reintroduce any restrictions?
Does this include mask wearing interior and maintaining 1,5m distance out of doors ? If not, then there are restrictions still it is just the local restrictions that are lifted; ie. opening hours of nightlife, bar service, restaurant and shop customer capacities.(e) etc.etc.(/e)In Andalucia, restrictions are linked to the stats. Since we have just fallen below 50 cases per 100,000 we are now entering Level 0, no restrictions, but the Junta has made it clear that if the numbers rise again, restrictions will return.
The federal law regarding masks has not changed. It might not be mentioned by Euro Weekly News but it certainly was when the President of the Junta de Andalucia announced the changes on TV, along with the need to maintain social distancing and using hand sanitiser.This article seems to say almost half of the region and on Oct 1. but does not mention the federal law requiring masks
Andalucia removes all Covid restrictions. Andalucía will be in phase 0 alert for Covid from this Friday, September 30. The President of thewww.euroweeklynews.com