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Quite shocked to read this tbh. I thought they’d have been among the first to get vaccinated given they were allowed to work whilst everyone else was locked in at home. I would have thought only a few David Icke or religious types wouldn’t be vaccinated but the rest to be 100%, and here they are being ‘praised’ for reaching 68%!
Don't forget that the average footballer is as thick as two short planks.
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You'd have thought Karl Darlow ending up in hospital and taking months to recover would have been a nudge
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Don't forget that the average footballer is as thick as two short planks.
But surely the clubs advisors got hold of the lads and said they should do this. Even organised it for them. Good pr.
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The Rochdale FC Dr was on the radio a few weeks ago. He didn’t confirm the actual % of Rochdale players who were vaccinated but it was clear from his answers that it was under 20%. He stopped short of saying that ‘footballers are thickos’ but I think he described the dressing room as an ‘anti-vax echo chamber’…
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But surely the clubs advisors got hold of the lads and said they should do this. Even organised it for them. Good pr.
I do find it odd (to say the least) that clubs or even the FA haven't made more of a fuss about it. One infected person spreading it through a squad could cause major problems.
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Quite shocked to read this tbh. I thought they’d have been among the first to get vaccinated given they were allowed to work whilst everyone else was locked in at home. I would have thought only a few David Icke or religious types wouldn’t be vaccinated but the rest to be 100%, and here they are being ‘praised’ for reaching 68%!
Me too. Appalling percentage, albeit i think no different to 18-29 year olds in the general population. There must be a massive spectrum given liverpool claim 99%. Given this, i’m surprised there havent been more players ruled out with covid

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Cases are rising despite social interactions still being way down on pre Covid times.
We don't get the demographic breakdown of cases in the official daily covid stats, but sometimes the media get hold of it and it filters through.

Apparently, the rise in positive case levels is due to infected secondary school pupils. My grandson recently got it from school, and this is the first time it has appeared in my extended family since the start of the pandemic.

The hospital admissions are predominantly pregnant women who have delayed vaccination, presumably for fear of it affecting their unborn child, although there is no evidence to support this fear.
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We don't get the demographic breakdown of cases in the official daily covid stats, but sometimes the media get hold of it and it filters through.

Apparently, the rise in positive case levels is due to infected secondary school pupils. My grandson recently got it from school, and this is the first time it has appeared in my extended family since the start of the pandemic.

The hospital admissions are predominantly pregnant women who have delayed vaccination, presumably for fear of it affecting their unborn child, although there is no evidence to support this fear.
I’m not sure that most covid hospitalisations are of pregnant women - think i read somewhere that it was 20%. Even this seems high given that latest data shows only 38% of admissions in English hospitals are of people aged between 18 and 64

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This is the latest breakdown bu the ONS, and it seems that it is primary school children that has the highest increase in cases, i.e. 7/11 year olds. You have to scroll down someway to find the charts:
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I think its school year 7-11, which means 12-16 year olds? Which makes sense given social interaction and lack of vaccination.

But also interesting that rates in london/se are so much lower than the rest of Uk. And that case rates amongst the non school age population have not moved since the end of August (with these rates about the same as mid July when all restrictions were lifted).

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No, it's secondary school pupils. They are referring to school Y7-Y11, ie. 11 to 16 year olds
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Non-anecdotally, that's born out by the numbers (depending on the age of your youngest!).

I saw reported that 30% of cases are in age group that's 6% of the population, i.e. 11-16 year olds (Y7-Y11 at school)

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