Sky News Breakfast: Vaccinating care home staff is 'the right thing to do'


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Sky News Breakfast: Vaccinating care home staff is 'the right thing to do'



On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley:

– Minister says vaccinating care home staff is the ‘right thing to do’;
– Changes to the abortion law in Texas debated with political activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu and US political commentator Scottie Neil Hughes;
– and the Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick comes in for criticism from some of the country’s most high profile campaigners.

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  1. I do not believe this woman for one specially where she says about care workers having being double jabbed.
    We have run a pilot scheme with someone clinically vulnerable & he still got covid !

  2. The jab only lasts for 5 months at best and still does not offer full protection, is someone saying people are going to be forced having jabs every 5 months. Someone how I don't think so, especially when there are inflammation issues.

  3. This is the face of someone who really doesn't have an empathetic bone in their body, she'll never be on a waiting list her kind never are.
    Horse drawn and quartered would be an adequate sentence back in the day I'd like to see her tared and feathered.

  4. The Minister for Covid Vaccine Deployment, Nadhim Zahawi MP, restated the Prime Minister's announcement of 19 July that by the end of September—when all over 18s will have had the chance to be double jabbed—the Government were planning to make full vaccination the condition of entry to nightclubs and other venues where large crowds gather. He said that the Government would confirm more details for its plans on covid vaccine passports in due course…. anyone else remember being told this definitely wouldn't happen at the start of the year? Slow boiling the public until it too late

  5. More on the SCAM! Siouxsie Wiles is a leading Covid commentator and lockdown advocate in New Zealand! She has just been caught in a classic "Rules for thee but not for me" incident! Its all lies people! LIES!