Nothing new for Mrs H, if I try to sneak an extra pint before her red wine.Had second jab last week. Last time arm slightly sore, this time incredibly painful, and its knocked madam right off her feet. She was quite badly last time, but this time, and talk about moaning
We have our food delivered because i keep wondering the same thingI have been grocery shopping today, I was absolutely dismayed to find that in our Aldi, I counted 8 (out of about 30 in the shop) people in the shop not wearing a face mask, including 1 long term member of staff.
Do they think it's all over?
I'm seriously thinking of going back to getting things delivered.
Shops would find it very difficult to strictly enforce mask wearing as the staff could face abuse or worse. It’s really up to people’s social responsibility but unfortunately some don’t even possess a modicum of such. However in our area most people still adhere to mask wearing but hand sanitiser availability seems to have reduced at the entrance points. But I generally carry my own squiffy bottle anyway.Noticed the same in LIDL on Wednesday and it was young people. I thought there was an obligation on shops to ensure that people wore masks unless there was a medical reason.
It has been reported but not officially confirmed that the availability of Pfizer vaccine is less than earlier this year and whilst the deliveries are on time quantity is the issue. And the younger cohorts are advised to have the Pfizer. They are facing longer waits for their appointments too. Presumably AZ is being stockpiled for our boosters.Clive
The jab numbers are certainly down but from what I see the populace age and groupings are different . Us blue rinsers and over 40s we’re desperate for a jab. We are now to a hardcore who are not so enthusiastic, sadly.