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  1. Covid-19 vaccination and vaccination documentationin Duisburg

    Vaccination offers - inpatient and mobile | Coronavirus (duisburg.de)  
  2. 3G in Restaurants?

    Am remembering stuff  someone here posted recently about the HPV vaccine only helping women.  Do guys really want to risk passing it on to their girlfriends/wives?  Do they really to pass something on their partner/wife to get cervical cancer?  Is it really not a benefit not to injure or kill your partner?  Kill the mother of your children?  Weird.
  3. 3G in Restaurants?

    I meant (as I am sure you understood) that infection with Covid 19 in the third trimester can be dangerous for the mother.  Not the vaccine.  Sloppy post.  Sorry.  
  4. 3G in Restaurants?

    Third trimester is dangerous for the mother?  Seen much in news of babies born by emergency caesarian, and mother diying.
  5. 3G in Restaurants?

    Happy hypoxia is a thing.  Perhaps the reason that pneumonia was counted as a blessing for very old people.  Very different from the awful scines of people in pain and gasping for oxygen also seen during covid.  Horrific.  UK ran out of drugs to help with this in 2020.  I just mean the drugs to take away the pain of dying of asphyxia.   
  6. 3G in Restaurants?

    Sure, it is shit when it does not work.  But still think if my kid was sick (or us too) it would be good to know.  But be aware that they do not always work well with darker skin  tones. 
  7. 3G in Restaurants?

    Am buying an Oximeter anyway.  If one of us got covid, I would like to have one.   Know of people who thought they were ok, but blood O2 deatly low.  And did not know.  Have read about guy in the UK, just askng to talk to his wife quickly.  He was dead when they came back a few minutes later.  Happy hypoxia.  
  8. 3G in Restaurants?

    Absolutely.  She needs to take care of herself.  Hope she has some easy meals available.  Local doctor should be able to do the PCR.   No need to go far I hope.  And perhaps a 20 euro Oximeter could be helpful.  I have heard of people feeling "fine" and then testing 80 percent.  Or even lower.  It could also relieve anxiety, let you know when you need to do something.    
  9. Traveling to UK from Germany - quarantine rules

    Queen is still quite popular.  Even the Newsnight thing was piss-take of the Conservative MP, rather than her.    
  10. Traveling to UK from Germany - quarantine rules

    I remember street parties for the silver jubilee (1977) though did not go to one.  And a special food for such occasions has a long history (again, something I never did).  Did you hear about someone the other day, asking if the BBC could play "God Save the Queen" at "close-down", as they did until recently.   Newsnight obliged.        
  11. BREXIT positives and negatives

    I keep seeing people saying this.  But not find anything to back it up.  UK seems to have switched in the same manner.  For example I have just copied this from currys uk website for a fridge:  
  12. BREXIT positives and negatives

    Is this actually a thing?  The UK went along with the new energy labels introduced in EU in (March?) 2021.  I realise they could diverge in the future, but have they done so?  Apart from putting the jolly old union jack on the labels?  I did search but got swamped in stuff.
  13. 3G in Restaurants?

    They are offering one way helicopter rides, for sure.
  14. Why are you happy today?

    Redgrave turned down offer of damehood in 1999.  
  15. Covid & driving Germany-NL-Belgium-France-UK

    There are posts on Twitter suggesting that some British EU residents arriving at French ports to drive home from the UK are being denied entry.  Also from Eurotunnel informing returning EU residents the same.     Coronavirus - COVID-19 (eurotunnel.com)   Travel from the UK to France URGENT UPDATE FOR BRITISH RESIDENTS IN EU Following a French Government decision, on 28/12/2021, unless they hold French residency, British citizens are now considered 3rd country citizens and can no longer transit France by road to reach their country of residence in the EU. We do our best to interpret and update this page as soon as advice from the French government changes. For the very latest advice on entering France, we recommend checking interieur.gouv.fr and uk.ambafrance.org before travel.   EU-based Brits can’t travel home via Eurotunnel, company warns – POLITICO