Muzzle Without End

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This afternoon.

SAGE expert Professor John Edmunds warned most curbs on daily life  are likely to be in force until the end of this year, while less restrictive curbs — like face mask wearing on public transport and indoors — could possibly be in place ‘forever‘.

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine epidemiologist issued the stark warning as he suggested a variant of the virus detected in Bristol had the ‘potential’ to reinfect vaccinated Britons. He said it could be ‘very dangerous’ to the UK’s mammoth jab drive if the mutant strain was allowed to spread around the country.

SAGE doomsters push back on easing lockdown within weeks and warn we could be wearing masks FOREVER (MailOnline)

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18 thoughts on “Muzzle Without End

    1. Joe

      Broadsheet can do better than that headline, iat this stage referring to muzzles displays a real lack of imagination, …they must be having a bad hair day !

  1. Micko

    In other news, SAGE expert Professor John Edmunds spoke to his brand new publicist last week and was basically told the following;

    “John, your profile is down – so just say any old mad controversial boo boo in the Daily Mail and it’ll definitely get you trending on social media”

    That book deal will be in the bag baby!!!

    Cha ching!!

  2. White Dove

    Can’t be good news for orthodontists… why pay for invisalign if the bottom part of your face is going to be covered in all but the most personal moments, maybe even in those if you are so inclined.

        1. millie bobby brownie

          Ooooooh yeah please V. How’s things with you? Fierce quiet this week, isn’t it?

          The wee lad is teething like a demon. Between him and homeschooling the little miss, I barely manage to make dinner these days. Hot cross buns sound like heaven.

          1. millie bobby brownie

            I think there’s a lot of people feeling that way. What with lockdown, and Misery Martin promising an extension til May, I think you’d be hard pressed not to feel that way. This time of year is always tough anyway. I hate February – my mental health always slips in Feb because it feels like winter is never going to end. Hope you pick up a bit anyways xx

            Thanks for the bread tip too. That’s brilliant and I’ve never heard of it before. It’s a great ‘mammy’ tip.

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