Dying On The Vine


This afternoon.


Dionne Gesink, a professor of epidemiology at University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health recommends daters be selective about meeting up with potential paramours.

However, Gesink advises against subjecting matches to a pre-date intake form of personal health questions. Rather, she encourages people to broach conversations about COVID-19 prevention and vaccination as part of the “getting to know you” process.

“You might want to approach it from a more philosophical view of, where do you stand on this stuff,” she says. “That will give you a lot more information … and a better sense of the person.”

‘Vaxxed and waxed, baby!’: Summer heats up for single-dosed singles (Toronto Star)

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9 thoughts on “Dying On The Vine

  1. Jill

    A piece of fabric won’t stop a microscopic virus so keep your distance and clean your hands. Easy.

  2. Nigel

    That’s actually a good result. The UK does enough scapegoating to draw attention from their appalling government as it is.

  3. eoin

    Just wait til every airline bans vaccinated people from flying due to the danger of severe blood clotting at altitude. Spain and Russia are already ahead in advising the jabbed not to risk flying.

    1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

      here was me thinking a lot of people got the jab in order to be able to fly to their hols

  4. Ben Madigan

    Varadkar is in the age group currently eligible for the jab – has he got it? Wouldn’t be like him to pass up a photo-op… or is he secretly anti-vaxx??

    1. U N M U T U A L

      Re: photo op…
      There’s a rumour going around that it’s being made into an all-singing, all-dancing broadway musical, starring the one and oily Nathan Lame.
      The current working titles are…
      Scamalot, Barechest in the Park, Jaberet and the ever popular The Lyin’ King.

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