Are covid restrictions over permanently soon?

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Lots of the UK are now vaccinated, or soon to be vaccinated. Boris has made his intentions very clear. Is it likely we will say a permanent goodbye to covid restrictions at some point in 2021?
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Whilst it is possible to lose a lot of restrictions this year, it won’t be all of them, purely because other countries are not at the same level of infection that we are, meaning there may be border restrictions to prevent importing new strains or more infections

Also we’re still only on over 50’s and many of those who have been vaccinated have only had one dose. The number of people getting vaccinated will slow down a bit soon bc in addition to the new people getting first doses, we have to give second doses to the thousands who’ve already had their first
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Not all of them and I imagine they will return periodically during winters especially as fear means that there is widespread polling support for sacrificing the economy at times for public health (it may be that we end up with restraints for a month each winter to kill seasonal flu).
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I think wearing of face coverings in some places, screens in shops and perhaps restrictions on numbers may continue beyond the summer.
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No. When restrictions lift there will be an enormous spike in cases and deaths. We will be back into lockdown by the end of the year. The government will never learn we have to go for zero covid - the vaccines will not be enough.
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Even if Covid was eliminated tomorrow they would simply create another new crisis scenario to warrant shutting down society again. I think probably the next crisis will be related to climate change and this will be incorporated in to the race/victimhood narrative that has been running for the past year. Various UN, WHO and Rockefeller documents from more than a decade ago show that this has all been planned.
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(Original post by Azagthoa)
No. When restrictions lift there will be an enormous spike in cases and deaths. We will be back into lockdown by the end of the year. The government will never learn we have to go for zero covid - the vaccines will not be enough.
The number of people dying from Covid-19 that have been fully vaccinated is very small indeed. Why you think they will not be enough is beyond me.
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The number of people dying from Covid-19 that have been fully vaccinated is very small indeed. Why you think they will not be enough is beyond me.
Covid-19 mutates quickly, it will not be long before a vaccine busting variant soon emerges that will render them redundant. Not only that, the immunity from the vaccines or infection only lasts a few months at most.
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Even if Covid was eliminated tomorrow they would simply create another new crisis scenario to warrant shutting down society again. I think probably the next crisis will be related to climate change and this will be incorporated in to the race/victimhood narrative that has been running for the past year. Various UN, WHO and Rockefeller documents from more than a decade ago show that this has all been planned.
Oh no, one of the crazies found the thread. Do you happen to call people "sheep" under sky news YouTube videos for believing in Covid?
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No. When restrictions lift there will be an enormous spike in cases and deaths. We will be back into lockdown by the end of the year. The government will never learn we have to go for zero covid - the vaccines will not be enough.
Indeed, they also need to ban the sale of knives and cars too.
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