CHRISTMAS just wouldn’t be Christmas without arguing, would it?
What will dominate much of this year’s disputes will doubtless be about having unvaxxed people in our homes.
Ulrika Jonsson is fed up with the ‘anti-vax squad’[/caption]
Ulrika, pictured with her four children, says un-vaccinated people are banned from hers this Christmas[/caption]
If, God willing, BoJo and his fellow Downing Street ravers, do actually let us spend time together.
I surround myself by sensible people.
All my close friends and family have done their bit for society and against Covid.
I’m utterly fed up with the anti-vax squad.
Many of them I’ve come across are the younger generation.
They’re conspiracy theorists.
They believe it’s all a myth or a lie and that we’re being controlled.
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Fine. They’re entitled to their opinions.
But I’m afraid if you’re quite happy for the rest of us to have the vaccine – which, I might add, we don’t just do for the good of ourselves, we do it to protect others – then you shouldn’t be taking advantage of the tentative freedoms we are being afforded.
No matter how miserly.
If someone hasn’t been vaxxed and wants to come to my house over the Christmas period when I have others here, you will not be crossing my threshold.
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