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BBC Wiltshire interview with Ben Prater 080721 : My views on lockdown easement & exercising caution

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BBC Wiltshire today : My thoughts on lockdown easement and the concepts of personal responsibility, personalised risk and exercising caution. Short interview lasting 3 minutes. The important thing to note here is that there is only a modest protection provided by the vaccine in acquiring an infectio
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BBC Wiltshire today : My thoughts on lockdown easement and the concepts of personal responsibility, personalised risk and exercising caution. Short interview lasting 3 minutes. The important thing to note here is that there is only a modest protection provided by the vaccine in acquiring an infection post vaccination but the overall protection is bolstered by subsequent significant reduction in transmission rate, development of serious illness and reducing deaths. The common sense approach would be to use other measures such as masks and personalised risk assessment of individual circumstances whilst cautiously coming out of a lockdown so as to not get infected at the first place and thus keeping the prevalence rate of the virus low. Greater spread of the virus could again lead to development of new variants some of which could be resistant / less susceptible to the vaccines. Indeed a tricky balancing act for the government.
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