Now the Coronavirus thread is played out and dead, maybe we can move to the next phase, the vaccine.
It is now headlining the news, and once again will turn into a fairly predictable political bun fight.
After the Pfizer announcement is was nailed on that someone else would come to the market, all predicting ' up to ' 90% effective, depending on which article you read.As no vaccine is 100% effective, we must assume it/they are good enough, or should we ?
The vaccine is a game changer, not only from the control of the virus aspect, but they also give the Governments more control on the who, what, where,when, why and how.
Will maximizing political point scoring be the game or will they just get on with it ?
Listening to Hancock this morning (who talks a load of crap) he used the words ' we hope ' to start selective vaccinating next month, with a roll out in the spring of next year.
Is this the silver bullet we all hope for, and who will refuse to be vaccinated.
If I get the chance, I'll be first in the queue.