Results 221–240 of 800 for vaccine damage

Scottish Parliament: Galloway National Park (11 Feb 2021)

Emma Harper: ...light at the end of the tunnel, and that light is shining on Galloway. With that in mind, I want to make it clear to the minister that I am not asking for immediate action. The Covid pandemic, the vaccine roll-out and repairing the damage from Boris’s Brexit are of primary importance. I am asking that we plan ahead for Galloway’s future and that the Government sets out its position on...

Policing (England and Wales) (10 Feb 2021)

Jessica Morden: ...pandemic, and police officers, who so often have to enter homes and non-socially distanced spaces, as well as dealing with disgraceful assaults, including spitting, are still waiting to receive a vaccine. The hon. Member for Kettering (Mr Hollobone) made an important point about the impact of assaults. Despite all this, that deeply ingrained, selfless commitment to keeping us all safe has...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Research (5 Feb 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...£6.5 million to investigate key questions, such as how long Covid-19 immunity lasts, why some people’s immune systems are better able to fight off the virus, and why some immune responses cause damage. The Humoral Immune Correlates of Covid-19 consortium, led by the University of Cambridge and Royal Papworth Hospital, will receive £1.5 million to study molecules produced by the...

Scottish Parliament: Universal Support for Self-Isolation (3 Feb 2021)

Pauline McNeill: ...all, and we need to try to understand whether a pattern exists, so that we can work out what we must do to respond. People on lower incomes have been hardest hit by the virus and by the collateral damage of restrictions. It is obvious that the test and trace approach will reduce transmission only if infectious people are able to isolate effectively. That is the biggest barrier. Recent...

Northern Ireland Protocol: Implementation (2 Feb 2021)

Michael Gove: ...on recent developments on the Northern Ireland protocol. On Friday afternoon, the European Commission, without prior consultation, published a regulation to enable restrictions on the export of vaccines from the EU. That regulation also invoked article 16 of the Northern Ireland protocol, barring the free movement of medicines from Ireland into Northern Ireland. It is important to be clear...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: 'Inquiry Report on the Impact of COVID-19 in Care Homes' (1 Feb 2021)

Pam Cameron: ...Buckley said that the report is a "conversation starter" with the Minister, and he outlined the difficulties that families and residents face when visiting. He also welcomed the roll-out of the vaccination programme in care homes, as we all do. Cara Hunter said that the report paints a picture of the experiences of residents, families and staff during the pandemic. She said that it was...

Scottish Parliament: Budget 2021-22 (28 Jan 2021)

Kate Forbes: ...circumstances require an exceptional response. The budget provides for continuity in our urgent work to control the virus and to protect our economy and national health service while the vaccine is delivered as quickly and safely as possible. It is not just the pandemic that has taken its toll on Scotland’s economy. The wrecking ball of a dismal Brexit deal is compounding matters....

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Bovine TB (27 Jan 2021)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...today. In the last year, we compulsorily slaughtered over 27,000 cattle in England to tackle the disease. This causes devastation and distress for hard-working farmers and rural communities and is damaging our reputation as world leaders in high standards of animal health and welfare. The bTB eradication strategy we published in 2014 is making progress. We are now seeing sustained...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Bovine TB (27 Jan 2021)

George Eustice: ...today. In the last year, we compulsorily slaughtered over 27,000 cattle in England to tackle the disease. This causes devastation and distress for hard-working farmers and rural communities and is damaging our reputation as world leaders in high standards of animal health and welfare. The bTB eradication strategy we published in 2014 is making progress. We are now seeing sustained...

Scottish Parliament: Prioritising Covid-19 Vaccination and Economic Recovery (27 Jan 2021)

Donald Cameron: ...the future holds some hope for those who are still vulnerable to the virus. We know that, across the United Kingdom, more than 6.8 million people have now received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine and that just over 462,000 people in Scotland have received it—I am using figures from today. Some 470,000 people across the UK have received their second dose, too. Three vaccines have...

Vaccine Roll-out (21 Jan 2021)

Stephen Doughty: I praise again the work of Cardiff and Vale University health board for its vaccine roll-out. Yesterday it delivered 10 times the number of vaccines in one day that it did on its first day of delivery of the programme; it is doing an incredible job. The Secretary of State rightly said that supply was the limiting factor, and this morning we heard that the Wockhardt factory in north Wales had...

Prime Minister: Engagements (20 Jan 2021)

Keir Starmer: ...Biden and Vice-President Harris? This is a victory for hope over hate, and a real moment for optimism in the US and around the world. I also thank all those on the frontline helping to deliver the vaccine, including the NHS, who are doing so much to keep us safe under the most extraordinary pressure. It is 10 days since the Home Office mistakenly deleted hundreds of thousands of vital...

Scottish Parliament: Health and Care Workforce (20 Jan 2021)

Monica Lennon: ...to older people is a tragedy. In my view, it is a humanitarian crisis, particularly in relation to what has happened in our care homes, where I believe that older people have been the collateral damage in the pandemic. That is why Labour members have fought for and secured a commitment to a human rights-based public inquiry. We would want that to get under way now, rather than waiting...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: North/South Ministerial Council: Agriculture (19 Jan 2021)

Edwin Poots: I might be looking forward to other vaccines, but I do not think that I need one for rabies just yet, thankfully. In any event, the Member is correct. However, it was always the case that we could travel to Ireland. The introduction of the rabies and tapeworm policy, which is coming from the European Union — let us be frank about it — is something that just has no benefit. There is no...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Covid-19 Vaccine Access (19 Jan 2021)

Preet Kaur Gill: The longer the pandemic rages, the more damage will be done to ordinary families around the world who are suffering from a crisis they did not create. We have an opportunity to save countless lives and livelihoods here in the UK and abroad by playing our part in co-operating with other countries and using our influence to bring them together. As we have seen during the pandemic, the...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (19 Jan 2021)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...of course, remains a priority for all of us. Finally, I will touch on other aspects of our response to Covid, including control of borders, the further expansion of testing and the progress of the vaccination programme. First, though, I will give a brief summary of the latest statistics and then seek to put them in some context. The total number of positive cases reported yesterday was...

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 67 (14 Jan 2021)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...It is not delivering for patients and their families, either. There are huge delays in getting cases settled and huge lawyers’ fees, in a quite remarkable situation where the NHS ends up paying damages in 80% of litigated clinical negligence claims. There is something wrong in the way we deal with these cases. There have been endless reviews over the past 20 years, but precious little...

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 16 (14 Jan 2021)

Baroness Cumberlege: ...contribution for which I thank her. This is a difficult and hugely important issue, and it needs serious consideration on two counts. We have to look beyond the present situation with anti-vaccine campaigners and decide very carefully what is information and how we should combat damaging information being spread. Secondly, how do we reserve the right of the individual to use social media...

Online Anonymity — [Esther McVey in the Chair] (13 Jan 2021)

Siobhan Baillie: ...intelligence eviscerated on Twitter. During the pandemic, families must work out whether what they are reading is credible or from covid deniers and anti-vaxxers, and we constantly have to undo the damage that scammers cause. Governments around the world are dealing with the impact of online actors who are attempting to subvert the democratic processes. Anonymity is, of course, not the...

Covid-19: Vaccinations - Statement (13 Jan 2021)

Baroness Altmann: My Lords, I too congratulate the Government and the Minister on all the tremendous work that has been done, especially on the vaccine. Can he say what the hold-up would be for a 24/7 programme, what the scale of supply is, and when a supply chain might be available that could deliver 24/7 vaccination? The scale of damage to other aspects of the health of our nation as well as to the economy...


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