As a 70 year old in good health in North London I was surprised to get a call from my GP surgery yesterday telling me I had an appointment today to receive the Covid vaccine. I duly went along (Lordship Lane N17 health centre) where the receptionist was unsure I should get it but the manager gave the go-ahead. All very efficiently done but I'm puzzled as London, I believe, is lagging in the roll-out.
My OH got this, kinda 'here you are, do it yourself'.
Apparently, the company has done very well this year...
Being seventy I get offered the flu jab every year and take up the offer, can't recall ever having side effects. Last time I had flu, I think, was as a kid (last similar thing was chicken pox about 15 years ago). Am I right in thinking that you should take up the offer as you might be a carrier without any symptoms but still pass it on?
One of my all-time favourites, from the 90s, iirc, as are the other four.
Also these, 2 Ermenegildo Zegna, top , below, Kenzo, Armani and Missoni left to right - all vgc.
For those who might still enjoy the pleasure of wearing a tie,Chinese silk ties from back in the 80s (when I had a girlfriend from Beijing), most never worn. I'm in North London (Crouch End) but happy to meet up across London.
My neighbour packed in being a graphic designer to become a gardener, joining the host of other middle-aged male gardeners cutting hedges in my North London neighbourhood. He sports a pony-tail and permanent workwear and his wife is now the main breadwinner.
I think Prz's post has answered your question but you should bear in mind that you can't currently cross the Green Line south to north, unless you are a resident. The North/Turkish side has strict testing and quarantine in place at the moment.
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