Just watch the positive case numbers shoot upwards thereafter!!!
There's still plenty in the at risk category who don't want the jab (I know a bloke in his seventies who still thinks the vaccinations are all some sort of a conspiracy or other - I make my excuse and get on with my business rather than hear what his beliefs are - which by the way he got from reading social media!).
Looks like with most of us in the high risk categories having had our two jabs, and the jabs seemingly keeping a goodly percentage of us all away from hospital and death (not all of us by all means though!) then the view has switched finally to herd infection - as the younger ones (50 and under) seem to not be badly effected even if they caught Covid.
I did point out to my mate that this was clearly going to happen - and even let him know that there were pop-up, walk-in vaccination locations in the local area where he could get a jab this weekend if he had a mind to - but he started to give me his spiel about the government and how it can't be trusted instead.
Hope he doesn't end up regretting his anti-vax belief.
Covid-19: Masks will become personal choice, says Robert Jenrick
When asked on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show whether he was confident that all restrictions would end in England on 19 July, Mr Jenrick said: "It does look as if - thanks to the success of the vaccine programme - that we now have the scope to roll back those restrictions and return to a normality as far as possible."
He said cases might continue to rise significantly as restrictions were eased.
"But we now have to move into a different period where we learn to live with the virus, we take precautions and we as individuals take personal responsibility," he said.