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Loose Women published this video item, entitled “Freedom Passes For The Fully Vaccinated Divide The Panel in Passionate Debate | Loose Women” – below is their description.
As the Covid-19 vaccine continues to roll out across the UK, Tony Blair is calling for those who have been double-jabbed to have a freedom pass to allow them to enjoy things such as foreign travel and even vaccine-only restaurants. Ruth, Coleen, Janet and Gloria discuss whether the double-vaccinated should be able to enjoy greater freedoms or if this isn’t fair for those who cannot get the vaccine or do not want to get it.
From series 25, broadcast on 08/06/21Loose Women YouTube Channel
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