Why is only 1 in 42 000 approaching BBC Scotland to complain?

What’s this report above about?

Bruce Reid hoped to go out clubbing for Halloween last weekend but a problem with his vaccine passport that he has been trying to fix for two months means nightclubs are off limits.

The 26-year-old clinical database designer insists he had both his jabs (sic) at Edinburgh’s EICC mass vaccination centre earlier this year. But his Covid vaccination status says he has only had one.

He therefore can’t get a full vaccine certification, commonly known as a “vaccine passport”, which is a requirement for nightclubs and large events.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-59158018

The report is by David Wallace Lockhart:

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Bruce is upset. He wants to go clubbing. Really? I didn’t know clinical database designers were into that kind of thing.

David tells us:

BBC Scotland has obtained figures showing more than 42,000 have reported errors in their vaccination records since July.

Wow! You’d think he’d have interviewed more than one of them. Have their problems been sorted out? Did you ask that?

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10 thoughts on “Why is only 1 in 42 000 approaching BBC Scotland to complain?

  1. Upon deportation after Indy Of David Wallace Lockhart he shall have no problems with regards Passport errors
    As it will be stamped in large red letters
    The day he attempts to return
    TRAITOR

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  2. Does the BBC ever report the FREQUENT errors with companies like TSB when hundreds of thousands of errors occur on a regular basis denying customers access to their accounts ?
    That is a far bigger problem than refusing a pal of David Wallace Lockhart’s entry to a club !

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  3. Ah, the Wallet-Lockjaw effect “…but a problem with his vaccine passport that he has been trying to fix for two months means nightclubs are off limits”
    Ahem, it is vaccination record he’s trying to fix not the vaccination passport which only became mandatory 17 days ago on 18th October…

    Yet the classic, “BBC Scotland has obtained figures showing more than 42,000 have reported errors in their vaccination records since July” headline…. followed by a screed of reasons why the headline is utterly meaningless….

    But it is Bruce’s over-egging the pudding which stands out –
    “With vaccine passports being mandatory now, this error is restricting my ability to attend social events” – Note the BLANKET restriction, does he only go clubbing ?

    “I’ve had to cancel plans a few times since the beginning of October” – despite the mandatory aspect only beginning from the 18th.

    Presumably as a software geek he didn’t think to ask for a paper confirmation to be sent ?

    Contrived tripe.

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  4. Alas, BBC Hootsmon tries to distract us from Tory sleaze and corruption with the Boris mantra:–

    “Jabs….. jabs…. jabbies…. jobbies”!

    If you squint, turn off your brain and hum loudly, it kinda works—-but only if you answer to……..DRossie or Hi Jack (anory)!

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  5. What to say, poor guy, it’s bloody tragic and the FM should resign without delay, wrecking young nerds’ lives, (no offense nerds are cool I know some!). Why don’t they put some music on at home and dance around the computer, that way they will save money, and stay safe! Jeez what’s wrong with nerdy geeks these days, clubs never used to be full of them years ago, did they?

    Sorry but I just find this all ridiculous and of course it’s designed to take any attention away from Scotland’s excellent hard working First Minister and the fact she has been meeting with world leaders re COP26, to talk about saving the planet for nerds geeks and all sorts of young people who want to dance into the night. If Scotland doesn’t escape the cesspit UK, they will be slaving away picking vegetables for the far right wing into their eighties, if allowed to live that long that is! Idiots.

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