Sorry @Sparkle, know its not on point, but I have to respectfully educate the audience on science. I will refrain from calling him a simpleton or intellectual pygmy though, just so that it is not too antagonistic.
Okay Dan, when you say there is 'no evidence that it reduces transmission of delta', did you include this rather comprehensive piece of evidence:-
"We show that the third wave of infections in England was being driven primarily by the Delta variant in younger, unvaccinated people. This focus of infection offers considerable scope for interventions to reduce transmission among younger people, with knock-on benefits across the entire population. Also, given the rapid rise of the Delta variant in Europe, the USA, South Asia and elsewhere, and its estimated increased transmissibility, patterns observed in England indicate what may happen elsewhere. In our data, the highest prevalence of infection was among 12 to 24 year olds, raising the prospect that vaccinating more of this group by extending the UK programme to those aged 12 to 17 years could substantially reduce transmission potential in the autumn when levels of social mixing increase"
Like im not 100% sure what you count as evidence, like I know Sandra your hairdresser may disagree, but the above study does kinda indicate that there might be some kinda link behind it.
Anyway, just to keep it on track. Dont go to Ibrox without the vaccine (unless medically exempt)!