Set aside the bleak spin so dedicatedly promoted by the High Priests and True Believers of the Lockdown Death Cult and reflect that:
Surely we should rejoice shouldn’t we? COVID could have turned out to be a whole lot worse. It could have been as bad as Spanish Flu or even a modern seasonal flu but we’ve been spared that. Thank God.
The vast majority of people are not in danger of being killed by this bug as its death rate is fairly low overall and it tends to kill the very ill and/or old,
Its demographics – in that it is dangerous for the very old and/or very ill – make it a relatively easy bug to contain -at least it would have, had the government been motivated by common sense.
Apparently last month more people were killed by flu according to the ONS. Good news for the majority then!
But still a worry for people ill, obese, on drugs, meds or alcohol or very old or with otherwise weakened immune systems.
But anyone who is worried about being vulnerable can take charge of their own destiny and thoroughly self isolate, avoid shops etc etc and only have visitors who have been thoroughly cleaned, are wearing masks and gloves and keep a 2m distance.
If vulnerable people take the necessary steps to protect themselves and the rest of us who are not in danger help them out by, for example doing their shopping for them (there were 750 0 0 people volunteered to help when this thing started, so why not make good use iof all that good will?) then these common sense measures will work without having to shut down the economy, inhibit the human rights of the healthy majority and impoverish the country ever again.
After all, an impoverished country will not be able to sustain an effective NHS and that will put far more people at risk from a far wider spectrum of illnesses .
I should also add that whilst one can sympathise with the fears of those who are vulnerable to COVID, one can equally sympathise with the fears of people vulnerable to heart disease, cancer etc, for currently they cannot even been sure of getting treatment as so much of the NHS was shut down to prioritise COVID – although as we now know, the rush predicted by the idiot mathematician Ferguson never materialised – not even close.
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