End hospitality lock-down and ridiculous two-metre rule by Hugh Osmond The reasons we have 40,000 coronavirus deaths in the UK are very simple and have nothing to do with catching the virus down the pub on a Saturday night. Restaurants, pubs, shops, cinemas and socialising are not responsible for the UK’s death toll – this is obvious from the fact soft-lock-down Japan has so few deaths. Instead, this is what really happened: Despite warnings from China, in mid-February, the virus started to be carried into in-patient hospital wards by unwitting, asymptomatic medical staff, where it exploded. Covid-19 is perfectly adaptedRead More
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