No, You.ve clearly missed the point exactly the opposite We should have been protecting the old and vulnerable by making it easier for them to self isolate. That's where the money should have been spent looking after the 5 million people at home who would be most likely to catch it, become ill and possibly die.Moribund wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 7:13 pmAye, [SwearFilter] anyone who is not white, over 65, works for the NHS or has health issues.NORTHERNSOUL wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 7:09 pm
Only if your a bedwetter and scared of something that hardly exists unless you've over 65. Try listening to the real statistics instead of govt propaganda that's there purely to cover over the masses of mistakes that this government have made since day one.
And for starters here's a couple to get you going if your white, under 65, don't work in the NHS or care and have no underlying conditions the total number of deaths in your group is less than 250 out of 36000 and the total percentage of people in the country who have been affected by the virus is just 0.25%.
While the rest of us got on with our lives and fought the virus but instead Boris was running around like a headless chicken telling us to wash our hands than when he realised plan one hadn't worked he lost the plot shutting the country down trashing the economy for a couple of decades when it was pretty clear that most people in the category I mentioned at worst would get symptoms no worse than normal flu and the few that did need to get hospitalised would be in and out pretty quickly because the place wasn't being overrun and badly infected by old and vulnerable people who should have been safely tucked up at home.
Thankfully now the policy is being driven by the people and Boris is hiding under his bed and so he should because I can't see a simple decision he made to which there wasn't a better option. Should have stopped listening to likes of that Whittey bloke and handed the whole thing over to the Military from day one.