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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Thu Jan 07, 2021 9:39 pm  

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Thankfully nobody cares about your opinion.


You cared enough to post
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Wed Jan 27, 2021 4:11 pm  

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According to the PM, it's too early to say where any mistakes have been made in the Covid response.
The UK now has the highest death rate per capita in the world and many of those death are at the feet of the country's "leader".
Too indecisive to act, either when closing borders, going into lockdown or his "world beating" test and trace.

Shame on him.
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Wed Jan 27, 2021 8:23 pm  
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shame on the lefties spilling hate and insults, wish I had a green username.
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Wed Jan 27, 2021 10:18 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
According to the PM, it's too early to say where any mistakes have been made in the Covid response.
The UK now has the highest death rate per capita in the world and many of those death are at the feet of the country's "leader".
Too indecisive to act, either when closing borders, going into lockdown or his "world beating" test and trace.

Shame on him.


When you are the only country in the world that reports deaths as “any reason within 28 days of a positive test” I’m not surprised we do.
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Thu Jan 28, 2021 9:07 am  

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When you are the only country in the world that reports deaths as “any reason within 28 days of a positive test” I’m not surprised we do.



Although the excess deaths figure which is the internationally accepted standard to work out mortality rates pretty much equals the above and still confirms that we are the worst in Europe for Covid deaths
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Thu Jan 28, 2021 9:59 am  

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What I don't understand is why the government don't simply explain the thinking behind the decisions - if mistakes have happened then people will understand the logic - dealing with this is not an exact science as we have seen across the world.

Would it not be simple to explain why they delayed the first lockdown - they didn't want to trash the economy - perfectly logical position

Why didn't we have sufficient PPE - finite money it was invested in other more pressing areas - actually how many trusts in the NHS did run out - none.

Care homes - we panicked when we saw what was going on in Italy - in hindsight very poor decision

Communication would have gone a long way - sadly politicians never want to admit they got it wrong - and no one gets everything right
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Sat Jan 30, 2021 9:13 am  

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What I don't understand is why the government don't simply explain the thinking behind the decisions - if mistakes have happened then people will understand the logic - dealing with this is not an exact science as we have seen across the world.

Would it not be simple to explain why they delayed the first lockdown - they didn't want to trash the economy - perfectly logical position

Why didn't we have sufficient PPE - finite money it was invested in other more pressing areas - actually how many trusts in the NHS did run out - none.

Care homes - we panicked when we saw what was going on in Italy - in hindsight very poor decision

Communication would have gone a long way - sadly politicians never want to admit they got it wrong - and no one gets everything right


Yes but, The Government was advised to "lock down" on 3 occasions and on ALL 3 occasions, although we did follow the advice, there were a few weeks delay.
Not being able to grasp the fact that acting early saves lives and means that restrictions will be in place for less time, has been just too difficult for the Bojo circus to understand and having just lost a good friend to Covid, this is just unforgivable, absolutely unforgivable.
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Sat Jan 30, 2021 4:12 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Yes but, The Government was advised to "lock down" on 3 occasions and on ALL 3 occasions, although we did follow the advice, there were a few weeks delay.
Not being able to grasp the fact that acting early saves lives and means that restrictions will be in place for less time, has been just too difficult for the Bojo circus to understand and having just lost a good friend to Covid, this is just unforgivable, absolutely unforgivable.


I agree - but it would be helpful to understand why?
Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Sat Jan 30, 2021 9:26 pm  

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shame on the lefties spilling hate and insults, wish I had a green username.


Well get your thinking cap on so you can use it for your next resurrection :D
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Re: Covid Christmas Chaos Sat Jan 30, 2021 11:01 pm  
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Well get your thinking cap on so you can use it for your next resurrection :D


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He can have that one for nowt.
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