Visiting Scotland from England to see mother in law in hospital. Lovely to be in a country where people wear masks in shops and service stations. Thank you Scotland!
Citing the extraordinary high number of covid cases in the UK, French scientist Nathan Peiffer-Smadja writes
"The UK showing us why we shouldn't give up masks too quickly"
As with our world-beating Brexit, our covid response shows the world what not to do
I don't wish to sound alarmist but, 148 covid deaths and 43,243 cases over the past 24 hours, this indicates failed policy in the UK.
Germany with a larger population had 8 deaths and 2,354 cases.
Shouldn't we try to save lives and reduce cases with basic measures?
Saw a tweet this morning which made me think
One of our MPs is murdered and we relook at measures to keep all of our MPs safe.
More than 1,000 a week die from covid and our government still refuse to tell people to
This picture is a fantastic example of why we say:
Vulnerable people cannot be expected to protect themselves.
#WearAMask and isolate if you have been in contact with Covid. Even if you are vaccinated. https://twitter.com/eddygraham39/status/1449340486343331843 …
If Hancock's role at the UN was withdrawn because he led one of the world's worst covid responses.
What does it say about the integrity of Whitty and Vallance who cannot even get England to
#WearAMask resulting in 1 in 60, that's nearly 900,000 having covid last week?