Not ruining The Lawn would be the best option for Dawlish.
@Lynne Are you really saying that sick people were better off suffering and possibly dying at home than risk being admitted to hospital for treatment? In any event they had little choice because the NHS abandoned them, or in some cases even told them to seek private treatment.
I’m more concerned about all the other illnesses that have been ignored since last year, when the NHS became the National Covid Service. Let’s have a trip around the empty cancer wards shall we? Victims of the Covid dementia disaster: How 50,000 cases were missed in lockdown as audit reveals 330,000 fewer hospital admissions for cancer, heart attacks, stroke, diabetes and mental illness ...
@Carer How dare you presume to know my vax status. I did however bin all my spare masks last weekend.
It's just three weeks to flatten the curve' 'It's just a little longer to protect the NHS' 'It's just until we have a vaccine' 'It's a lockdown to save Christmas' 'It's just until the vulnerable are vaccinated' 'It's just until everyone is vaccinated' 'It's just a vaccine passport' And today: 'It's just an app to monitor your lifestyle' See where this is going?
The mask mandate came into force in England on 24th July 2020, until then few people wore them in shops or on transport, at that point last year covid cases had dropped to record low levels. The mask mandate made no sense, and mask wearing didn't stop covid returning in the autumn and winter months. Sheeple can continue to wear masks if they want, and the rest of us will enjoy the fresh air.
How do you explain covid almost being eliminated last June with minimal mask use and no vaccine? I have never been able to receive an answer to this elephant in the room.
What I do remember is that between March and June last year masks were not required and most people did not wear them in shops or on transport, yet by June cases and deaths had flatlined without a vaccine even in sight. At that point masks were inexplicably mandated, but they did nothing to prevent cases rising in the autumn and winter, which indicates masks are useless and covid is yet another ...
Why shouldn't people travel to the south west - or anywhere else - for a holiday, not everyone is fortunate enough to live in a nice place like Dawlish. And if there is another lockdown it will either mean billions have been spent on vaccines that don't work, or this is not just about a virus.
People are allowed to travel after 16 months of restrictions, we don't live in North Korea, although it feels like it at times.