Virginia Pollard If the transmission rate increases they are putting the lives of health and social care workers, who seem to I don’t need an alarm clock I have a French Bulldog shirt be more vulnerable if they get covid, at risk. They are also putting the lives of the elderly and vulnerable, keyworkers, and teachers at risk if the number of infections in their community rises as a result of their actions. Tim Wilyman It is inevitable IMHO that gradually most people will forget to socially distance and go back to normal. A few will be too frightened to go ever again too crowded places. We will have a second spike of infection but economic fears will stop another lockdown.
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Jason Turner Perhaps if more folks actually trusted the government they might listen…I don’t trust them and barely take any notice of I don’t need an alarm clock I have a French Bulldog shirt them and that’s something that existed long before this virus. But the medical experts are saying it too people say…last time I followed medical advice it nearly killed me. Things only improved after I began ignoring my GP advice so already one can clearly see a disconnect when it comes to trust. Steve Simon Get out and enjoy life and make sure humanity and society return to normal. Shake hands, hug, show affection, be close to others… Do your bit to help mankind. It’s like helping the NHS but way more fun. Beryl June Reader When the sun is out, the sky is blue and it’s warm, people are going to go to the coast! Simples! We’ve been today, so what?!