johnm wrote:@eltonioni In respect of items 1, 2 and 3 did you actually comprehend what I wrote????
I assume that NHS front line workers were wearing PPE
Primary care only got PPE very recently (Mrs E's firm only started habitually wearing it last week) although it's of little consequence really because the point is that they are in a network of workers carrying on with a life of going to work, kids at school, public transport, and they are STILL not catching it. Your three people who are off work / social isolating aren't remotely comparable as a group.
This is all a mere supporting act to the only thing I have a problem with - that compulsory masks will maintain fear and prevent people getting back to work and some kind of normality.
If there's a sudden spike of economic activity when masks become compulsory my concerns will have been unfounded and we're better off.
I don't think that will happen though and if I am even half right you fearful / fearmongers need to find another solution fast because you're keeping us in the brown stuff and the chancellor is coming for your pensions, savings and assets. The deficit just went up by a factor of 4x from last year.
I want to be wrong. God help us if I'm right.
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