Saturday September 19, 2020

A ‘one size fits all’ approach is not what the country needs

Instead of constantly firefighting the virus and relying on a one-size fits all approach, a graded system of alerts that could be implemented on a regional basis should aim to suppress the virus as much as possible

13th September, 2020
We are facing a crucial juncture in our experience of the pandemic, both with the replication of the virus itself, and our management of it

We are facing a crucial juncture in our experience of the pandemic, both with the replication of the virus itself, and our management of it.

Case numbers have been rising for two months, and will continue into a slower but potentially larger second wave unless we take action. The rate of increase will accelerate with the opening of schools, colleges and pubs.

Covid-19 hospital admissions are also increasing, as are cases among the elderly, and...

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