Tomás Ryan: A fourth wave of Covid is not inevitable – it’s a choice
We can turn this around, and it doesn’t have to mean living in lockdown for most of the year. It means learning from successful counties and pushing Covid cases down to low numbers
Last week, I had an uncomfortable conversation with my nine-year-old daughter. She asked how a government that cares about its people can be afraid of Covid-19, and also be afraid of the solutions shown to work against Covid-19 in other countries?
I struggled to reply. Eventually she answered it for me: “It’s not Covid-19 that the government are afraid of – they’re afraid of making choices.”
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