Sneag wrote:I don't get the whole 'lock down too early & the public will get bored' argument. If events are cancelled, then you ain't going, it doesn't matter how bored you get.
I don’t think it’s the bored thing so much. The spread through the community needs to be managed as much as possible. Doing it now would overburden the NHS when it’s stretched already due to winter flu
Personally I’ve been working flat out to get the business for to operate if we send back office workers home. Unfortunately the most visible part of the business involves rescuing people who have broken down.
I heard that schools are closing next Friday too.
I’m supposed to be in Gloucester three weeks today for the Army v RAF rugby. We’ve all decided we are still going on the lash whether the game is on or not.