Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

London To Go To Tier 3


 

Handcock confirmed yesterday that London will go into Tier 3 on Wednesday.

It is worth remembering that other countries in Europe are under a stricter lockdown and some, eg Germany, closed their bars/restaurants some weeks ago. Yet they are seeing an increase in cases.

Here are a few points worth remembering:

- The people ordering lockdowns and pub closures will not be losing their jobs and, when this is over, will still be paid and entitled to a nice defined benefit pension when they retire.

- Bars and restaurants are not responsible for the increase in cases (especially in countries where they are already closed!).

- The more restrictions you place on people, and the less opportunity you give them to socialise in clean well ventilated places (eg pubs), the more inclined they are to break the rules.

- Where the pubs are shut, or placed under idiotic restrictions (eg the "substantial meal" rule) people socialise in each others' homes.

- It is clear, based on the petty minded nonsense of some of the restrictions, that SAGE does not understand human nature.

- Households are the prime drivers of infection; as they are not well ventilated, not clean and not socially distanced (unlike pubs and restaurants).

- SAGE will always recommend stricter lockdowns, it has become a scratched record that needs to be thrown away.


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1 comment:

  1. Last time I saw figues pubs and eateries were accused of 3% of the infections. 10% plus of all infections are nosocomial infections in hospitals. When are these being shut down? Oh, they are not. So why are pubs being shut down? Utter stupidity as is the utterly bonkers rule about eating a substantial meal if tier 2. Does a big meal protect against a respiratory virus? No, of course not. This is just hysteria over a mild virus no more dangerous than influenza.

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