I'm confused by the message being reported from government that it's "business as usual" when it clearly is no such thing.
I think you've been falling for the hype. For the vast majority of the population it is business as usual, this virus isn't changing our life in any way.
The government and media continue to send out very mixed and confusing messages even today.
That's because the government are incompetent and have been caught off guard.
The media will hype things up because that's what they do and what sells papers and gets viewers
Why doesn't the Health Secretary get on TV and do an actual formal TV address for all channels for 10 minutes to make crystal clear what the score is.
The Health Secretary does seem to be getting his hands tied a bit by the ideology of those at number 10.
But really, is there any need for that, again I think you're falling for the scare stories. Even if he did do what you suggest the scare stories are more compelling and people won't take any notice
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