Precisely at the moment when there was the strongest possibility that the government would have to revert to the restrictions it had irreversibly removed, and invoke measures which would require the full confidence of its public, it became mired in scandal
Since early February 2020, there have been government decisions which were obviously wrong at the time they were made. To date, the mistakes of the UK government in managing the pandemic are encompassed in three main factors
Years of copious research from masses of accumulated, real-world data has created a knowledgebase which, despite its prowess, gives no clear indication as to how long a pandemic will last. A few weeks, months, years? No one knows. Therefore, there was no reason to expect or assume that Covid-19 would be short-lived. In the absence…
The task of guiding and managing a population through a pandemic falls to government. At times of national emergency, there are four factors which a government must control and command.