As my argument is that lockdown doesn't make much difference to spread, the best point of attack is finding/taking up effective treatments.
Sorry but I can’t take your first point with any degree of seriousness. Containment is not a cure, but I find the pathology of your reasoning stubborn at best. Going to have to email said ICU mate to register who can walk you through the clinical points A-Z on why lockdown was essential and weeks too late. The govt knew for months the shit was going to hit, Bojo missed stacks of critical meetings and now we are where we are.As my argument is that lockdown doesn't make much difference to spread, the best point of attack is finding/taking up effective treatments.
Shielding the vulnerable is a different matter to locking down a vast majority that is largely invulnerable.Said mate will also be able to give case studies where palliative care patients who wanted to die at home ended up infecting entire care teams, ie both day and night shifts.
@mixed_biscuits That right there is the capstone to the gaps of logic in you argument if you factor in the 40+ year old demographics and relationship to symptom complications, rising upwards with 50+. As Tea states, that’s a lot of people, all apparently expendable.Shielding the vulnerable is a different matter to locking down a vast majority that is largely invulnerable.
Read this eating Hobnobs. Too many layers of irony. Are you accessing my comp’s cam?washyourhands has become sucked into the biscuit vortex. he doesn;t realise yet that there's no escape. you keep going round and round in circles of ever decreasing circumference, faster and faster and faster.