Our government doesn’t need to fret over how to get out of lockdown. It just needs to look to the Australian state of Victoria.
Their first criterion was to get to less than 5 new cases a day (roughly 1 per million people). That target was achieved by taking the whole situation seriously with strict lockdowns in different areas. Then having achieved the target rate, the changes to each lockdown rule were announced, along with a timetable for the changes.
The rules were clear; everyone knew what they were, why they were there and therefore they were generally well supported. And Victoria was the worst performing state in Australia re Covid!
The contrast with the way the UK Conservative government, with all its resources has mishandled the pandemic could not be more embarrassing.
Anyone know what the tier 1/2/3 rules are? It’s tricky because they vary for different areas.
Anyone know what the criteria are for moving into or out of each tier? Is it any wonder there is a strong impression of the government making it up as they go? We deserve better.