Actions speak louder than words…
Boris Johnson and his chief science and medical officers still took questions from journalists by video link in his press briefing on Wednesday afternoon – despite ample room for ‘social distancing’.
Yet we’re supposed to believe that he thinks it’s safe:
- for kids and teachers to be un-distanced in tight classrooms, where outbreaks are happening too fast to keep track
- for workers to return to workplaces with the sick joke of ‘covid-secure’ to protect them, as the rate of infection turns exponential
- for people to eat indoors in busy restaurants or drink in busy pubs – as long as its with more strangers than friends or family – even though Matt Hancock has admitted that pubs act as epicentres of outbreaks
Actions speak louder than words, Bozo. You’re heaping guilt onto the already towering pile atop your head.
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