Norpig wrote:I'm sure all the families of people who died in the ITU and other wards at my Hospital would disagree with you that Covid isn't a serious issue 63.
Hang on Norpig, at which point did I say it wasn’t a serious issue? It was hugely serious for those over 75 and some younger with other morbidities. Outside of those very few younger people suffered seriously and children almost not at all. My belief is that the one size fits all plan was totally unnecessary and history proves that. Even the mythical 150k Covid deaths figure we know is incorrect with only around half that total actually dying from the virus itself and even then they mainly had other illness and were over 85?
Was it really worth devastating the economy, destroying businesses, loading our uneducated kids with a lifetime of debt to repay and ignoring all other illnesses in favour of Covid. We couldn’t see dying relatives or even attend their funerals and what thought was given to the mental health of our teenagers? Of course some suffered but the vast majority didn’t and the worst effects of Covid were self inflicted by governments not the virus itself.