All the while "non-essential" stores stay largely closed, except for "click and collect", the truth about the real source of corona infections keeps coming out, like the fact that it is spread through hospitals:
Up to 40 per cent of coronavirus infections in hospital patients during the first wave of the pandemic could have been caught on NHS wards, scientists have claimed in evidence presented to No10's top advisers.
It is as I have always suspected. Another 40% is spread through nursing homes and similar institutions, at-home care and social workers going door-to-door to remind the unemployed to brush their teeth on time. And the last 20% will be visiting, school and workplace, but, of course, we can't admit it since it would highlight our society's real problems (like outsourcing of elderly care from family to strangers), so we'll have to keep these stores closed another month, or until Germany opens theirs.
The current epidemic is a good reason to engage in fat-shaming though:
The ex-Blue Peter presenter, 60, shared a cartoon of a large woman in a wheelchair, who is carrying a McDonald’s bag, warning a maskless female: “Put a mask on! You’re putting my health at risk.”
She captioned the image: “Go for it!”
She went on to criticise the “selfish attitudes” of people who she accused of “lazy lifestyle choices” that “endanger us all”.
You can read the whole article over here.