Annabel Denham writes for The Telegraph
In an article for The Telegraph
, IEA Director of Communications Annabel Denham asks whether “preventing the NHS from being overwhelmed” has been sidelined as justification for lockdowns. Have the goalposts been moved without anyone noticing? And had we been told in March that lockdowns would be imposed until the virus had been eradicated or vaccine discovered, would the British public have supported it with the same zeal? Annabel also argues that, come September, schools must be the priority.
“If Professor Chris Whitty is right that July was as good as it gets, that we are now back to the schools vs pubs debate, we should be clear on why these lockdowns are being imposed, and certain that the trade-offs are worth it.”
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