I think it could be time to retreat to that Fallout style bunker I built a few years back. I have enough tins of beans to last for the next decade. See you in 2030 suckers.
Because if they drop the Tier system now it's an admission of failure. That doesn't fit with the narrative therefore cannot happen.
Until of course it has to happen. Got to make sure there's enough blame to throw at someone else first though.
The vaccine programme is going to have to be accelerated and I think schools are going to have shut for the foreseeable.
I'd be afraid to ponder on how things would be if we hadn't had tiers in place. Stop moaning.
It's a failure because you can have as high a level of tier as you like, with as many restrictions as you like, but when the covidiots keep ignoring it and do what they want, meet who they want etc etc, you won't ever get a handle on it.
FWIW here’s some thoughts from Dr Hodcroft on the newly discovered strains from South Africa and Wales...
I see that it’s now responsible for an estimated 10% of infections in Ireland too.So there's a UK variant, a Welsh variant, and a South African variant, all three of which are present in the UK.
That gives some context to the spike in Welsh case numbers post circuit break.
I see that it’s now responsible for an estimated 10% of infections in Ireland too.
According to latest ONS estimate, half of all Covid infections in England are new variant, while in Scotland this is 40 percent. It's fast becoming the dominant strain, with cases overall trending upward.
That's probably not the Christmas message everyone wants, so sincere seasons greetings to all and stay safe.
For anyone wondering how they came up with these percentage figures, my undestanding is that it's from actual PCR tests data. The one mostly used in UK (TaqPath) test for 3 pieces of genes. UK variant with 69-70 deletion shows negative signal for genes encoding spike while being positive on 2 others. They can use this PCR test to track this new variant instead of extensive sequencing process.