Commentary #8 of 2021: Toldya: Covid cases now dropping in the UK after WHO changes testing criteria
In Commentary #5, I covered how the WHO had changed the Covid testing criteria, which would lead to a drop in cases.
Well, it's beginning to happen in the UK. This from my Lunchtime Briefing email from the Spectator:
We are being told that the lockdown we're under here in the UK will be coming to an end soon, but I wouldn't hold my breath. The essential places - pubs, shops, restaurants - won't be opened yet, not until picnics are allowed again. Considering it's still cold here in the UK and we keep having bouts of snow every other day, I think picnicking is not on anyone's list of things to do just yet. The fact the Government are not prioritising the hospitality and retail sectors shows their painful disconnect from the ordinary lives of the people who pay their gross salaries, as well as from reality.
If this lockdown does end, and doesn't morph into another Tier criteria we had between July and November 2020, it will be a miracle.
And since it's Lent now, I will be offering my fasting for the complete end of lockdown, the annihilation of Covidism, and all that it implies.