Wales locks down as COVID-19 cases spike; Manchester resists


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Wales has become the second nation in the United Kingdom to lock down large swaths of its economy to combat rising coronavirus infections

Bad move. Going to cause more hardship and suffering for everyone.

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Lockdowns are survivable if you live in a country estate. But not survivable if you live in a council flat.

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The current peaks coincided with the new university year starting. I bet they will plateau or drop in the next couple of weeks.

My niece started uni at the start of the month, her uni is very strict and told all students that anyone breaking the rule of six or other social distancing rules would be immediately suspended. Persistent offenders or anyone organising a large gathering or deliberately breaking the rules will be expelled. No clusters at her uni, or her halls or residence. Why didn’t other unis warn students like this?

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Bad move. Going to cause more hardship and suffering for everyone.

If you paste this on every article it shows that you believe every country and government are essentially the same and in the same situation. Bad move.

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