Peter Hitchens on Twitter
"In the name of Covid, the state has come between spouses at the point of death, practically abolished weddings and funerals, prevented millions from making a living, confined us to our homes. Now it tells us what to wear. Is there no point at which people will say 'enough' ?"
Follow the Science?
In March, Dr Jenny Harries, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer, said wearing masks could actually put people more at risk.
"Tell me about the value of wearing face-masks, is there any point to that," Dr Harries was asked by PM Boris Johnson.
She replied: "If a healthcare professional hasn’t advised you to wear a face mask, it’s usually quite a bad idea. People tend to leave them on, they contaminate the face mask and then wipe it over something, so it’s really not a good idea and doesn’t help."
Even the UK government’s own website on Coronavirus states:
"Evidence suggests that wearing a face-covering does not protect you."
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said in April ‘there is currently no evidence that wearing a mask (whether medical or other types) by healthy persons in the wider community setting, including universal community masking, can prevent them from infection with respiratory viruses, including COVID-19’.
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We need at this stage to be getting back to the old, February 2020 normal, not consenting to an anti-human, New Abnormal. Instead of putting on masks and crossing to the other side of the road when a fellow human being approaches us, we need to be putting on our most cheerful, happy-go-lucky expressions and getting back to living life without fear of something which the statistics tell us is most unlikely to happen.
The random thoughts of 99th Monkey . . . an occasional rant and other reflections in the hall of mirrors.