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Lockdown delay decision looms as UK records 7,000 cases two days in a row

Lockdown delay decision looms as UK records 7,000 cases two days in a row

Doubt continues to grow over the expected announcement on the 14th of June regarding whether the UK will end its lockdown on the 21st, or delay the date, as cases continue to rise in the country. Over a million people registered to be vaccinated after over-25s were allowed to join the queue, but the fast-spreading Delta variant now represents 91% of cases and is causing an increase in cases.

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donkeyscommand 1 weeks

Polls show a third of Brits are continuing to isolate from friends and family, though the government has already said this can resume in some forms. A majority feel the government has not been strict enough, and the increase in cases is very troubling. The brighter side is that vaccinations in the UK are still speeding up, but wouldn’t be surprised if Johnson waited.

RABBLE ROUSER
RABBLE ROUSER 1 weeks

How many of these 'cases' are actually ill? How have we allowed decades of accepted science on what constitutes a case to be completely replaced by perfectly healthy people being tested by wholly unsuitable PCR tests counted towards the justification for keeping other perfectly healthy people under house arrest? This is pure madness, and opening the door to much worse than a strong authoritarian state.

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