Re: Should Boris Resign?
My point being that more testing tends to correlate with better management. You are keeping the mildly infected quarantined thus reducing further spread. It means less chance of someone more seriously infected taking up a hospital bed.
Granted Spain and Italy are anomalies in that regard, but other nations with more testing have lower death rates. That is the pattern.
I don't know how it is there but emergency messages inform you of hotspots nearby. 'If you were in location B at 2.35pm outside city hall please get tested'. Everybody sees it. It is monitored. I don't know how other countries are in that regard. International students in the UK say it has been handled poorly.
Anyway, with Johnson by extension you should probably be tracking and tracing and testing say a thousand people and in turn of those who have it track and trace who they have been in contact with and on it goes. You test a lot of people. It is a complex process, but experts can do this pretty well. By doing that you try to out maneuver the virus and get a semblance of control.
If you are not testing extensively either then you are asking for problems. The US death rate is not too bad for now, but with acceleration it will spike.
We annotvof course trust the Chinese data or the WHO who on February 4th said that nations had no reason to interfere with travel or trade as.....well.....blah. Liars.
Alex Jones needs deplatforming? Those twats were on Twitter lying again and again. Nobody cares.