B0ycey wrote:Why do they not apply to the UK? :?:
And more importantly what are they???
Many more one person households, which makes it easier to contain the spread of the virus.
Moreover, there is more trust in the public health agency.
People are largely obeying social distancing advice, whereas over here they weren't and still aren't doing it enough.
I don't claim to be remembering rightly, but I'm pretty sure I read approximately a third of Brits are refusing to comply with social distancing as they believe it's not necessary.
Although their figures per capita currently mirror that of their Scandinavian neighbours who have stronger measures, Denmark are talking about reducing some measures like reopening schools. Perhaps because the measures are to reduce the fallout when Scandinavia are not in a fallout. Unless Europe are considering these measures to last for a significant amount of time, nations who are over protective now are at a greater risk from a second wave than those of a high infection rate once restrictions are lifted. Which happened with the Spanish flu.
Coronavirus isn't the Spanish flu, or anything like it. It's not flu.
Whatever Denmark are talking about, Sweden is talking about imposing stronger restrictions.
Closing schools may not have achieved much, although it does for what you could normal outbreaks of flu.
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