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I'm not surprised by this. People of your political persuasion are usually quite content with drug use, mass migration and childbirth outside wedlock. However, I'm not and many others aren't either, and I'd merely like for the commentariat to at least acknowledge that there are alternatives.
However, there is an exception when it comes to tackling drug use, mass migration and births outside marriage as well as covid that they overlook time and time again: Japan.
No lockdown, total population 126.5 million, less than 3000 covid deaths.
There is an alternative. Always was.
And how would you enforce this? Don't think the country has enough police to be sat outside the houses of all the people who have tested positive for 24 hours a day.
And what about those who catch the virus and are completely asymptomatic, haven't downloaded the silly app, don't get a test and therefore never know they had the disease whilst they continue to spread it?
Now of those women who are child-bearing age, unless they have a severe comorbidity, it is almost certain that if they catch the virus they will develop no symptoms or mild symptoms at worse. The risk to people like Mr Renison in not having the vaccine is virtually nil.
Therefore, the guidance from MRHA should stand.
Some reading for you on the efficacy of masks: