On the 8th of June, the 7 day average for the number of new cases was 31.6 and for deaths it was 7.4.
Yesterday, only one month later, the 7 day average for the number of new cases was 7.1 and for deaths was 0.6.
In the last three days, the average number of new cases has fallen again to only 4 suggesting that, all going well, zero is possible soon.
This is a stunning achievement, newsworthy you’d think, and credit in large part to the First Minister, the Health Secretary and their team, in keeping the message clear and consistent and refusing to be told what to do by those balloons not running things, in Westminster.
Has any other country, after being initially hamstrung by a misguided collective ‘strategy’, achieved so much?