Early this morning, BBC 1 were out in Winchester, 135 cases per 100 000, to ask:
What’s the reaction [to the full lockdown] been in towns where infection rates have been relatively low?
The reaction was mixed, from a sense of injustice to a weary acceptance. The readers of the Daily Mail there are unlikely to be encouraged to be compliant:
North Lanarkshire had 144 cases in the last 24 hours and with a population of 340 000, that’s 34 per 100 000. Only a few days ago, we heard that Lanarkshire just missed going into Level 4.
I’m not complaining, just observing.