Only UK data are used in this extensive report but you knew that anyway.
Here are some:
Scotland’s MSM are, of course, looking at other things such as ‘failed pollution targets’, and one woman’s parking problems.
But as you can see clearly above, Scotland has the lowest infection rate, it’s half that in England and less than a third that in Northern Ireland and it’s still falling even though it gets harder to do so as you reach a low level.
Why is this? Better Scottish government management of the pandemic? If not why not?
Is this in the public interest at all?
How does Nick answer his question? He doesn’t directly, of course but the message from the expert quotes is that we’re all going to get it, that France and the Netherland have higher levels despite its stringent measures and there’s maybe a little glee in this:
And this combination of the virus becoming almost unstoppable but also less severe means even those who once advocated a Zero-Covid approach, such as Edinburgh University’s Prof Devi Sridhar, accept it is time to change tactics.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-60161124