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Readers’ comments: Virus’s lesson for the Lefties

In response to Laura Perrins: Covid-19: ‘Whatever it takes’ is too much, Mr Smith wrote: We couldn't have banned flights from China, for example, since they now...

Covid-19: ‘Whatever it takes’ is too much

WHAT can the government not do? It’s just a question I want to ask as the hysteria over coronavirus grows. I ask because so...

Coronavirus: have we learnt nothing?

IN THE days before one of the many reorganisations of the NHS, investigation of notifiable diseases was a local authority function, and public health...

From indecisive to plain risky – Johnson’s virus policy

THE British government says that it wants to slow the spread of Covid-19 to reduce peak demand on healthcare – an approach known as...

Is this really the right way to beat the virus?

MANY of us were at a loss to understand how allowing coronavirus-infected people to enter Britain from locked-down regions of Italy, without restriction, would...

Welcome to Naomi Seibt, the cure for Gretavirus

THREE cheers for Sky News Channel in Australia for giving a young lady called Naomi Seibt the platform she's been so far denied by the...

In the pandemic debate, a striking omission

THE government is being criticised over its strategy for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Its critics claim that it is not doing enough to produce...

Trump, Johnson and a Covid-19 dilemma

IN A live national TV broadcast early yesterday, US President Donald Trump dramatically banned travel from the EU in the hope of controlling the...

Virus could bring out the best in us

AS WE see from China and Italy, the challenge of Covid-19 is not just the virus itself but the restrictions that come with quarantining...

TCW poll: Is the PM wrong to keep Parliament open? You vote!

A Cabinet minister is being tested for coronavirus after contact with Nadine Dorries, the health minister who has already contracted the illness. Four other MPs are...

Coronavirus: Is the cure worse than the disease?

AMERICAN writer H L Mencken provided a perspective on scares in 1918: ‘Civilisation, in fact, grows more and more maudlin and hysterical; especially under...

The grim diagnosis: We didn’t prepare to face an epidemic

IF you are still reassuring yourself that we just need to be British about it all, please read these two accounts by hospital doctors...

Virus arithmetic adds up to NHS chaos

LET’S look at WuFlu in computing terms. China has belatedly chosen to be like my laptop (Windows 10/Chrome): clogging the system with compulsory protection,...

Coronavirus: Is this a Phoney War?

AS CASES of Covid-19 approach six figures globally and close in on the century in the UK, our government has released its Action Plan. Before...

Coronavirus – keep calm and make a plan

WHILE some of the press produce shouty headlines for fun and profit and others affect armchair insouciance, the truth lies somewhere in between: no, it’s...

A DIY guide to dodging the virus

IS Covid-19 a scare story? Pace a number of TCW commenters on the last piece: no. You will recall that Professor Neil Ferguson was quoted as saying the...

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