IN response to Malcolm Hood: In the war on Covid, competence is the first casualty, 39 Pontiac Dream wrote:
I hate it when people describe current events as a ‘war on’ the virus. It’s not a physical entity we can fight and it’ll be around for a long time.
If, from the start, we had a competent government which hadn’t declared ‘war’, we’d have sent resources and funds to the places that needed them most and kept the country running as normal. Waving your arms around in the air, trying to fight an invisible disease, is as pointless as practically every measure this government has inflicted on the country.