If any Canadians visit Hawaii they will need to self-isolate for two weeks after return. Getting there isn't going to be that easy either, as currently only about 3 or 4 airports in Canada are conducting international flights.Can they get back again?
The article you cite is pay-walled so I can't read it.(...) Edit to add comment on economy - I think your data is not up to date. Google FT article "Swedish companies reap benefits of countries Covid-19 approach"
"Economists and central banks forecast that Sweden’s GDP this year should decline by about 5 per cent, broadly in line with Norway and Denmark and far better than the likes of Italy, the UK or France. "
And your own quote from your source does not disagree with that.Their death rate is 5 to 10 times worse than that of their neighbours. Meanwhile their economy was as bad or worse.
Sweden's central bank expects their economy to contract by 4.5% for the year as a whole (we're talking about full year, not just a few months). Unemployment has risen to 9%. The overall damage to the Swedish economy means recovery will be slow and unemployment will remain high.
The Wetherspoons I went into yesterday is trying to encourage people in with half price food and alcohol free drinks (max discount £10 per person per order) Monday-Wednesday. Given the number of fliers they had I presume that's across England at least.Weatherspoons opened in Wales. Lots of local on-line rage about the way they treated their staff. Their staff say they were treated fine and were all paid on furlough. We all know it's about Brexit.
It was pretty busy this morning; full of elderly gammon when I went.
I've no complaints about their breakfast apart from the lack of condiments.
The Wetherspoons I went into yesterday is trying to encourage people in with half price food and alcohol free drinks (max discount £10 per person per order) Monday-Wednesday. Given the number of fliers they had I presume that's across England at least.
Indeed. The curve that frightened some people and made me think the lockdown might not be an overreaction was the Lancet study which predicted intensive care units would be overwhelmed. The issue was the number of people requiring intensive care beds, probably also requiring mechanical ventilation.Thats not the curve that they were referring to when they first bandied the term about though.
Thats not the curve that they were referring to when they first bandied the term about though.
Yes, it was about 'protecting the NHS'. Well that was done so successfully that the Nightingale hospitals were barely used and they've been mothballed.
The goalposts have been moved.
No, we couldn't. Hand washing, social distancing, no large gatherings, definitely no indoor large gatherings, along with protecting the vulnerable better, would ensure hospitals wouldn't get overwhelmed.