Would that not be in line with the strategy of suppressing cases to allow the NHS to be prepared? (Understand it must be difficult for those on the front line though.)It's not a thread drift it the issue affects the mental health of those involved in the fight against covid19.
Was at a health centre the day, various staff groups there, all feeling slighly bewildered at the sudden accleration over the weekend.
Friday it was basically stick up posters saying do not enter if you've a fever or cough.
Monday, it's no one to attend unless an emergency, preparing isolation rooms.
But all the different staff groups had slightly different instructions depending upon their managerial structure and interpretation of the guidance. And said guidance is changing daily.
I would say that overall, we thought we had more time, we have not been issued the kit, and are feeling under pressure.