So much uncertainty

Our health minister has said there will be no further restritctions for England till the new year, yippee for us, apart from people now dont know what they are doing, the government have put it all back onto the public.

My problem is, if people do go and keep socialising, then at some point covid is once again going to flood the schools.

Monkey goes back on the 5th January and I am fairly sure myself along with a shit ton of other parents are debating if the schools closed, what can we do to make sure he is going to be counted as one of the children that can go in.

Because I can be 100% sure that he is not doing any homeschooling for both of our sanities.

But we don’t know, that the schools are going to be closing, we don’t know if we are going to go under further restrictions, we don’t know anything because the government now don’t want to do anything that maybe unpopular with the public (the English public, I don’t think they give a shit about any of the other countries) but also I would like to think don’t want to be the government in charge of having a shit ton more people die and as I type this, the UK are still in the top ten of most deaths in the world and the worst in Europe. Also we have the 2nd most reported cases in the world, more than double of France who is 3rd. So they are already holding onto that record and if they keep going with the uncertainty are going to piss off way more people, not wanting to put their lives on hold in 2022 just incase.

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3 Responses to So much uncertainty

  1. Popularity and public opinion versus health crisis – being a parent we’re not always popular, seems governments need to grow up too.

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  2. Carol anne says:

    sounds bad!
    the Irish government is no better!
    Hope they’ll get their heads out of their asses soon!
    xoxo

    Liked by 1 person

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