Passing Thoughts Of A Mad Priest

In the U.K., in theory, in a week’s time, deaths from the coronavirus should drop to almost zero, even though the number of people contracting the disease will continue to increase and drastically so. This is because those of us in danger of dying from the disease (the elderly and those with underlying health conditions) should have, by then, been in isolation for two full weeks and those who were going to die would have died. However, this will not happen because it is impossible for those of us who will most likely die but who are not on the government’s list of the most at risk, to stay in as we would starve to death if we did. If the government had ruled that only those over sixty or with an underlying health problem could have access to supermarket home delivery, then our undertakers would have been at home, twiddling their thumbs at Easter.

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