Doing As Well As Can Be Expected

Twenty people in my village have died from COVID-19. Most of these deaths occurred back in March, during the first peak. I expect many of them occurred in our local care home. There was one death in October and one in November. There have been none since.

We appear to have survived the second peak extremely well whilst neighbouring boroughs have not been so lucky. I've looked into what we have that they do not and, based on my findings, I suggest that, as well as the vaccination programme, the government should promote hard drug usage and unemployment as the nation's first line of defence against the virus.

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