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Stephen Reicher, also a member of the Sage subcommittee advising on behavioural science, is even more clear that he thinks the government is making a major mistake lifting all coronavirus restrictions:
Johnson’s ‘make it easier for the virus as cases are surging’ policy is wrong
He knows it is wrong.
People know it is wrong
He knows that people know it is wrong
The only question is whether and how soon he acknowledges all this
And whether it is too late… pic.twitter.com/PEYVQjQBiR
Susan Mitchie, a professor of health psychology at University College London and part of the Covid-19 behavioural science team, isn’t overly impressed with Zahawi’s statement this morning that people will be “expected to” wear masks on public transport and in enclosed spaces.
What does ‘expected to’ mean? The question is whether the current legal requirement continues or not … t.co/PNcvUK6fNg
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