At last some sense from a Main Stream Media writer. Thanks, Saira Khan.
Suppose, back then, Cancer Research UK had told us urgent referrals had fallen by a massive 350,000 because the Government had scared people and stopped the NHS from treating patients.
Suppose the cancer specialists had warned us to expect many thousands of unnecessary deaths.
Suppose the Stroke Association had said 29,000 patients were suffering and dying unnecessarily. Suppose mental health experts had warned of a suicide epidemic among young people. And suppose high-risk drinking had gone through the roof too.
Suppose mental health experts had warned of a suicide epidemic among young people.
Can you imagine the news reports? The death toll, the suffering, the ruined lives would have dominated headlines. Fast-forward a year and all of these things have happened. Yet we hear almost nothing about them.
Source: Saira Khan: ‘The fear of coronavirus is the deadliest disease of them all’ – Saira Khan – Mirror Online