Covid confusion: when news sources contradict each other, what do you believe?

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Apparently chief medical officer Chris Whitty is saying, at the same time, that children returning to school will increase the likelihood of people catching Covid-19… and that it won’t.

It depends which news source you use and whether you think the UK’s chief medical officer is likely to contradict himself in such a way.

What do you believe?

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1 thought on “Covid confusion: when news sources contradict each other, what do you believe?

  1. Debbie Wiles

    I’m not (and never will be) a parent, but I am more inclined to believe Sky News on this. I don’t believe it is safe for schools to open as normal with no social distancing and no protection. I personally believe the Express article is just promoting herd immunity, under the guise of caring, in order to get parents back to work.

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