“I didn’t cry. To be honest, I felt relief.”

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We went into a semi quarantine. We arrived just before the government imposed their two-week self-isolation period, but felt it was better to be safe than sorry. This was commented on by friends and family as “alarmist” and “panicked”. After all “it is just a flu” and “only affects the elderly”. This could not be further from the truth.

I get it though – a month ago I thought the same. Now I know around half of America’s ICU beds with COVID-19 patients are filled with under 65s. 38 per cent of America’s hospitalised patients are between 28 and 54. These people are can-not-breathe-for-themselves sick.

What I can’t understand is why people won’t act now. Looking overseas we can see the future. We know staying at home, prevents the spread. We know if it gets bad, thousands will die. Stay home, potentially save thousands of lives. Go out, worsen the trajectory and…

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