Fandango’s One Word Challenge (15 July 2020)

Yesterday, 14 July, the UK government mandated the wearing of facemasks in shops, from 24 July.

Wouldn’t you have thought, if the evidence was compelling, that they’d have said this way back in March?

Wouldn’t you have thought, if the evidence was not compelling then but is now, that they’d have made it compulsory immediately?

For Fandango’s One Work Challenge (FOWC), vacillate.

Author: Mister Bump UK

Designed/developed IT systems for banks, but had a stroke in 2016, aged 48. Returned to developing from home, plus do some voluntary work. Married, with a grown-up, left-home daughter.

9 thoughts on “Fandango’s One Word Challenge (15 July 2020)”

    1. They had a really good interview on out TV News last night, some professor, but in behavioural science, who was explaining that it’s not just what you say, it’s what you do. And he gave several examples of how our lot have been inconsistent. At leat Trump both sounds and acts like an idiot!

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    1. Here, I think it attracts a £100 fine, not a great deal. There are existing fines for other things, but there was also a report that only a few had actually been issues. There is a big feeling that nothing is being enforced.

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  1. Here we wear masks since Saturday (!) I mean …. The numbers aren’t good so now they are going to wait till the 22 of this month to decide if further dissolving of restrictions is going to happen.
    Wait what? If the number aren’t good, shouldn’t they make the restrictions stricter again? I don’t see how a face mask is going to help now when it wasn’t helpful in March.
    At this point, I feel so clueless and I’m under the impression that people just don’t care anymore. They all act as if nothing is happening anymore.

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