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Now Boris has the virus, but he's not too poorly

I've just heard that our Prime Minister has the virus.

I really hope no-one is harmed from this - but he caught it from someone and he may have spread it. One infection typically leads to two to three others. Each of those to two or three others and so on. It soon gets to thousands.
I saw him and Rishi Sunak standing outside No. 10 last night showing their admiration and respect for the NHS. They were a good two metres apart, on the pavement.
Yes on the pavement. Not on the doorstep, balcony or in a window as the organisers had sensibly  suggested. No they were on the pavement. In the photo below Boris has come out of No. 10 skipped down the two doorsteps (you know, the ones he should have stood on) and stood on the pavement. By pure chance Rishi enters stage left and stands two metres away from Boris. What timing.

So is this another case of do what I say, not what I do ?
As we know:
Strict Rules have been placed on people's personal movement to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Under the restrictions, people must stay at home, and only leave for the following reasons:
- to exercise once a day - either alone or with members of your household.
- shopping for basic necessities, although this should be done as little as possible.
- medical need or to provide care for a vulnerable person.
- travel to and from work but only where this is absolutely necessary.

Bad news guys. Photo opportunity isn't on the list.
In the scheme of things this wasn't bad. They were nearly at home, or is it work, or both ? Boris was nearly on his step and they were standing apart.

TV coverage of this event showed plenty of people across the country using this as an excuse to mingle randomly at close quarters in the street.

The cruel irony here is that what was designed as a thank-you to the NHS, may actually result in a spike of infections, quite the opposite of what they need.

Second home beckons ?

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