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me tooyes, but people wont, because they love telling others what to do,
but wont do it themselves.
I take my mask off the SECOND I dont have do,
pointless waste of time honestly,
get very annoyed with this bullsh*t, worthless all of it.
really enjoy NOT wearing it when I'm at work,
IMHO, the only thing COVID is doing is making people turn against each other. F1 driver Hamilton tested positive this past week with all their mask wearing and social bubbles. I guess he's a gonner now and somebody else can start winning races.It's astounding how many people don't care about protecting themselves and their families.
Very different wearing a Bra or underwear vs wearing a covid mask.me too
cant wait to get home and whip it off
now i know how women feel when they get home and whip off their bra
Not sure why people keep punting Sweden as some special outlier.Poor Winde. Everytime he opens his mouth I get more convinced that he's got no idea what he's doing.
As the national health agency announced 6,485 new infections and 33 more deaths on Thursday, the prime minister, Stefan Löfven, said the country’s high schools would switch to distance learning from 7 December for the rest of the term.
“This is being done so as to have a slowing effect on the spread of the disease,” Löfven said, adding that the measure was “not an extended break”. What the country did now “will determine how we can celebrate Christmas”, he said.
A six-monthly poll by Statistics Sweden this week showed support for the prime minister’s centre-left Social Democrats had dropped nearly five percentage points to 29.4% since May, amid signs Swedes are increasingly unconvinced by the country’s strategy.
“This is the new norm for the entire society,” Lofven said, adding that Swedes were not observing coronavirus recommendations as well they had in the spring. “Don’t go to gyms, don’t go to libraries, don’t host dinners. Cancel,” he said.
So while the prime minister doesn't want a lockdown, he's saying wake up.“It’s going to get worse,” Löfven said. “Do your duty and take responsibility for stopping the spread of the virus. In the spring we saw large compliance. It was enough to have recommendations to get most people to keep their distance and cancel their plans. Now there is less compliance.”