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Old 29.10.2020, 10:57
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Re: Coronavirus

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Now compare and contrast the Swiss with the better resourced German government .

Or look at the professional advice the Swiss government are getting from their own advisors compared to their actions.
No one is saying that these are easy decisions, but governments have to take more into account than just what they are being advised regarding Covid. This is why they are in positions of leadership, in order to take these difficult decisions.

One could just as easily argue, that Germany haven't gone far enough when compared to France. If you compare these two countries the response is different once again. The Swiss have gotten the balance right so far, and I'm confident that they will continue to do so.

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https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-43572779

That was on March 2018, somehow a virus that appeared by end of 2019 and public policies to control it make people commit suicide. Anyone on the risk population?
Humans are social animals, virtually all Covid measures that have been incorporated so far rely on isolating us. This is the likely reason why suicides have increased. Or have I misunderstood your question?
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