Cambridge, lock downs and face coverings

I went into Cambridge this morning. Generally speaking it’s not a big deal. In normal pre-Covid times I’m often at Shire Hall and I have a habit of going in every Saturday mornings to meet friends for breakfast. But today was only my fourth visit since the start of lock down (16 Mar 20). Two of those visits were for very specific purposes early on and the third was a first Saturday morning visit last month when restaurants were allowed to open and once more I could enjoy a Saturday morning breakfast.

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Let’s talk about risk

It’s not new. We quite often need to determine what we will do given that there’s the possibility of a negative or improved outcome as a result. And there’s generally someone on the box, expert or otherwise, to explain it, put it into context and to provide some yardstick which might make it easier to comprehend.

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