The infectious disease expert, Dr. Mike Tildesley said ministers needed to use “a little more moderate language” to encourage people to break out of lockdown rather than “go from one extreme to another” after Chancellor Rishi Sunak urged people to ” Getting out once “Hospitality reopened.
Dr. Tildesley, a member of the Spi-M modeling group that advises the government, told Times Radio, “We have to be really careful, we had it similarly with the Eat Out To Help Out – there was a big change from” it last summer is your duty to stay home “until your duty to go to the pub.
“I fully understand the need to revive the economy, but I think we need a little more moderate language here to encourage people to do so but within the rules to make sure we observe social distancing.
“We all want to get back to normal, we all want to be in a situation – like before 2020 – where you can go to the pub and hug your buddies and all those things we used to do, but right now we have to be careful .
“So I’m a little worried about that kind of language, going from one extreme to the other, and I think we need to get back to normal.”