Liverpool mayor: my brother would be alive today if government had listened

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Sumary of Liverpool mayor: my brother would be alive today if government had listened:

  • The mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, has said his brother would still be alive if the government had listened to scientists and gone into lockdown earlier..
  • Underneath Anderson grief is a belief that alongside thousands of others, the 70-year-old, known affectionately as Billy, could have lived if ministers had acted differently..
  • “It is absolutely clear to me that Billy, like thousands of others, would not have caught Covid and died from it, if [the government] had introduced a lockdown sooner,”.
  • Anderson has been at the forefront of the country efforts to contain the disease, which has claimed the lives of thousands of people in his city..
  • unless they took immediate action by imposing a two-week circuit breaker lockdown to reduce the spread of coronavirus..
  • The group proposed five measures including the circuit breaker – a short period of lockdown to drive new infections down – that it urged ministers to consider to head off a second wave of the virus..
  • Reports in national and regional press show Anderson repeatedly calling for the circuit breaker shutdown to stop the “out of control”…

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