What the British Government should have learned from the AIDS public health campaign

People are dying of ignorance: not understanding how the virus spreads, or the risk of spreading it; not wearing masks properly, or at all; not observing social distancing. Boris Johnson’s government have clearly handled the pandemic badly. One of their failings has been very poor communication.

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