- Jan 15, 2013
- United Kingdom
....you know seasonal jobs are typically oversubscribed, right?How are you going to get people to want to join up for a job that is obviously pretty limited in time? I'm going to take a job that I know won't last instead of a job that could last or at worst give me experience in the field I want to be in?
Yawn.Show me data that [...]
So what information, exactly, were they lacking in your opinion?Knowing X amount of something vs knowing a good deal about something are 2 different things. Literally every model almost instantly was shown to be wrong. The UK one time voted to lockdown even when the model they were basing the decision on was already shown as very wrong.
They knew diagnosed cases were high. They knew the rate was climbing very quickly. They knew undiagnosed cases were many times higher than diagnosed. All of that was completely true, and was also sufficient to convince them to introduce restrictions in mid-March.
But you're claiming they were... lacking some other crucial bit of information that meant they couldn't possibly have introduced other restrictions? What piece of the puzzle were they missing? Are you going to go back to insinuating they should know the number of undiagnosed cases before making any decisions?