COVID-19 — A Pandemic Made More Lethal by Austerity

David Cameron (Right) and George Osborne (Left), Getty Images

At the time of writing, the UK is entering what could be its worst two weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic. So far, 25,150 people in the UK have been confirmed as having been infected with the virus. 1,789 people have tragically died.

Boris Johnson and his government should rightly take a lot of blame for their handling of the pandemic. Their most unforgivable mistakes include:

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