Across the pond...
Things are changing across the pond. And by across the pond, I’m referring to Europe and Scandinavia
The so-called ‘experts’ all seem to be aloof and baffled by the paradox on display – a huge second wave of so-called cases’ (people who have tested PCR positive for coronavirus), but with only a few hospitalizations, and absolutely no increase in deaths.
And then the folks to the north.
It’s like there are two parallel universes now. While the Anglosphere continues to ramp-up its emergency ‘pandemic’ measures and mandatory mask and quarantine policies, their Scandinavian counterparts like Sweden, Norway or Denmark have already returned to life as normal; no masks on public transport, no obsessive social distancing rules, no snap lockdowns, and certainly no draconian laws and threats of £10,000 fines made by government leaders, or holding the country hostage until a wonder vaccine arrives in the spring. The contrast couldn’t be more extreme.
There are continued issues in getting businesses back open and the employees back to those businesses. Why? Just as here in the United States, a lack of leadership with leaders who are willing and able to lead from the front.