Coronavirus Precautions Quotes

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, I would rather take too many safety precautions than too few.
Steven Magee
On one side there are cowardly prime ministers, presidents, queens, kings who lock themselves in their castles, palaces and rooms! On the other hand, there are honourable statesmen who visit hospitals after taking necessary personal precautions! Honourable politician is the person who is at the front of the front in times of great crisis like corona pandemic!
Mehmet Murat ildan
Uncertainty is certain to generate fear & fear spreads panic. No doubt we are passing through a dark phase, but what makes the journey worse is: negative thinking, losing hope & spreading pessimistic information to merely prove the terrible darkness. Better thinking is to think positive & take precautions suggested by concerned authorities. Spend time with your family. Upgrade knowledge & acquire creative skills. Analyze the shortcomings & improve the thought process. Because once darkness diminishes & it will, we better be better than good to stand on our feet & enjoy the light again.
Shahenshah Hafeez Khan
The government’s own advisers were incredulous that senior politicians had not taken greater precautions to avoid being infected. ‘Whilst the PM was telling people to stay at home and keep at least two metres apart from each other, the House of Commons was open for business and face-to-face parliamentary activities were carrying on,’ said Professor Michie, a behavioural psychologist who sits on one of the government’s key advisory committees.
Jonathan Calvert (Failures of State: The Inside Story of Britain’s Battle with Coronavirus)
The government’s own advisers were incredulous that senior politicians had not taken greater precautions to avoid being infected. ‘Whilst the PM was telling people to stay at home and keep at least two metres apart from each other, the House of Commons was open for business and face-to-face parliamentary activities were carrying on,’ said Professor Michie, a behavioural psychologist who sits on one of the government’s key advisory committees. ‘Given the transmission routes of touching contaminated surfaces and breathing in virus-laden droplets, it should not come as a surprise to hear that the PM and Health Secretary have tested positive for coronavirus. If leaders do not adhere to their own recommendations, this undermines trust in them which in turn can undermine the population’s adherence to their advice.
Jonathan Calvert (Failures of State: The Inside Story of Britain’s Battle with Coronavirus)