Even Pakistan Is More Relaxed on Coronavirus than Britain

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks during the 74th Session of the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York on September 27, 2019. - India is planning a "bloodbath" in Kashmir, Khan told the UNGeneral Assembly. The Indian-controlled part of the disputed territory has been under lockdown since New …
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Things we could never have predicted last year: that in 2020 basket case economies where diarrhoea is a way of life would provide a better example of governance than many Western nations.

Consider the latest news from Pakistan.

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Simon Nicholls
1 month ago

You are aware that the Pakistan has a median age of 22.8, the UK 40.3.

More so, if you demographic weight C19 age banded IFRs the UK’s is 0.68%, but Pakistan’s just 0.12%.

The UK will see 5.7x the deaths of Pakistan, it has 5% 80+, they have <1%, never mind being far less obese, etc.

I can see why they have decided it far less of a threat.

Don’t see how you can apply a one size fits all argument to both countries.