By Dr Rakib Ehsan
Some people have to learn the hard way – that with freedom comes responsibility. While most Britons took notice and respected official advice on social distancing, an irresponsible minority continued to place their individual desires over the broader collective good. The Prime Minister, top government scientific experts, and NHS officials have repeatedly urged people to follow understandable advice on avoiding social gatherings and non-essential travel. People were given a chance to behave in a socially responsible manner in the midst of an unprecedented crisis. Unfortunately, a sizeable minority wilfully ignored such advice and continued business as usual.
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