A UK government adviser is confident any future pandemic lockdown and compulsory mask edicts will be met with compliance because people have learnt a new behaviour and, “in principle, you can switch it back on.”
Professor David Halpern told The Daily Telegraph the country had “practised the drill” of wearing face masks and working from home and “could redo it” in a future crisis because people are now conditioned to do what they are told.
Enforced loss of personal freedoms was one of the hallmarks of the Conservative government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Speaking on the outlet’s Lockdown Files podcast, the government adviser set out his claim of obedience…