In major European countries, a backlash has erupted against the extension of localised countdowns. The protestors are urging their governments for systematic and swift strategies to combat the menace of the Coronavirus. Upgrading access to primary health care with better safeguards and guarantees is on the priority of the protestors.
They are contesting the law of mandatorily wearing masks in the first place. Apart from following the norms of social distancing and hygiene and all, believing that their governments are taking them for a run by ratcheting up the rhetoric for its survival and sustenance. Sidestepping from genuinely accepting and assisting those who have been left to fend for themselves. Rolling out of the state from the sight and scene creates a situation of crisis and conflict for the people.
A mad rush for vaccine trials has taken an unprecedented toll on the smooth performance and presentation of the legislative affairs and activities of the government. There has been a scant disregard for scientific and clinical trials of these vaccines. Calling for a quick fix to this virus has in itself become a topmost priority for these governments. At the beginning of the spread European countries were the worst affected in terms of casualties and caseloads.
Although medical care facilities and infrastructure are quite advanced, they too collapsed in these countries. Governments were unprepared to buy the blame and instead settled for stringent lockdowns in place. They argued to make the situation better for people by ensuring them employment. It is easier said than being done as the governments took a backstage in their denial of the fact, brewing discomfort in the minds of the people sufficient for mobilizing their opinions and conduct.
The governments in these countries should wake up to reality by giving up on its ideations and infatuations. Get back to the drawing board for articulating your actions.