What will the UK 2020 & 2021 be remembered for in the Future?
Updated: Feb 12
It is absolutely amazing exactly what our beloved NHS has done and achieved since the outbreak of Corona virus in the UK, a short time ago. The workers have coped and survived indescribable trials, torment and tribulations and are still seen to smile through their tears.
There has been tragic loss of life and there are many real heroes who have risen to the surface, both in the NHS and outside, who have created amazing and wonderful achievements. I salute them all, including the many Volunteers that have willingly given their time for the benefit of us all. We must all be very proud of our NHS and our wonderful country.
However, we must not forget that the cause of Covid 19 was brought on by humans due to our "absolute disrespect" for the world around us. Wildlife specialists say that history has taught us that viruses can be transmitted between animals and people so, in a way, we've allowed this to happen. It is reliably believed that it should be linked with the wet markets in Wuhan, China. Wet markets sell meats and fish and fresh produce as opposed to dry markets that would sell household goods and supplies. In China wet markets also cut up wildlife and this is sold for food and for dubious medicinal and/or cosmetic purposes. Bats sold at these markets have been named as the likely origin of the Covid-19 corona virus and it equally may have escaped the laboratory environment or have been purposely released.