Letter: Are we not all in this together?

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When Covid-19 first kicked off and deaths escalated, it was fine while the elderly people were getting the blame.

Photographers take pictures in London's Trafalgar Square during a mass gathering

Now the young are getting the blame it has become a different matter.

Ever since the virus came into the country, youths could be seen gathering in gangs of 20 to 30-strong.

All the videos of over-crowded pubs and illegal parties what are the ages? I doubt if you will see anyone over 35 years old.

When the virus first struck, the motto was, “we are all in it together”, it should have added onto it, as long as it doesn’t involve the young people.

Norman Caddick


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