Ennnh . . . I don't always agree with stuff Ranger puts out there, but I sure do respect him and his posting style. I get that he's taking a controversial perspective in this thread . . . it's not easy having to say "yeah, that's all well and good, but we have to eat, and we can't expect others to do all of the heavy lifting to get that done for us". He does have empathy . . . I necessarily don't agree with his position in this thread, but he's right in one sense; there are risks that have to be managed, and medical risk is only one of them. At some point there will have to be an exercise of managing some medical risks for some - the most vulnerable - while at the same time allowing those who have less medical risk get on with the business of work in a relatively public setting. That we're not prepared for this is a political issue that we can address at the election . . . in the meantime, ramping up the preparation for increasing work activity while managing the medical risk of the vulnerable is a phase that we're going to be facing soon . . . barking at Ranger won't make that go away.