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To: Prime Minister

No lock-down for everyone over 70

The Government should take a nuanced approach to pandemic control based on individual risk factors rather than a simplistic age-based cut-off point that would consign swathes of the population unnecessarily to a prolonged period of isolation.

Why is this important?

• It is not purposeful to divide the population simply by age as some people over 70 are at lower risk than some younger people.
• It is not a proportionate response to expect people who are not at high risk to self-isolate for many months.
• It is better for society as a whole that over 70s continue to function in their many roles as workers, carers, volunteers and consumers.
England, UK

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