Dr Chris Williams, of Public Health Wales, solemnly told the BBC on 29 October: ‘Every time you stop and talk to someone… then you’ve just had a potential transmission event’. Part of ‘the problem’, he added, is that ‘we don’t see that as a bad activity’.
This is beyond ‘You couldn’t make it up’.
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