Lest we forget…the victims of Covid19

Are we being selfish?..

Yesterday (April 26) it came up on the UK news that just over 400 people had died of Covid19 in the last 24 hours and I found myself instinctively thinking ‘Oh that’s great, far fewer than this time last week’. And then I mentally slapped myself for thinking such a thing. How could I even entertain such a thought?

That’s over 400 families thrown into grief and trauma. That equates to thousands of…

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Fiona has been a UK journalist for more than 30 years as well as being a freelance tv producer director. She’s also had her own media consultancy since 2008.

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Fiona Scott

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Fiona has been a UK journalist for more than 30 years as well as being a freelance tv producer director. She’s also had her own media consultancy since 2008.

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