If official sources are to be believed, Hungary is on the verge of a genuine health catastrophe. So, what does the Hungarian Medical Chamber's president suggest the country do in the face of such a disaster?
Implement even stricter lockdown measures, of course!
Why? Well, because nothing says "expert" like doubling - nay, quintupling down - on preventative measures that have continuously and persistently failed in every conceivable manner.
"Outside of grocery stores and pharmacies everything should be closed. Why should convenience stores remain open? All basic toiletries and cleaning supplies can be accessed at grocery stores. And people should plan their shopping ahead. It should not occur that I run to the store for some butter today and go again tomorrow for a kilo of bread. Grocery shopping should occur once a week.”
Of course, this pressured hysteria is in no way connected to the government's feverish campaign (pun intended) to peck the entire population before Easter . . . I mean, summer . . . the Oscar awards ceremony . . . well, before I don't know when.
As far as I can tell, these latest tactics carry a very clear message:
The abuse will continue until pecking morale improves!