Monday, April 07, 2003

The BBC reports on China's SARS policy, which has the government telling the population absolutely nothing because it wants to avoid a panic, and the people doing panicy things like buying all available vinegar because they know there's something going on, and have no good information.

And the government believes, sincerely in its own way, that they're doing this to protect the citizens... even though they would rather risk an epidemic than tell them to wash their hands.


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