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‘We entered lockdown too late,’ shadow mental health minister saysDr Rosena Allin-Khan, who has been working shifts as an A&E doctor in Tooting, has questioned how many families would be grieving the loss of loved ones if lockdown had been enforced sooner.
“I understand that this is a global pandemic. It would have been impossible to save all of the lives that we’ve lost, but we did enter into lockdown too late,” she said.
“We did not deliver PPE to the front line when it was needed, we did not follow global advice on self-isolation and we haven’t rolled out mass testing and contact tracing.
“So when I find myself in the unenviable position of not being able to hug someone as they cry after they’ve said their last goodbye it makes me think how many of these grieving families could not have had to be in this position?
“And fundamentally we are going to have real mental health issues to deal with for these grieving families, but for the NHS workers who have had to hold their hands through this process,” she told Sky’s Ridge On Sunday programme.
She added: “I firmly believe that yes the Government have made grand promises of 100,000 tests by the end of April, but we have to be clear that that is delivered on and not simply a promise.”