“Evasive and shambolic” communications dooms government’s coronavirus effort

The Trump White House?

Nope. But the leader of the government referenced in this story from the Guardian is a lot like him.

The government has struggled to get on top of the crisis, facing growing criticism for its lack of early preparation to tackle the virus, its abrupt shifts in strategy, its failure to provide adequate protective equipment for its medical staff and other key workers, and its inability to organise testing on the scale that many say is vital.

And its communications have been widely described as evasive and shambolic – with many left confused last week as the Cabinet battled to provide a coherent account of its plans to lift the lockdown.

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