When you wish you had a crystal ball, or not.
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This post is the third of a series of fifteen posts about freedom during the COVID-19 crisis. These posts must be read in order, starting with the 6th post would make absolutely no sense to the reader. Enjoy reading and above all, enjoy reflecting.
Health services could become a new national defence. Just as military service is mandatory in some nations, the same could happen for medical service. As the population ages, the average citizen’s health could become increasingly fragile. The nations concerned may have to ask themselves the following question. If supply and demand works in one direction, it can also work between citizens and the health care organisation in terms of the workforce. Without voluntary service, it will be necessary to attract labour at great cost if the wealth of a nation allows it. Some nations will be able to afford it, others will not.
It may be that the population will wish to review its health protection. In the same way that a population undergoing an attack will develop a way to mitigate the risk of another incident. If the incident came from the outside, the control measures would be at the periphery, but if the threat came from the inside, measures could emerge at the expense of individual freedom. Could this be beneficial?
To be continued tomorrow…
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Last Updated on May 14, 2020 by Coach Danny