London life in the virus: 1 of 2 / Virus may have infected half of UK, says Oxford study: encouraging news! @josephsternberg, @WSJOpinion

Mar 25, 03:59 PM
Image:  On 31 January, two members of a family of Chinese nationals staying in a hotel in York, one of whom studied at the University of York, became the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the UK. Here: the York Minster national clock.  (Minster: any settlement of clergy living a communal life and endowed by charter with the obligation of maintaining the daily office of prayer.)

Joe Sternberg, WSJ, in re: The London economy shutting down.  People being obedient. National railroad closed down but local continues.  Should they run fewer cars and have crowds be denser? “Do not visit your elderly mother for two months.”