In February this year, when it became clear that Covid19 was not just another seasonal flu to lose steam on its own and people started stocking masks, the world health organization (WHO) declared that masks were required only for health workers. Very soon WHO changed their opinion and said that those who were sick and had symptoms should don the mask and others don’t need the mask. And within a few weeks, WHO changed their statement again, recommending that everyone should wear masks.
This frequently changing stance invited a lot of flak from the people. Some even accused WHO of consciously misleading people to safeguard the interest of certain special people.
In our culture, we hold people accountable for being consistent in their opinions and actions. Especially from politicians, corporate executives and other leading figures.
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