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Act quickly, act decisively, trust people, communicate clearly, tackle inequality and be prepared.
Good communication and factoring in human behaviours can prevent people from dismissing the risk of the coronavirus.
Other countries have developed and used alert level systems effectively in the management of COVID-19. So why is the UK struggling?
Why the government should now stop with the slogans altogether and stop acting like they are constantly campaigning, and simply get on with the job instead.
What makes us comply with the rules? Behavioural economics holds some clues for how to enforce coronavirus measures. To really get everyone involved in preventing coronavirus, the government needs to communicate better and try to restore trust.
Researchers find widespread confusion in the UK population about the different lockdown rules, which is partly attributable to national newspaper coverage but also to bad UK Government communication.
People are more receptive to a caring tone than fighting talk.