What do you think is the right balance in the UK between restrictions and the impact from Covid?

By Guardian community team
A face mask sign in a tailors in Eton, Windsor, Berkshire.
A face mask sign in a tailors in Eton, Windsor, Berkshire. Photograph: Maureen McLean/REX/Shutterstock

Despite a high number of cases and deaths compared to some other countries, we want hear views from people around the UK about the Covid state we are in. What do you feel is the right balance between restrictions and the impact from Covid?

We would also like to find out how people in different nations feel. For example, what’s it like for those living in Scotland where there’s a mask mandate when visiting England, where there’s not? If you live in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, do you feel higher restrictions are important to ensure less illness and death?

For those who have travelled to other countries outside the UK recently, that have high restrictions and lower death rates, how would you compare things between there and here? We’re also interested in hearing from other nationalities who have travelled to the UK recently.

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