Can't see anything to suggest thats true now.
The government is *terrified* to release lockdown "just in case" it comes back. It too scared to act at all now.
The prospect of a resurgence, no matter how unlikely, has terrified them to the point they wont be comfortable ever releasing.
They've given up on the economy. Its unfixable at this point. It'll be someone elses problem later on.
Plenty of downsides.Secondly, there is almost no reason at all for them not to push for the highest possible vaccination rate possible. I can't imagine that any government would go for the max. To portray this as unnecessary political overshoot is bizarre. There's just no downside to it.
Firstly its against basic, established public health policy. You don't vaccinate people unlikely to get affected by a disease. Firstly its pointless, secondly you increase the chances of a rare reaction injuring or killing someone.
Theres an age-related cutoff point where the risk to the individual is greater than the risk from covid. qCovid shows that clearly. Once you hit roughly that 1 in 90,000 level the relative risks reverse.
Morally and ethically compelling or coercing people to take that risk for no reason is problematic and undesirable as well from a basic public health standpoint.
Above that there's also the basic fact is its pointless. Attempting to protect people from a disease they're already not at risk from.
Its as mad as vaccinating already confirmed covid cases right now.