And yes, we still are in lockdown.
I thought the very cautious plan announced today to gradually relax the lockdown - conditional on people continuing to behave sensibly so that the rate of infection stays down - had a lot to commend it but we need more detail.
Hopefully that will be provided in parliament tomorrow and in the documents due to be published over the next couple of days. That is very important, because we need a clear message.
The biggest controversy seems to be over the messaging.
Now, if we were picking a slogan to use from today, without any history, I'd probably go with keeping "Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives."
I can see, however that the government might have wanted to update that slogan, not because there is anything particularly wrong with it, but because after 47 days it is losing force and this may be one of the reasons that the lockdown is definitely fraying a bit a the edges.
Ironically the refusal of the devolved governments to go with the change of words, and the
If the lockdown had started two or three weeks earlier, and had started to fray two or three weeks earlier, it would have happened at the worst possible moment, at what we can now see was the peak of the first wave.