The Germans don’t worship their health service – that’s why it’s better than ours - by Charles Moore
Updated: Aug 31, 2020
Here is an article by Charles Moore for the Telegraph dated 07.08.20 in which he concludes:
"In Britain, the health service is an object of high emotion. Behind the praise often lies a fear that it is precarious. In Germany, there is little emotional commitment to the service – rather as, here, there is little intense feeling for Sainsbury’s or Waitrose. Instead of high emotion, there is a high level of confidence. This may help explain why so many more Germans than British have returned to work, although Covid numbers jump upwards from time to time. Psychologically and medically, the German way is better for the national health than is the thing we call the National Health Service."
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