Dimitris Sotiropoulos, in his article for the Sunday edition of Kathimerini, deconstructs the reasons behind negative reactions to the “we stay at home” solution many European governments have adopted. This particular response to the global pandemic is based on individual responsibility. As Sotiropoulos points out, the reactions to this solution are based on two suspicions. The first suspicion is that, in the event of major future losses, the government seeks to shift the responsibility from itself to the general public. The second suspicion is that the government does not trust the public health system and, according to a much more extreme interpretation, seeks to undermine it by pursuing a neoliberal logic.
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