According to the SAGE newspaper, young people who are told to quarantine because of the coronavirus need to get a free game •

Compliance for ages 18-25 is “significantly reduced and reduced.”

Young people who were told to quarantine because of the coronavirus should be offered free games, the new SAGE newspaper said.

A paper by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) found that compliance with Covid-19’s restrictions was due to “lack of trust in the government” compared to the elderly group among people aged 18-29. It warns that “it has dropped significantly lower.”

To counter this, the paper should provide “excellent financial and other support for free mobile data, streaming, games, etc.” to young people who are required to be isolated or at home. Recommended.

Young people value immediate experience and rewards over long-term outcomes, the newspaper said. The intervention should provide a short-term reward for compliance. One example is a free streaming and gaming service for people seeking quarantine.

This is one of the six recommendations of a paper by the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviors (SPI-B) entitled “Strengthening Young Adherence to Covid-19 Preventive Behavior.” It was considered by SAGE on October 22, nine days before Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the blockade of Britain for four weeks, but was first released on Friday.

This paper does not elaborate on what this free game includes or how it is distributed to young people.

According to the latest data from SAGE, the UK R numbers range from 1.1 to 1.3. If the R number is 1.1 to 1.3, an average of 11 to 13 people will be infected for every 10 people infected. The UK’s latest growth rate range is + 2% to + 4% per day.

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