The respective history book, including a chapter quoting the initial statements by the government and involved authorities in each country, is a must. Nonchalance and sufficiency against the final outcome.I think it's going to be remembered for a long time. My grandkids will study it in school. This is history being made.
Well at the Primary School where my wife works, the new headmistress (since last September) was telling the kids in assembly to wash their hands well, and to help try singing Happy Birthday while you do it.
Sounds an awful lot like the management at several places I have worked....A fine example of zero communication, where the new head not only doesn't tell the staff anything, but doesn't ask for opinions or advice either, so has no idea what happens throughout the school.