Data shows lockdowns did almost NOTHING to stop Covid deaths
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The bumper study, undertaken by Johns Hopkins University’s Studies in Applied Economics, is sending shockwaves around the globe as it claims the sacrifices people made during the coronavirus pandemic barely helped save lives. The paper, titled ‘A Literature Review and Meta-Analysis of the Effects of Lockdowns on COVID-19 Mortality’ concludes that “no broad-based evidence of noticeable effects on COVID-19 mortality” is evident.
They found that lockdowns overall prevented just 0.2 percent of Covid deaths on average.
Key lockdown measures looked at in the study included stay at home orders, school closures, business closures, and border closures.
Of these, business closures proved the most useful in preventing 10.6 percent of deaths, followed by school closures on 4.4 percent.
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