As I've discussed before, the lockdowns did not work to stop Covid-19, perhaps not even a little bit. (Although they sure helped smash small business and help consolidate big business.)
Sure, there were things to do; contact tracing, cancelling big events for a while, testing and protecting the vulnerable like the elderly and thereby not sending elderly patients with Covid back into nursing homes. But the lockdowns were all wrong in my opinion.
Now some in Britain are calling for a second wave of lockdowns and thankfully, there's some push back from doctors.
Official data is 'exaggerating' the risk of Covid-19 and talk of a second wave is 'misleading', nearly 500 academics told Boris Johnson in open letter attacking lockdown.
Hopefully Boris' judgement is better than his haircuts and he follows their advice.
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