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Study: More people will die from lockdown than COVID


Anti-lockdown protest in Trafalgar Square in London, England on Sept. 26, 2020
Credit: Steve Eason/Flickr/Creative Commons 2.0

A recent study out of the United Kingdom estimates that upwards of 75,000 people could die as a result of the lockdowns imposed by the country’s governments. This is happening because lockdowns are impacting people’s access to needed medical care, and is resulting in such things as missed cancer diagnoses.

It’s another example of how many believe the lockdown cure is turning out to be worse than the disease it was supposed to be fighting.

The Daily Mail explains:

Nearly 75,000 people could die from non-Covid causes as a result of lockdown, according to devastating official figures buried in a 188-page document.

The startling research, presented to the Government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), will further increase pressure on Boris Johnson to hold back on introducing further coronavirus restrictions.

The document reveals 16,000 people died as a result of the chaos in hospitals and care homes in March and April alone.

It estimates a further 26,000 will lose their lives within a year if people continue to stay away from A&E and the problems in social care persist.

READ: Lockdown ‘could kill 75,000 over five years’ – that’s the OFFICIAL projection of non-COVID deaths caused by missed cancer diagnoses, cancelled operations and health impacts of a recession. The virus death toll? 42,000

This is not the first study to suggest the fallout from the ill-advised lockdowns will be far worse than the virus. READReport: Suicide rise from lockdowns to kill more than coronavirus in Australia AND More youth are dying of suicide, overdose than COVID-19 during pandemic: CDC director

Meanwhile, thousands of people have taken to the streets in London, England protesting against the lockdown. READ: Thousands Protest Coronavirus Restrictions in London

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