Study after study is revealing the devastating fallout from the COVID lockdowns. The latest from a county in Ohio reveals that drug overdose deaths have skyrocketed 73% in the first six months of this year, compared to 2019.
As a result, thousands of health professionals are publicly stating that the lockdown cure is worse than the disease.
The Daily Wire writes:
A county in Ohio has experienced a skyrocketing number of drug overdose deaths amidst the coronavirus pandemic and a government-mandated lockdown.
Franklin County saw a 73% increase in overdose deaths in the first six months of 2020 compared to the same time frame last year. Deaths began spiking in May, roughly two months into the state lockdown imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, according to Franklin County Coroner Dr. Anahi Ortiz.
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