The Toronto Sun recently interviewed three epidemiologists on the effectiveness of the lockdowns including Dr. Harvey Risch, who is a professor of epidemiology at Yale University.
LifeSite News provides Dr. Risch’s comments as reported by the Toronto Sun:
He said while lockdowns can reduce the numbers of COVID-infected patients, they only have a fighting chance when you can move every infected person out of a population.
Once the lockdown ends, there are people waiting to be infected, he noted.
“Once an epidemic has spread widely in a population or around the world, there’s no chance you can eradicate the virus completely,” Risch said, adding that putting travellers in quarantine for 14 days is also a waste of time.
“This is all show, this is all theatre.”
Risch said that what we’ve faced is a “massive epidemic of stupidity.”
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As many are now publicly admitting, like the flu, COVID is here to stay. While some are demanding that the lockdowns go on indefinitely, this is impossible. We need to learn to start living with it and get on with our lives.