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Did lockdowns actually increase the number of deaths?


There have been several studies revealing that lockdowns were an absolute failure, if their primary purpose was to stop people dying from COVID (here, here and here.)

In fact, it may be worse than we thought, as a new study by University of California economists and the RAND Corporation concluded that the lockdowns or stay-in-place orders may have actually increased the number of deaths.

The researchers studied the impact of lockdowns in all 50 American states and 43 countries, but instead of focussing on just COVID deaths, they looked at all deaths (including COVID) in the various jurisdictions.

We know that lockdowns contributed to an increase in drug overdoses and mental health issues and as well delays in medical care. This resulted in people dying because of stay-at-home orders.

Their research concluded that simply adding one week to a stay-at-home order resulted in an increase of 2.7 deaths per 100,000 people.

READ: We Just Got Even More Proof that Stay-At-Home Orders Lethally Backfired AND The impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Policy Responses on Excess Mortality

RELATED: 1.2 Million Children World-Wide Could Die From Disrupted Healthcare Amid Pandemic Lockdowns, Analysis Finds

However, if the intent of lockdowns by health care officials and politicians was to destroy the middle class, we must give credit where credit is due, the lockdowns were highly successful. READ: New Harvard Data (Accidentally) Reveal How Lockdowns Crushed the Working Class While Leaving Elites Unscathed AND Survey: 1 in 3 Americans to Postpone Retirement Thanks to Lockdowns

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