Was the lockdown successful? I say yes very successful. Successful in things like this. Anxiety hotline calls up 1000 percent. Child abuse both sexual and non up. Financially, emotional distress, Suicide. Alcohol. 150,000 Americans a month not receiving cancer screening. Its been effective alright, in all the wrong metrics in all the areas we didnt want it to be effective. Delay in medical care. We talked about that. Orthopedics, nonessential. Suicide calls up 600 percent. Suicide calls. We heard other doctors mention this. So was the lockdown effective? If thats the effect you were going for, then yes but it was trying to flatten the curve but it had these secondary consequences that I think are devastating. People staying indoors. No exercising as you mentioned. No Vitamin D.
Im watching people in their Prius by themselves driving with a mask on. Theres no sense to it, he added. Its fear.
Some person are free republic keeps responding to post like yoursby comparing how Anne Frank had to live for a number of years.
Yes it’s a ridiculous comment. She lived in terrible dread for years and died horrifically
But there’s not just black and white. There’s not just a great life and a horrible life. There’s a lot of things in between. There are kids at home with abusive parents. There are kids home with mom’s boyfriend who is molesting them.
even just parents who fight all the time. Getting out the front door is freedom for those kids.
And for the adults losing their jobs is a nightmare.
And the lack of healthcare for all other illnesses during that time.
Everything you said. For no reason. What a disaster
I was going to say this is mass hysteria until the mention of the Prius driver.
Prius drivers are already strange, so it wouldnt surprise me to find out they wore hospital masks long before COVID.