Stanford Peer-Reviewed Study Shows Lockdowns Didn’t Work

A Stanford University, peer-reviewed study led by one of Stanford’s associate professors of medicine shows no evidence that the U.S. lockdowns that destroyed people’s lives for the past year were effective.

Not only that, the study found that extreme measures taken to force everyone to stay home and for businesses to close were not effective in ANY country in stopping the spread of COVID-19.

To determine their conclusions, the study looked at eight countries — the U.S. and seven in Europe — and compared them to South Korea and Sweden, which didn’t mandate lockdowns.

SOURCES:

ZeroHedge January 17, 2021

European Journal of Clinical Investigation January 5, 2021

From https://blogs.mercola.com/sites/vitalvotes/archive/2021/01/19/peer-reviewed-study-shows-lockdowns-didnt-work.aspx

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