Covid Lockdowns Don't Lower Death Rates


We hear it every day. Covid cases are at an all-time high. The numbers are up. More people are testing positive. The 2nd wave is here. The one thing that is not mentioned? The continuously decreasing covid death rates. Why is that? With the threat of more lockdowns, a new study shows forcing people to stay at home does nothing to lower death rates. Translation? Just the like the numbers have said from the beginning, 99.7% of people who contact the corona virus will survive. Seniors, and people with underlying health issues are at risk. So why the continual threats of more lockdowns? A random post on social media said it best "If a lockdown works so well, why are we going to do it again"? I think the great Janet Jackson said it best: 'Control'. Texas state representative Steve Toth told KTRH "People are just at the point where they're saying this is total b.s." And he should know. Montgomery County has not shut down, and yet still has one of the lowest positivity rates in the U.S. The only thing lockdowns achieve are loss and devastation. Toth adds "I'm encouraged that Governor Abbott is staying the course and not giving into the baloney. The reality is New York and California have large areas that have not opened up, and yet they're still on fire!" But remember, it's not safe to have a large gathering at a restaurant. Unless your the governor!


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