Many experts say that the stringent social distancing measures put in place to combat the spread of COVID-19 have significantly worsened teen mental health.
This lovely couple are way more concerned about a middle-aged man being misgendered than the effect of their lockdowns, suspension of school sports, indoor dining restrictions and mandatory masking has and will have on children and young adults. They have no irrefutable “granular data” or science that supports what they have done for nearly a year to these children and young adults.
Imagine being a college-age student, that is habitually admonished for months and months to wear a mask – always, even during sex says Levine and Wolf, and told if you don’t and Grandma dies, you are responsible. If you visit Grandma and Grandpa on Thanksgiving or Christmas and either or both die, you are responsible. Can’t play sports, go to a movie, go bowling, work out in a gym or go out to eat. Although there is an extra-curricular activity that Wolf does support – Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov. Fetterman Urge Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana.
What they are doing and have done is beyond outrageous; which is why it is unprecedented.
The ‘Great Barrington Declaration’, younger people who are most unlikely to die ‘should immediately be allowed to resume life as normal’.
The Great Barrington Declaration – As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.
Published: 17:22 EST, 8 October 2020 |
The average age of people who died from Covid-19 in England and Wales since the pandemic began is 82.4, the Daily Mail can reveal.
That figure – computed from Office of National Statistics data by experts at Oxford University – is significantly higher than the average age reached by people recorded as dying from all other causes, which is 81.5.
The study by Oxford’s Centre for Evidence Based Medicine also suggests that fewer than six people per thousand who get coronavirus now are likely to die from it.
The death rate – known as the infection fatality ratio, or IFR – has plummeted since June, even allowing for a big increase in testing.