Johns Hopkins Study: ‘Lockdowns Had Little to No Effect on COVID Mortality’

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Mainstream media is ignoring this story and Dr. Martin Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins University, criticized the college for failing to publicize a new study that Johns Hopkins published from economist Steve Hanke that and evaluated 24 studies to discover whether lockdowns reduced COVID deaths. The study found that restrictions imposed in the spring of 2020 – including stay-at-home orders, compulsory masks and social distancing – only reduced COVID mortality by 0.2% on average. The study found that the lockdowns devastated the economy, pummeled the working class, fueled a youth mental health crisis, led to record-breaking drug overdoses, worsened a crime wave, delayed life-saving medical treatments, and so much more. The researchers warned that lockdowns were ‘ill-founded and should be rejected as a pandemic policy instrument’ going forward. Some conservatives are calling for Dr. Fauci, who claimed that lockdowns saved millions of lives, to be removed from office for lying, and for Americans to stop living in fear of COVID.


Johns Hopkins professor blasts his OWN college and the mainstream media for not publicizing study that found COVID lockdowns only reduced deaths by 0.2% because it doesn’t fit their ‘narrative’

  • Economists at the college found that lockdowns reduced deaths by just 0.2%
  • The meta-analysis of 24 studies called stay-at-home orders ‘ill-founded’ policy 
  • Makary, a surgeon and professor, said the university didn’t publicize the findings
  • He called out the media for ignoring the study on Tucker Carlson’s show
  • Economists who carried out the review said border closures had virtually zero effect on Covid mortality (-0.1%)
  • Researchers found closing nonessential shops was most effective, causing 10.6% fall

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