No scientific evidence shows that mass lockdowns work

Harold Pease Ph.D.
Harold Pease, Ph.D.
Two Bakersfield California physicians, Drs. Dan Erickson and Arten Massihi, recently said, “We’ve seen 1,227 deaths in the state of California. That means you have a 0.03 chance of dying from COVID-19 in the state of California,” and for the state of New York, the highest in the land, “19,410 out of 19 million people, which is a 0.1% chance of dying from COVID-19…” It is, of course, of those infected. But it remains less than the seasonal flu of 2017-2018 when there was “about 62,000 deaths, or 0.13 chance of death from flu in the United States. So the lethality of COVID-19 is much less” – even in New York City. The seasonal flu even had a vaccine to limit contagion, COVID-19 did not. The doctors explained how the immune system works and how it naturally adapts to the
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