By Daniel Jeanmonod MD.
“Non-pharmaceutical” interventions do not work, and are doing far more harm than good
An important study in Frontiers in Public Health on the data delivered by 160 countries has found no correlation between death rate and stringency of lockdown measures .
Another study showed no significant benefits of stay-at-home order and business closure on epidemic case growth .
The following two examples confirm these results: a country with low lockdown stringency like Sweden has at the moment the same fatality rate per million inhabitants as France, but lower than Spain, Italy and UK, where severe lockdown measures were applied.