More evidence that lockdowns don’t work!

I started questioning the efficacy of lockdowns in April of last year. (See, also, here, here, and here.) Since then evidence has continued to accumulate showing that I was right to be skeptical. In The Lockdowns Weren’t Worth It, Philippe Lemoine discusses some of that evidence and what it implies, and in Stay?at?home policy is a case of exception fallacy, a distinguished group of medical experts and mathematicians conclude:

[I]n ~ 98% of the comparisons using 87 different regions of the world we found no evidence that the number of deaths/million is reduced by staying at home.

Jon Guze / Senior Fellow, Legal Studies

Jon Guze is the Director of Legal Studies at the John Locke Foundation. Before joining the John Locke Foundation, Jon practiced law in Durham, North Carolina for over twent...