Lockdown states suffer more COVID deaths on average

The 11 U.S. states that did not impose lockdowns over the fall and winter in response to the coronavirus have fared better than states that did, an analysis of public data shows. The U.K.-based website Lockdown Sceptics noted that the models one year ago predicting that nations, regions and states that didn’t impose lockdowns would … Continue reading Lockdown states suffer more COVID deaths on average