Major medical journal 'The Lancet' shows Covid lockdowns had NO EFFECT on reducing deaths

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A new study published in The Lancet, a medical journal, has revealed that Covid-19 mandates such as lockdowns, mask mandates, and business closures, had no effect on the total number of deaths experienced as a result of the pandemic.

The study found that “Mandate propensity (a summary measure that captures a state’s use of physical distancing and mask mandates) was associated with a statistically significant and meaningfully large reduction in the cumulative infection rate, but not the cumulative death rate.”

While vaccines, masking, and restrictions on where people could go were associated with lower infection rates, only vaccines were associated with a lower death rate.

The study also found that “Increased vaccine coverage and vaccine mandates for state employees were associated with reductions in both fourth-grade mathematics and reading test scores,” and that increased mask use, more mobility, mask mandates, and vaccine mandates for school employees were also associated with reductions in fourth-grade mathematics scores.

With schools being shut down during the pandemic and the rise of remote learning, many states have seen a marked decrease in students reading and mathematics levels.

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