July 31, 2020

Titanic Lockdown Failure

Timothy Birdnow

I was in a Facebook argument about this very thing and my interlocutor argued "Sweden has 19 times the mortality rate of Norway". I pointed out Sweden has a lower mortality rate than many of the other countries in Europe and it was sneaky to use Norway for comparison; Sweden has lots of immigrants, had a lot of people vacation in Italy earlier in the year, and has a lot of elderly. He turned quiet after that. But the point is, Sweden didn't lock down while others did - others, like Britain or France - who have higher infection and mortality rates. Sweden is now largely death free and the number of new cases is way way down. Locking down at best did nothing and wrecked the world economy.

Are Lockdowns Necessary? What Data from Ten Countries Show

Oh, and Taiwan did very well without a lockdown, too. In population Taiwan is about on a par with Australia, but Australia - which locked down - is way ahead of Taiwan in terms of infections.

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