Scientific Analyses and Papers on Lockdown Effectiveness

Here collated are the papers of shame – the lockdown ideology is destroying our societal health, selling the lie of saving lives. Lockdowns cost net suffering and lives – by a huge margin. Here we gather together the evidence.

Firstly read this short MIT analysis of Anti-Lockdown Groups: The Supremely Scientific Nature of Anti-Lockdown Analysts – MIT Research

THIRTY+ LOCKDOWN LACK OF EFFICACY PAPERS & ANALYSES:

  1.  STANFORD – Effects of NPI on Covid-19 – A Tale of Three Models
  2. Stay-at-home policy is a case of exception fallacy – an internet-based ecological study
  3.  LANCET NO EFFECT ON MORTALITY Paper
  4. Was Lockdown in Germany Necessary? – Homburg
  5. KOCH Institute Germany Analysis
  6. BRISTOL UNIVERSITY Paper
  7. NATURE Submission Flaxman et al Response
  8. PROFESSOR BEN ISRAEL ANALYSIS
  9. NIH Paper
  10. WOODS HOLE INSTITUTE Paper
  11. EDINBURGH STRATCLYDE UNIVERSITY Paper
  12. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL BMJ Paper
  13. ISRAEL MASSIVE COST OF LOCKDOWN Paper
  14. EPIDEMIOLOGY Too Little of a Good Thing Paper
  15. Smart thinking: lockdown and Covid-19 Implications-for-Public-Policy
  16. SCOTLAND Life Expectancy Paper
  17. LOCKDOWN COSTS MORE LIVES Paper Federico
  18. DID LOCKDOWN WORK? Paper
  19. FOUR STYLIZED FACTS ABOUT COVID-19
  20. HOW DOES BELARUS…
  21. LIVING WITH CHILDREN IN UK
  22. PANDATA COUNTRY ANALYSIS
  23. NEJM MARINE STUDY QUARANTINE
  24. A MATTER OF VULNERABILITY STUDY
  25. Government Mandated Lockdowns do NOT Reduce Mortality – New Zealand Wrong
  26. Dec 30th Longitudinal variability in mortality predicts Covid-19 deaths
  27. Lockdown Effects on Sars-CoV-2 Transmission – The evidence from Northern Jutland
  28. Assessing Mandatory Stay‐at‐Home and Business Closure Effects on the Spread of COVID‐19
  29. COVID-19 Rethinking the Lockdown Groupthink
  30. STANFORD Effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 – A Tale of Three Models
  31. Flaxman Rebuttal – The effect of interventions on COVID-19
  32. COVID-19 Lockdown Policies – An Interdisciplinary Review
  33. Do Lockdowns Make a Difference in a Pandemic?
  34. Delaying the first lockdown may have inadvertently saved more lives than it cost
  35. LANCET Immune evasion means we need a new COVID-19 social contract
  36. PNAS Evaluating the effects of shelter-in-place policies during the COVID-19 pandemic
  37. Lockdown Effect – Professor Simon Wood – University of Edinburgh
  38. A Year Later – Were-Lockdowns-Necessary?
  39. Covid Lockdown Cost_Benefits – A Critical Assessment of the Literature
  40. Why is there no correlation between masks/lockdowns and covid suppression
  41. pandata.org: a critical analysis of the covid response/
  42. Professor Explains Flaw in Many Models Used for COVID-19 Lockdown Policies

LOCKDOWN HUGE HARMS PAPERS & ANALYSES:

Note: also go to https://collateralglobal.org/

  1.  MILLION DOLLAR SOCIAL DISTANCING
  2. COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF LOCKDOWN
  3. BMJ IOANNIDIS DEBATE
  4. NIH NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF LOCKDOWN
  5. BMJ: HERD IMMUNITY POLICY COULD SAVE LIVES
  6. IMPACT OF LOCKDOWN DISORDERS
  7. BMJ DELAYED ACCESS TO CARE
  8. CAMBRIDGE: LIVING WITH COVID – BALANCING
  9. PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH – LIVING WITH COVID
  10. JAMA HOSPITALIZATIONS FOR CHRONIC DISEASE
  11. IRISH CANCER SOCIETY SUBMISSION
  12. ECLINICAL DEATHS OF DESPAIR
  13. ONS EXCESS DEATH MESS
  14. DEATH BY LOCKDOWN
  15. LOCKDOWN – A FOCUS ON THE POOR AND CHILDREN
  16. MENTAL HEALTH AND LOCKDOWN
  17. PROJECTED DEATHS OF DESPAIR FROM LOCKDOWN
  18. THE PRICE OF PANIC

Oct 2019 WHO Pandemic Guidelines – no Lockdown Allowed:

WHO Oct 2019 Pandemic Guidelines

Excellent Paper on Dr. Hope Simpson’s “The Transmission of Influenza” masterclass book: HOPE SIMPSON A new concept of the epidemic process of influenza A virus

Immunity 101:  Great Summary of Population Immunity Reality

Jan 16th Riposte to Quillete Snowdon Junk-Journalism:  Quillette Snowdon Junk-Journalism Riposte

A Letter from Locked-Down Ireland:  The Conversation Nobody is Prepared to Have

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