Pandemic Lockdowns Saved Millions From Dying

Modelers Suggest Pandemic Lockdowns Saved Millions From Dying Of COVID-19
From  Nature via  NPR

Two new papers published in the journal Nature say that lockdowns put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus were highly effective, prevented tens of millions of infections and saved millions of lives.

“Our estimates show that lockdowns had a really dramatic effect in reducing transmission,” says  Samir Bhatt, a senior lecturer at the Imperial College London’s School of Public Health, who worked on one of the papers  published in Nature.

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