The Great Barrington Declaration never would have worked - 2022-04-29
The other day, I was perusing the hellsite known as Twitter before it becomes even more of a hellsite after Elon Musk acquires it, when I came across this series of Tweets about a favorite topic of this blog for the last year and a half, the Great Barrington Declaration. I'll quote the first few, so that you can see why they would have interested me, namely because they are about a study that provides yet more evidence to support what I've been arguing about the Great Barrington Declaration ever since it was first published:
The unprecedented scale of the public health crisis posed by the COVID-19 pandemic forced governments around the world to impose restrictions on social contact to suppress transmission of the coronavirus.
Then, let's briefly review what the Great Barrington Declaration is and what its effects have been before moving on to the study itself.