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Less restrictive measures almost certainly have fewer negative health side


effects for the otherwise-healthy, as compared to restrictive lockdowns, when we're talking about increased substance abuse, suicidal tendencies, etc. Less negative side effects is a good thing that (hopefully) everyone celebrates.

Though I've had strong opinions during the COVID season, I don't envy ANYBODY in policy-making positions. Because in many ways, it's been a sucks-if-you-do, sucks-if-you-don't situation. COVID deaths are awful. Lockdowns are awful. Awful all over the place is just awful. Nobody seems to disagree with that part.


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Posted: 10/16/2020 at 08:47AM



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