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Chinese City Xi’an Draws Backlash With Flu Lockdown Proposal


“Officials in the Chinese city of Xi’an have sparked a backlash by saying they may turn to lockdowns “when necessary” to combat future flu outbreaks.”


It turns out that lockdowns were far less effective during the pandemic than governments would have us believe, as a Johns Hopkins University study has found that worldwide they only prevented 0.2 per cent of COVID-19 deaths. School and border closures, confining people to their homes, and limiting public gatherings were shown to have virtually no effect in reducing the number of deaths from the coronavirus.

Notably, therefore, despite refusing to implement strict lockdowns, the death rate from COVID-19 in Sweden has been among the lowest in Europe. A key factor behind this outcome is that Sweden has low rates of obesity. Along with other health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and respiratory diseases, obesity is well known to increase the risk of death in people infected with the coronavirus. Towards avoiding future pandemics, this therefore emphasizes the importance of governments worldwide initiating science-based natural preventive health strategies.

To read how scientists advising the British government absurdly used information from Wikipedia as a source for their lockdown recommendations, see this article on our website.