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The Cost of Lockdowns in Human Health and Human Lives Is Becoming Increasingly Clear

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06/02/2020Ryan McMaken

Of course, anyone who deals in interacting with the real world (i.e., not lifelong bureaucrats like Fauci, who needs not exhibit any actual competence to collect his $400,000 paycheck) understands that preserving and augmenting wealth is key in enhancing health and life.

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Original Article: "The Cost of Lockdowns in Human Health and Human Lives Is Becoming Increasingly Clear"

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