Some people are
pissed that they have to do this for around 1% of the population
but its about being empathic toward community responsibility.
Hence the intent to
that the virus is about 1% of the population, shows a lack of
empathy for the 99% of the population that will also be affected, in
one way or another by the Covid virus.
Not ONE Person out
of almost 8 billion is immune from the effects of the virus. The
medical part is just one of the side effects of the virus. There are
other ways the virus is deadly that shouldn’t be overlooked.
There are over a
hundred different ways that the virus can become deadly to the rest
of society besides the elderly and those with some type of medical
I’ll name just ONE
that has nothing to do with catching the virus, yet can be deadly and
cause a death.
Last year a few
months after Covid started, several Medical Organizations warned the
locking down the entire economy would create a
spike in suicides among ------young children and young couples.
Quote; Widely reported studies modelling the effect of the covid-19
pandemic on suicide rates predicted increases ranging from 1% to
largely reflecting variation in underlying assumptions. Particular
emphasis has been given to the effect of the pandemic on children and
The National Library
of Medicine warned the governments
Quote; The COVID-19
crisis may increase suicide rates during and after the pandemic.
Mental health consequences of the COVID-19 crisis including suicidal
behavior are likely to be present for a long time and peak later than
the actual pandemic
a new report by The
Well Being Trust found that 75,000 additional people could die from
what they called “deaths of despair,” (which include suicide and
substance use) because of Covid-19.
Social Distancing and Isolation
The research has been clear on this one for years: isolation and
loneliness is bad for our health—both physical and mental. According to a
meta-analysis co-authored by Julianne Holt-Lunstad, PhD, a professor of
psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young University, lack of social
connection heightens health risks as much as smoking three-quarters of a
pack of cigarettes a day…every day. “
There is robust evidence that
social isolation and loneliness significantly increase risk for
premature mortality, and the magnitude of the risk exceeds that of many
leading health indicators,” Holt Lunstad says.
Do you know how many
people have committed suicide as the result of LOCKDOWN- World-Wide?
It’s more that 3
million which is the amount of people that have died of Covid
And people are still
committing suicide because of Covid-----and there is no Vaccine for
You can’t solve
complex world problems with “Simple Solutions”