A new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has revealed that crippling and restrictive public health measures implemented throughout the Covid-19 pandemic were the most likely cause of a staggering 170,000+ non-Covid excess deaths among young Americans in 2020 and 2021.
What’s more, the number of deaths is likely to end up being even higher, as researchers have yet to scrutinize an additional 72,000 “unmeasured Covid deaths,” which could easily turn out to have been individuals who died ‘with’ the virus instead of ‘because’ of it. The Economist, which was cited in the NBER study, found the number to be even larger, at 199,000+, when factoring in unmeasured Covid deaths.
Like many other recent studies, the NBER’s findings highlight a troubling reality and demonstrate clearly that the restrictive public health measures did nothing other than exacerbate the Covid-19 problem by causing untold damage in every aspect of human life. Unfortunately, America and the rest of the world will be paying the price for years to come, especially with the damning early results on the long-term effects of the experimental Covid-19 vaccine.