Here Comes Super-Lock Down 2.0 By James Reed

Looks like senile Joe Beijing Biden will be keeping to his word of utterly destroying the US economy, for his master, China, there will be a lock down of everything, like Melbourne, probably for 6 weeks, but once they get into the swing of things of retreating to basements, it could go on forever. Well, just do it, let us hope there is some fight left in the old dogs.

 

https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2020/11/14/biden-covid-advisory-board-member-indoor-dining-gyms-and-gatherings-in-homes-should-be-targeted-for-closures/

“During an interview aired on Friday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “WSJ at Large,” Biden COVID-19 Advisory Board member Dr. Celine Gounder stated that “places that we know are big contributors to transmission are indoor restaurants, bars, gyms, and also private social gatherings of friends and family in the home” “are really the places we need to target for closures” while prioritizing keeping other services, like schools, open.

Gounder said that the advisory board’s “consensus” is that “the draconian lockdowns, shutdowns that we had in the spring,” are unneeded, and that increased knowledge means we can “be much more targeted about how we tighten up some of our measures. I think of it like a dimmer switch, whereas before we had an on and off light switch. So, we can dial up and dial down in a much more granular fashion. So, some of the places that we know are big contributors to transmission are indoor restaurants, bars, gyms, and also private social gatherings of friends and family in the home. So, those are really the places we need to target for closures while keeping other services, for example, schools that are — have not been major contributors to transmission, they’re not zero-risk, but they are much lower risk, and they’re an essential service. And so, we’re really prioritizing keeping schools, for example, open.”

As a Covid strategy it is totally inconsistent, either you lock everything down, or not. But this has long ceased to be about disease control; strategic people control is what it is about.

 

 

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