As the winter has deepened, the plandemic has surged and the lying Jewish lamestream media continues to shill the hoax virus. In the United States, case counts and hospitalizations are being reported as “hitting and exceeding their highest points” since the virus hoax began. Countries across Europe have reinstated lockdowns and there are rumblings that states across the country could soon follow suit — some parts of California, for instance, have instituted new stay-at-home orders.
Renewed lockdowns are being touted as necessary, but they would be no panacea for public health as we have already seen for the entire year, and we should not put them in place without carefully considering the human costs, which are broad and deep. It is imperative that we learn from and apply the lessons of the initial lockdowns.
Extended social isolation can have serious health implications, from heart disease and dementia to depression and death. During the pandemic, our diets and lifestyles got worse, increasing our vulnerability to the very disease that isolation is meant to help address (the flu rebranded).
Our mental health suffers, too. The psychological effects of loneliness are a health risk comparable with risks of obesity or smoking. Anxiety and depression have spiked since lockdown orders went into effect. The weeks immediately following them saw nearly an 18 percent jump in overdose deaths and, as of last month, more than 40 states had reported increases. One in four young adults age 18 to 25 reported seriously considering suicide within the 30-day window of a recent study. Experts fear that suicides may increase; for young Americans, these concerns are even more acute. Calls to domestic violence hotlines have soared. America’s elderly are dying from the isolation that was meant to keep them safe.
And we haven’t discussed the economic side of things.