The COVID-19 Response Is Killing More Than It Saves

Allah's Willing Executioners

By Keith R. Jackson

In medicine, we are constantly balancing risk and reward.Nearly all medicines and many therapeutic treatments involve risk to the patient we hope to help.It’s time we use this same intellectual exercise to create a reasonable inquiry into the risks we took when responding to COVID-19 and balance it against the reward.If nothing else is accomplished, a better plan for future societal responses can be formulated.And if we recognize and remedy our failures in time, maybe we’ll still have a recognizable United States of America.

We have the benefit of hindsight, so we can look at the results objectively.The reward?Although we’ve lost well over 500,000 American lives to COVID-19, it could have been far worse.Even though the number is in question (as there were economically rewarding incentives to list COVID-19 as a cause of death when it could have had little to do with a person’s demise), it…

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