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Reported By Jim Hoft | Published May 14, 2020 at 1:59pm

Renowned French researcher and physician posted this study today from Spain that found those who were essential workers and were out working actually were less infected than those who were cooped up at home in lockdown.

The lockdowns didn’t work as intended in Spain.


Didier Raoult

@raoult_didier

Governement study about COVID-19 seroprevalence in Spain: among workers, those who had an “essential profession” and continued working were less infected than those staying at home. This should lead to a reflection on the role of general confinement. https://issuu.com/prisarevistas/docs/prevalencia/3 

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James Todaro, MD

@JamesTodaroMD

BREAKING COVID-19 antibody testing in Spain estimates ~5% infected

-Those in quarantine trended toward a higher infection rate than those working (6.3% vs 5.3%)

-Higher rate of infection in those OVER age 60 (6.1% vs 4.8%)

Challenges the idea that lockdowns protect the elderly

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Bachman@ElonBachman

Japan: no lockdown, little testing, no excess mortality.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/05/12/national/tokyo-overall-mortality-data-shows-no-surge-deaths-pandemic/#.XrzdEImCxt9.twitter 

Tokyo overall mortality data shows no surge in deaths during pandemic | The Japan Times

Tokyo has not seen an increase in overall deaths during the coronavirus outbreak, boosting officials’ assertions that they have largely kept infections und

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Reminder: Dr. Didier Raoult also found great success treating coronavirus patients with hydroxychloroquine.

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