April 14, 2021

Italy gearing for Easter lockdown, Germany declares third wave of cases

In this March 12, 2021 article for CNBC, Sam Meridith reports on the COVID developments in Germany and Italy.

In a statement to the press released by Lothar Wieler, head of the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases, he said that there are clear signs that a third wave is happening in Germany. Wieler says that he trusts that Germany’s COVID situation will remain under control but reiterates that basic health protocols be observed.

Meanwhile, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi held conversations with regional governments and local authorities to discuss imposing tougher health measures from March 15 to April 6. It is expected that almost the entire country will be placed back to into a strict lockdown during the period of April 3 to 5. During this level, schools, nonessential shops, and restaurants will be closed.

Editor’s Note: One would think that as one of the hardest hit countries in the world, Italy would have done its homework. But no. It is still using 2020 solutions to a 2021 problem, utilizing policies that have long been proven to be ineffective [see Is a lockdown necessary?]. Didn’t we say that this was going to be a never-ending lockdown if we kept relying on testing, and if citizens don’t overcome the fear-based narrative? [See Faulty COVID-19 tests: Why prisoners love their jailers and never-ending lockdowns and Ending the COVID-19 “Scamdemic”].

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