Scientists at Munich University found German infection rate already falling before lockdown

In this June 3, 2021 article for The Telegraph, Justin Huggler reports on the findings of a new research conducted by statisticians at Munich University.

According to the study, there is “no direct connection” between the German lockdown and the falling infection rates in the country. The researchers also discovered that the infection rates were already dropping before lockdowns were imposed. They said that this finding was true for the November 2020, December 2020, and April 2021 lockdowns.

Editor’s Note: How many more of these researches must be done before all countries lift their lockdowns? If you need more convincing that lockdowns do not work, we recommend that you read through the article category Is a Lockdown Necessary?

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