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News Story Source: LewRockwell.com – John Rappaport
The reference here is an analysis of mortality data by Mark Blaxill and Amy Becker, "Lessons from the Lockdown," posted at Children's Health Defense on June 18:
"But the pandemic experience has brought on a surprising effect on this expected death rate among children. Starting in early March, expected deaths began a sharp decline, from an expected level of around 700 deaths per week to well under 500 by mid?April and throughout May."
"As untimely deaths spiked among the elderly in Manhattan nursing homes and in similar settings all over the country, something mysterious was saving the lives of children. As springtime in America came along with massive disruptions in family life amid near universal lockdowns, roughly 30% fewer children died."
"Virtually the entire change came from infants. Somehow, the changing pattern of American life during the lockdowns has been saving the lives of hundreds of infants, over 200 per week."
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