There’s a big cost to a lockdown, but the uncertainly about lockdowns only makes that cost higher.
Whenever someone writes about Covid-19 in Israel, they’ll be deluged with claims that the numbers are all fake. The tests are wrong, so people aren’t really sick. Oh, and the hospitals are lying so people aren’t really admitted or ventilated. And the death recording is wrong so people aren’t really dying. There’s an irony here. […]
What’s a lockdown? Israel never had the sort of lockdown that Wuhan or Lombardy saw, where people were banned from leaving the house for all but essential reasons. Apart from the week of Passover, offices remained open, albeit with occupancy limits for larger companies. There were no restrictions on how many times a week people […]
This post isn’t about the Israeli Government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s not about lockdowns and curfews. It’s just summing up where we are now. One Israeli in 400 was diagnosed with Covid-19 last week 22,870 new Covid-19 cases were diagnosed between Saturday the 5th and Friday the 11th of September. That works out […]