Lost on the woke

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  1. Michael Soljak (@MSoljak)
    Jun 10, 2020 @ 21:53:00

    Just read your NZ Herald article, which is riddled with inaccuracies. For example:
    -“a much longer strict lockdown, just limited to the old” would have saved more lives. The UK attempted this but it was rejected by the public
    – the Imperial College model has been validated by the majority of epidemiologists. The Oxford equivalent grossly under-predicted deaths
    -“Alexis Akira Toda’s April 21 model found that an early lockdown is suboptimal because it prevents the building of herd immunity”. Herd immunity has been rejected everywhere except Sweden because of the huge death toll which would result from building it. The UK has one of the highest fatality rates because it locked down too late. Subsequent modelling has shown that rapid lockdown saves many lmore ives
    -” The Swedish solution avoided 80 per cent of the decline in GDP but still saved 80 per cent of the lives as a lockdown”. Sweden’s fatality rate pmp is 5x that of other Scandinavian countries, and 5th highest in the world. Even they have admitted they were wrong
    -“targeted testing and isolation policies” work but are only possible if implemented very early. Singapore has been forced to go into lockdown
    -“If we let people work most of it out by themselves, we do not need Cabinet” Sweden did that.

    Fortunately very few Kiwis believe you.

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