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Americans' understanding of hospitalization numbers and other COVID-19 data is woefully inaccurate, as a new Gallup poll revealed to a startling degree.
California has the nation's strictest lockdown, but also the most COVID-19 cases. If a state "doing everything right" is failing so miserably, when will lockdowns end?
For self-interested politicians, the most rational action for them to take during COVID-19 is to do "something" even if that something is useless or even harmful.
Despite the clamoring for more and larger lockdowns, several studies have shown that such tactics actually do little to nothing to quell pandemics.
The unique way the U.S. media covered the COVID-19 pandemic created a culture of fear starting on day one and spreading across the country.
From the time Texas returned to normalcy, its COVID numbers have continued to fall while restriction-heavy states like Minnesota have seen case numbers soar.
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