Earlier coronavirus lockdown ‘will have saved 36,000 lives’

Earlier coronavirus lockdown ‘will have saved 36,000 lives’

Image copyright Reuters A study has estimated there may have been 36,000 fewer coronavirus-related deaths had the US entered lockdown a week earlier in March.The Columbia University research also estimated that around 83% of deaths could have been avoided if measures had been taken two weeks earlier.It suggested that 54,000 fewer people would have died…

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