Sadly Trump Was Right: Recent Report Exposes The ‘Cure’ Is ‘Worse Than The Problem’ 10 Fold!
As stats and reports are starting to come in from other countries where the pandemic has subsided sadly one of President Trump’s concerns is starting to come true. The “cure” is starting to be “worse than the problem itself.”
When the President initiated 15 days to save America he tweeted the United States must focus on reopening, he said the cure can’t be worse than the problem.
WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF. AT THE END OF THE 15 DAY PERIOD, WE WILL MAKE A DECISION AS TO WHICH WAY WE WANT TO GO!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 23, 2020
Unfortunately, as Australia has had a moment to breathe after the pandemic the suicide rate caused by the lockdowns is predicted to surpass the amounts of Wuhan coronavirus deaths by 10x.
Researchers from Sydney University have forecasted that there will be a 50% increase in suicides from the social and economic impact of the pandemic. The study expects that the government’s response to the virus and the stress from the pandemic will increase suicide ten times higher than those that died from the coronavirus.
Data coming in from other countries is similar to what Australian has found, the global suicide rate could outpace the total death toll from the Wuhan virus. The researchers believe that the coronavirus will create “a generational mental health crisis” resulting in an extra 1500 deaths each year over the next five years.
Ian Hickie, Australia’s former mental health commissioner, and one of the researchers that took part in the study gave a gloomy forecast.
“We are facing a situation where between an extra 750 and 1500 suicides may occur annually, this in addition to the 3000-plus lives that are lost to suicide already every year,” Professor Hickie said.
Their research has also suggested sheltering in place may have been one of the worst ideas ever conceived. The report read, “locking down whole populations in the hope of ‘flattening the curve’ was a catastrophic error, perhaps the worst policy mistake ever committed by Western governments during peacetime.”