Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns: Part 1

Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns: Part 1

by Alex Berenson

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Overview

Drawing on primary sources from all over the world - including state and national-level government data, Centers for Disease Control reports, and papers in prominent scientific journals - Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns offers clear, concise, and measured answers to some of the most important questions around the coronavirus:

How are COVID deaths counted? How many Americans are likely to die in a worst-case scenario? What is the evidence that lockdowns do or do not help reduce the spread of the illness? Are masks an effective way to reduce the spread? Why did the forecasts for coronavirus hospitalizations prove so wrong? Are children at serious risk from coronavirus? What has the mental health impact of lockdowns been?

Whether you have been skeptical of the media's panicked reporting all along or are just starting to wonder why the predictions of doom from March and April have not come to pass, this guide will provide you with the factual, accurate, and impeccably sourced information you need.

Please note: Unreported Truths will be published in multiple sections. Part 1 includes an introduction, an examination of the way COVID deaths are counted, and a forecast for a potential worst-case scenario of coronavirus deaths in the United States.Former New York Times reporter and prominent lockdown critic Alex Berenson provides a counterweight to media hysteria about coronavirus in this series of short booklets answering crucial questions about COVID.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162647072
Publisher: Alex Berenson
Publication date: 10/30/2020
Series: Unreported Truths , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 22,964
File size: 124 KB

About the Author

Alex Berenson is the author of two non-fiction books and 12 novels. From 1999 to 2010, he worked as a as a business and investigative reporter for The New York Times, covering the drug industry and other topics, including the invasion of Iraq.

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