"Intergenerational Consequences for
Child Growth and
that reveals lockdowns and school closures
are doing more harm to children than
the coronavirus itself,
with many more deaths expected to come
from the reaction to the outbreak,
rather than the pandemic itself.
In a presentation seeking extra funding for coronavirus efforts, UNICEF director Henrietta H. Fore said Monday,
UNICEF nutrition program chief Victor Aguayo noted that the most harm is being done,
The officials pointed to a study (Child malnutrition and COVID-19 - The time to act is now) published in The Lancet that notes,
The study estimates that an extra 6.7 million children will be at risk, and that lockdowns and other coronavirus responses could lead to more than 10,000 additional child deaths every month...
The UNICEF officials noted that would mean 128,000 more deaths among children within the next year.
The study complies research from the Washington-based International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
It concludes that shut down strategies could lead to,
The estimates are said to,
The study dovetails with other research that has concluded lockdowns will conservatively,
The German government has concluded that,
As we have previously highlighted, in the UK there have already been up to 10,000 excess deaths as a result of seriously ill people avoiding hospitals due to COVID-19 or not having their hospital treatments cancelled.
A data analyst consortium in South Africa also found that the economic consequences of the country's lockdown will lead to 29 times more people dying than the coronavirus itself.
While globalists have urged that lockdowns need to continue, medical and economic experts across the board in multiple countries are warning that the loss of life will be much greater than that caused directly by the virus itself, if lockdowns are not scrapped...