Coronavirus infection rates have declined (not increased) in states where lockdowns have ended, JP Morgan Study shows.
A new research study from investment bank giant JP Morgan allegedly found that infection rates have declined, not increased, in states where lockdowns have ended even after allowing for an appropriate measurement lag. The research, which was first revealed by CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla, further confirms findings from German epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski that coronavirus lockdowns policies are wrong and not evidence-based.
In a series of tweets, CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla outlines the investment bank’s research, which counters many media and political figures who predicted dire consequences for those states when coronavirus lockdown measures began lifting.
“JPMorgan has a devastating piece arguing that infection rates have declined — not increased — in states where lockdowns have ended, ‘even after allowing for an appropriate measurement lag.’