Lockdown Failure: More People Under 65 Died Of Alcohol-Related Death Than Those That Died Of COVID

Lockdowns during the pandemic were far more harmful than the virus itself

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The number of deaths in the United States from alcohol-related causes soared during the coronavirus pandemic, jumping 25% year-over-year in 2020, according to a new study.

Researchers with the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism published the results of their study into the number of alcohol-related deaths during the pandemic in The Journal of the American Medical Association last week. The New York Times outlined the results on Tuesday:

The new study is another data point in a growing body of evidence showing the significant side effects of COVID-19 and widespread lockdowns meant to combat the virus. Alcohol-related mortality was particularly poignant in 2020 as the data shows a greater relative increase than deaths from all causes. According to the study:

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