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Covid lockdowns as a flailing kind of submarine warfare. Worth reading.

Richard Fernandez compares Covid lockdowns to scatter-shooting depth charges in submarine warfare.  It's an interesting analogy.

A big enough lockdown is bound to have some effect on the pathogen spread but at the cost of immense collateral damage. In exchange for the reduction, businesses go bankrupt and people lose their jobs. Scale is wildly inefficient and sometimes infeasible.
Coronavirus Lockdowns and the Hunt for the Red October
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