There are two important questions when it comes to assessing the government’s COVID-19 lockdown strategy:

  1. How many COVID-19 fatalities can be avoided through the lockdown? And
  2. What is the economic, and therefore human, cost of the lockdown?

Andrew Lapping, chief investment officer, examines these questions and explains why he is concerned that our government’s approach, and the subsequent economic hardship inflicted on our people, will cost more lives than it can save.

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