SAD: Isolation and Lockdown Stress Led to High Alzheimer’s Death Toll CDC Says

Sad news coming out of the CDC over the weekend as statistics now show that the lockdowns and isolation lead to a very high Alzheimer’s death toll.

These numbers will not count towards the Covid death toll officials said, but the lock-downs played a major roll in the death rate spiking by 20%.

“There’s something wrong, there’s something going on and it needs to be sorted out,” Robert Anderson, chief of mortality statistics at the CDC, said in a recent interview. “This is highly unusual.”

The following is from Politico:

It’s the second time this year that deaths from other causes have spiked in tandem with a coronavirus wave. The first occurred early in the pandemic and was attributed to dementia as well as heart disease and pneumonia. The second cycle is attributed almost entirely to dementia — 61,000 deaths since June, which is 11,000 more than usual in that time frame. 

The President and his administration have been pushing for the country to open up, but they continue to meet heavy resistance from Democrats and the Mainstream Media who are pushing for yet another shutdown.

Even Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden can’t stop talking about lockdowns, shutdowns, and mandatory mask ordinances that he will push for if he’s elected. It’s apparent by now, those are not working, especially when it comes to the health of our elderly, and those with mental and depression issues in America.

“If we could get to the point where point-of-care testing would be accurate enough that we can use it and feel confident, our goal would be to bring families back in on a regular basis,” said DeAnn Walters, director of clinical affairs for the California Association of Health Facilities. “We know that having the families there would bring joy back to the residents, and that would be the best way for us to move forward.”

What are your thoughts? Are you read to Open America up?

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