Covid shutdown postpones needed preventive care  – The New York Times

Critical childhood vaccinations for hepatitis, measles, whooping cough and other diseases also declined significantly, a trend that had already begun to worry pediatricians earlier in the pandemic. Of particular concern, measles vaccinations fell 73 percent in mid-April and were still down 36 percent at the end of June.

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2 Responses to Covid shutdown postpones needed preventive care  – The New York Times

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Oh noes! That mean Lefty’s Mental Health screenings have gone by the way…?

    The Gotch

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  2. Kooter says:

    I posted on this blog back in March that the lockdown measures proposed at that time we’re going to far outweigh the cost of the virus itself and I’m sad to report that I am correct– in spades! This is going to go down as some of the worst policy decisions in human history. And sadly, policy-makers are doubling down with their half-baked mandates and continued lockdowns perpetuating the costs.

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