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DELAYED LOCKDOWN COSTS 36000 LIVES

DELAYED LOCKDOWN COSTS 36000 LIVES
DELAYED LOCKDOWN COSTS 36000 LIVES
DELAYED LOCKDOWN COSTS 36000 LIVES
If the United States had begun imposing social distancing measures one week earlier than it did in March, about 36,000 fewer people would have died in the coronavirus outbreak, according to new estimates from Columbia University disease modelers.

The enormous cost of waiting to take action reflects the unforgiving dynamics of the outbreak that swept through American cities in early March. Even small differences in timing would have prevented the worst exponential growth

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