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Longest in Europe: Ireland Stops Mysterious Lockdown Ritual

Ireland will ease its Covid-19 measures starting on May 10, the government decided on April 28. This will benefit hairdressers, travels and Masses.

Indoor dining will not be allowed before July. Mass’ attendance is limited to 50 faithful, regardless of the church’s size - which again shows that Covid measures are irrational. It is mysterious why Ireland had the longest lockdown in Europe.

A January peer-reviewed article in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation found “no clear significant beneficial effect” from Covid lockdowns in England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and the United States, versus voluntary measures (= no lockdowns) in South Korea and Sweden.

The paper was produced by the Stanford researchers Eran Bendavid, Christopher Oh, Jay Bhattacharya and the famous John Ioannidis.

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rhemes1582
Happy they will soon be back in.
Eva
Ireland allows public worship for the first time in almost five months
Lisi Sterndorfer
How long will they keep their hands off the Church now they've got a taste for control?
Liam Ronan
The government of Ireland enthusiastically accepted the role of designated Petri Dish in order to gauge the limits to which Covid-19 hysteria might be engineered to suppress both freedom of religion and freedom of assembly in a largely homogeneous population, both as to religion and ethnicity. The manifest lack of public push-back resultant from this Irish experiment will form the template for …More
The government of Ireland enthusiastically accepted the role of designated Petri Dish in order to gauge the limits to which Covid-19 hysteria might be engineered to suppress both freedom of religion and freedom of assembly in a largely homogeneous population, both as to religion and ethnicity. The manifest lack of public push-back resultant from this Irish experiment will form the template for the world in future.
Live Mike
Do you think it was a successful beta-test? @Liam Ronan