Shutting Down an Entire Economy. Weighing up the Threat From the Virus and the Threat From the Reaction

Would you consider the shutting down of an entire national economy for a disease such as the Black Death, which between 1347-1351 killed an estimated 60% of the population in the areas where it spread, to be a proportionate response? What about for a virus which carries — at the very most (see below) — … Continue reading Shutting Down an Entire Economy. Weighing up the Threat From the Virus and the Threat From the Reaction