Side-effects of public health policies against Covid-19: the story of an over-reaction

Edouard Lansiaux, Noé Tchagaspanian, Juliette Arnaud, Pierre Durand, Mark Changizi, Joachim Son-Forget

Frontiers in Public Health

Abstract: This opinion paper reports on the responses of governments worldwide to the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing some of the many direct and indirect side effects of the non-pharmaceutical interventions, side effects that have received insufficient attention in the public debate. The goal is to serve as an alert concerning many new global health concerns that interventions such as lockdowns and generalized mask usage may have created.

 

 

Lansiaux E, Tchagaspanian N, Arnaud J, Durand P, Changizi M, Forget J. Side-effects of public health policies against Covid-19: the story of an over-reaction. Front. Public Health 2021 . Available from:  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2021.696818/full

 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2021.696818