Saying it was a mistake is akin to saying a politician made an error in judgement when in fact if it were you or me we'd be charged with a felony.
The shutdowns were catastrophic disasters caused by politicians and 2nd class government health bureaucrats, and they ought to be held accountable.
Other experts with different scientific and health-related views and strategies were silenced and punished.
There is a silver lining. It exposed MANY weaknesses that some suspected, but now everyone can plainly see.
The American medical system/culture, a global supply chain with "just in time" mindset, and human nature in general. Just naming a few off the top of my head.
I believe this will be remembered as a really stupid period in history, and the future will also judge us on how well we address these problems.
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