Thanks Dave. As always, I appreciate your feedback. For me the Sweden data is particularly interesting as their per capita mortality rate is below many nations that implemented stringent lockdowns. Which leads one to wonder whether throwing 1.5 billion people into penury and creating a second Great Depression was such a smart thing to do. The WHO has pointed out that nearly 140 million children have now foregone essential vaccinations and perhaps 25% of those will henceforth be at significant risk of mortality, which totally outweighs any imaginary benefit from our reaction to covid-19. Will we learn anything from it? Not a chance, alas.