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$169 bn for 29,000 lives? Study calculates cost of US shutdowns

Researchers from HEC Paris business school and Bocconi University in Milan have reached a sobering calculation: the closures beginning at the pandemic's onset in March through May saved 29,000 lives -- at a cost of $169 billion, or around $6 million per person.

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https://news.yahoo.com/169-bn-29-000-lives-013740202.html
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