The article comes across as a little too pro-lockdown, to me, but the info is still info.
I agree with some of the comments calling for an investigation of politicians' and bureaucrats' ties to big pharma and other beneficiaries of their policies. Like Pelosi's hilarious "but muh free market" defense of possible Congressional insider trading schemes that completely subverts the definition of "free market". C'mon, Nancy, that was pathetic.
related sidenote: The quick growth of the "antiwork" subreddit is 1) a genuine realization by Labor that too many people are underpaid wage slaves, and 2) now an astroturf'ing influence operation of foreign adversaries hoping to destabilize the American economy. Not sure how to disentangle/quantify the two. Hmm.