This past week, I had a medical issue (related to a health condition that I have) that required treatment. I tried to go to the doctor, but the doctors offices in my area are closed due to our city's lockdown measures. Basically that resulted in me having to wait several days, which meant my health worsened. By the time I actually got to see a doctor, they scheduled me for surgery. What was a little problem became much more severe due to a delay in treatment.
The whole process made me realize how we can't possibly get accurate numbers on the people who are experiencing harm due to extreme lockdown measures. My dad also injured his shoulder and has been unable to get surgery—despite the fact that the delay could mean his shoulder never heals right and becomes a source of permanent pain. I'm curious to hear if you or someone you know has also have been impacted by the lockdown in a way that has threatened your health. I read that in Texas some hospitals are actually going out of business because they're empty and canceled surgeries to make room for the COVID patients who never came. Wouldn't be surprised if this is happening across the country: https://www.texastribune.org/2020/04/16/texas-hospital-coronavirus-budget-cuts/