Pandemics Data & Analytics (PANDA) hosts its first Online Open Science Media Briefing

Pandemics Data & Analytics (PANDA) hosts its first Online Open Science Media Briefing

PANDA conducted its first Online Open Science media briefing on February 23, 2021. This initiative reflects PANDA’s commitment to fill the urgent need for open scientific debate and prominent British media figures were in attendance. The topic was SARS-CoV-2 variants and the speakers at the event belong to the most renowned international scientific minds currently researching Covid-19.

Protocol for Reopening Society

Protocol for Reopening Society

PANDA publishes its preliminary Protocol for Reopening Society based on the principles of focused protection as described in the Great Barrington Declaration.

Statement of Support for Academic and Intellectual Freedom

Statement of Support for Academic and Intellectual Freedom

In the wake of The Great Barrington Declaration, we are concerned by reports that people from across professions face significant personal and professional risks for expressing concern over the hasty implementation of pandemic plans which dramatically departed from past precedent.

Excess Deaths

Excess Deaths

All indicators suggest that lockdown has led to an increase in deaths and that this is what the excess death numbers tell us. It was entirely foreseeable that lockdown would cause deaths, and these deaths should have been factored into government policy.

PANDA launches Scientific Advisory Board

PANDA launches Scientific Advisory Board

Pandemics ~ Data & Analytics (PANDA) is proud to announce the formation of the PANDA Scientific Advisory Board. The Board will reinforce PANDA’s credentials and mission to provide independent, accurate and scientific analysis by reviewing research produced by the organisation to ensure accuracy in its scientific analysis.

SA Q1 GDP Figures a Reminder of SA’s Economic Challenges

SA Q1 GDP Figures a Reminder of SA’s Economic Challenges

Date: 01 July 2020 Release: Immediate JOHANNESBURG, 01 July 2020:​ The 2% annualised decrease in South Africa’s first quarter (Q1) gross domestic product (GDP) has set an ominous tone for the remainder of this year and the country’s future. “Considering that South...

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