Tom Woods Show: Epidemiologist favours mostly normal life

02 November 2020

Oxford’s Sunetra Gupta has been called the world’s premier infectious disease epidemiologist, but that hasn’t stopped people who disagree with her from all kinds of wild, unprofessional attacks on her. She believes young and healthy people should be allowed to resume their lives more or less as normal, and that any other approach is detrimental to health and is actually far less effective against the virus. I discuss what’s happened to her, and her brilliant and brave response.


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