Ian McGorian discusses statistics with CRA

02 November 2020

PANDA’s Ian McGorian digs deep into COVID-19 statistics offered up by governments and health services.

Whilst the official narrative on the COVID-19 pandemic can best be described by Disraeli’s quote, “Lies, damned lies and statistics”, PANDA’s Ian McGorian, in a webinar with the Centre for Risk Analysis, clearly explains the facts about COVID-19 using PANDA’s analysis of the available data. His talk and the analyses which back up the findings are persuasive enough to convince the vast majority of the previously split panel of the veracity of his argument.

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