The MARTINZ Critical Review – Exploring PANDA

11 February 2021

In this podcast The MARTINZ Critical Review continues their series on the conservation of humanity, dissecting the corona virus and the massive and unwarranted over-reaction perpetrated by governments around the world.

Joining the podcast is Nick Hudson, a founder of PANDA – Pandemics Data and Analytics, based in South Africa.  In March 2020, concerned about the long-term effects COVID-19 may have on South Africa, Nick and his associate Peter founded PANDA to provide decision makers calculated data on the virus’ cost on South African livelihoods.

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Publisher’s note: The opinions and findings expressed in articles, reports and interviews on this website are not necessarily the opinions of PANDA, its directors or associates.

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