A template letter for employers who decide not to implement mandatory vaccination, explaining their position. For use in South Africa.
While citizens focus on the latest issue the government directs our attention to, many of us have lost sight of the big picture and grown accustomed to severe limitations on our rights like the proverbial frogs in hot water. PANDA is increasingly aware of the elephants in the room, the topics no one is talking about.
Una aguja en cada brazo parece ser la directiva global. Inyectar a los ancianos y a los jóvenes; los enfermos y los sanos; los recuperados y los inmuno-negativos.
The response to Angelo Ryan’s opinion piece in the Mail & Guardian on “vaccine hesitancy” is more interesting for what it tells you about the state of our captured media, than what it tells you about vaccination. Daily Maverick, Groundup, Bhekisisa and others have once again told us that they are promoting a specific narrative and censoring and demanding that others censor contrary views. Can you trust organisations that tell you that this is how they are conducting the business of journalism to give you accurate information in future? We think not.
Ist es wahr, dass auch Menschen, die eine Covid-Erkrankung überstanden haben, von einer Impfung profitieren? Im Gegenteil! Ein Gastbeitrag von Marc Girardot
Challenging the COVID narrative covers topics ranging from COVID risk assessments, pandemic response, trust in institutions, the use of fear, human rights infringements and the response of the church to the crisis.
Omar Khan interviews PANDA Chairman and advocate for better decisions via better information, Nick Hudson.
In a Daily Friend Show Special, Nicholas Lorimer talks to journalist Ivo Vegter and Nick Hudson from PANDA about the Covid-19 pandemic – what was, what’s happening and what is to come.
Early treatment, not fear mongering, is the answer to handling the Delta variant, Dr. McCullough tells Judge Jeanine on the Ingraham Angle.
The interview covers a range of fundamental aspects of the pandemic, including lockdowns; masks; testing; early outpatient treatment and vaccines; the Great Barrington Declaration; information and censorship; trends towards technocratic centralization and responses such as populism to counter them; the live data available at pandata.org and the role of the organization in the future.