PANDA’s co-founder, Nick Hudson, was the keynote speaker at the March 2020 inaugural BizNews Investment Conference in South Africa. His talk negates the fear and gives clear reasons why the only thing to fear is fear itself in the story of the Covid-19 pandemic response.
Since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 global pandemic, many issues have arisen that run contrary to historical precedents and known and practiced public health principles of the last century. This article discusses some of these issues.
A drug safety physician’s alert to Dr. Peter Marks (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) regarding the need for clear guidance or regulation concerning COVID-19 vaccines as default investigational products in non-vaccine clinical trials.
Newzroom Afrika interviews Nick Hudson, a year after the first case of COVID-19 in South Africa, when PANDA predicted 20 000 deaths for the first wave.
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.
A journalist from the Daily Maverick submitted a series of questions to PANDA for comment. This is our full response.
Covid cases have dropped 77% in six weeks in the United States. Experts should level with the public about the good news.
Jarrette Petzer from Move One Million interviews Nick Hudson on Facebook Live.
Covid facts to lift us out of fear and give us hope of returning to normality in South Africa.
Lockdown: Global Conditioning, is a video produced by Kate Wand. In it, she compares lockdowns to operant conditioning experiments conducted by B.F Skinner.
Peter Castleden and Piet Streicher of PANDA unpack the modelling and predictions that PANDA made in 2020 with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. This retrospective look at what PANDA got right and wrong in the predictions also provides insight into how the models are made.