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PandaCast | A Conversation with Sanjeev Sabhlok

PandaCast | A Conversation with Sanjeev Sabhlok

PANDA’s Nick Hudson in conversation with Sanjeev Sabhlok, moral philosopher and economist based in Melbourne, Australia. After many years in civil service in both India and Australia, Sanjeev left the civil service to protest the Victorian government’s pandemic policies.

PANDA First Principles

PANDA First Principles

PANDA looks at the events that brought their modelling approach into the spotlight and how that has influenced their journey through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Burning Platform | Don’t PANDA to Big Pharma

Burning Platform | Don’t PANDA to Big Pharma

Nick Hudson (PANDA) joins the Burning Platform to discuss what the data suggest about the effectiveness of lockdowns on a cost-to-benefit ratio. There’s a discussion around the media’s role in stoking pandemic panic, before moving on to the subject of a vaccine – its viability given a rapid public uptake after an equally rapid turnaround, and big Pharma’s push to get a solution to market without it first being peer reviewed.

How to use the Covid Live Feed | South Africa

How to use the Covid Live Feed | South Africa

The PANDA website hosts a comprehensive Covid-19 live data feed. This is a short tutorial by Ian McGorian, who created the dashboard, demonstrating how to get the most out of it with a specific focus on South Africa.

Dr. Panos G. Adamopoulos – Greece

W0W.... Unique Data Site.... Bravo. (Un)Fortunately I do not have a personal"SARS-CoV-2" story to share, but only a first-hand affair of the Human Nemesis that trails all of us and try to render a vāde mēcum of our status quo; there is escape not only hope, at...

Rick Kershaw – Canada

First, thank you for compiling this data and making it available to the general public. I am retired and can remember in Canada when we did not have government provided healthcare. As HC progressed in the country more restrictions seem to have been placed on doctors...

Biznews: Busting Myths about Cases

Biznews: Busting Myths about Cases

We must all be wary of a second wave being manufactured by increases in testing that are presented to us as an increase in cases. It is foolhardy to focus our attention on one disease alone instead of the overall impact of policy choices we make. When we do focus on one disease alone, we should certainly not focus on positive tests but rather on death and hospitalisation data.

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