The Public Emergency Council is a spontaneous initiative of doctors and researchers who felt that it was no longer possible to remain silent in the face of the outgoing government’s steps to contain the COVID- 19 pandemic.
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The UK has a pandemic plan. It reflects the democratic traditions of the nation, recognising that an informed and empowered public will voluntarily take action to protect themselves, their families and communities during a pandemic. Faced with SARS-CoV-2, the UK, along with most other countries and the World Health Organisation, discarded years of pandemic planning.
PANDA’s aim is to offer an evidence-based pathway for policy makers and citizens by returning to long-established public health principles that uphold fundamental human rights. This comprehensive document provides the scientific backing to reopening society.
Menschen ohne Symptome werden von der Corona-Politik als potenziell infektiös behandelt und ausgegrenzt.
Kogu maailmas on COVID-19 pandeemia ajal ametlik rahvatervise poliitika tuginenud murele, et inimesed, kellel ei ole haiguse sümptomeid, võivad viirust edasi kanda. Kas see mure on põhjendatud?
Across the globe, official public health policy during the COVID-19 pandemic has been underpinned by the concern that people without disease symptoms may transmit the virus. Is this concern warranted?
“Fear has, as we know, been the key driver underpinning the relentless Covid-19 response and on the Pandemic Podcast we’ve already taken several deep dives into its devastating — and continuing — impact.
Laura Dodsworth, whose new book A State of Fear paints a chilling picture of the strategies and tactics deliberately used to engineer compliance with the raft of draconian measures flowing from Boris Johnson’s first lockdown announcement in March last year. We will be exploring the roles of the multitude of advisors and the Behavioural Insights Team, also known as ‘the nudge unit’.”
A Twitter thread by Abir Ballan that separates the Covid-19 facts from the fiction. Its time to stop existing and time to choose life.
CDC’s conclusion on mandates might appear to make sense unless one is familiar with the scientific data pertaining to the ineffectiveness of masking for prevention of the spread of Covid-19.
John Ioannidis, is a Professor of medicine, epidemiology and population health. He discusses the expertise needed to manage a pandemic, including the limitations of computer modelling versus the unpredictable behaviour of infections. Hosted by IHU Méditerranée-Infection on YouTube.