Total 42 Posts
These countries forged their own path on coronavirus and attributed early successes to national character. Now they are facing more cases and deaths than ever.
As vaccination begins to take effect, what we will be able to do will change – but the transformation will be slow.
There aren’t two sides to public health science on pandemic control – There’s science and there’s wrong.5 min read
Some nations successfully controlled the virus, without a vaccine, using science-based measures, acting fast, and having great leaders who followed the science... and there is the United States and the UK who listened to ‘dissident’ scientists and their failed ‘herd immunity’ strategy.
How many scientists are there within our countries’ leadership circles with the dangerous view that children and young people must attend school in order to help our nations reach herd immunity before having a vaccine that finally protects our populations?
Why the United States is better off as a nation without Dr Scott Atlas involved in public health policy, Dr Ashish K. Jha argues.
Professor Christina Pagel’s very informative, factual, and well-reasoned take-down of Lord Jonathan Sumption’s Guardian opinion article on lockdowns, infection rates, herd immunity, protecting the NHS and the economy.