From CDC data, 2020 has the lowest weekly death rate in a decade so far. So why all the fuss about a pandemic?
Most objections to mask-wearing requirements are not to the masks themselves, but to the mandate, and well-documented consequences such as oxygen deprivation should give anybody pause.
Professor Michael Levitt, who teaches structural biology at the Stanford School of Medicine, recently spoke out about the coronavirus data. He explains that the sweeping lockdown measures were an overreaction that will backfire. Levitt won the 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry for the development of multi-scale models for complex chemical systems.
The numbers are in on the great Covid-19 pandemic, but unfortunately those numbers are unreliable based on what accredited scientists and award winning researchers are saying about the pandemic.