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.
COVID-19 is as politically-charged as it is infectious. Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, the WHO, the CDC and NIH’s Dr. Anthony Fauci discouraged wearing masks as not useful for non-health care workers. Now they recommend wearing cloth face coverings in public settings. The recommendation was published without a single scientific paper or other information provided […]
If you are looking for the scientific rationale behind universal mask-wearing, you certainly won’t find it now that the issue has become as political as guns, abortion, and taxes. Some now even shame you for not wearing a mask.
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.
A New York City field hospital that never saw a single COVID patient has been shut down and city officials want taxpayers to pick up the $20.8 Million tab.
Johns Hopkins University had predicted that Taiwan would have the second most COVID-19 cases in the world due to its close proximity to Mainland China. But astonishingly, in spite of being only 80 miles from the Chinese border, it has been relatively unaffected with minor infections or deaths. Why?