Why is England a special case?

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Across Europe, Covid only kills the under 60's in very small numbers. For example in Italy which has had a relatively high number of deaths overall, less than 3% were under 60 years old. In England and Wales the corresponding percentage is around 7%. This difference shows up …

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Predictive models of epidemics are too often wildly wrong

The COVID-19 Response Team led by Professor Neil Ferguson, has been a major influence on UK Government COVID-19 policies.

Imperial College model predictions have influenced UK government COVID-19 policies without sufficient challenge and peer review. This is surprising given past forecasting failures and the enormous costs of the policies in …

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Italian experience indicates how emotional over-reaction to COVID-19 can be deadly.

Events in Italy, where emotionally driven over-reactions to events have caused more additional deaths, may reflect a bigger global pattern, where reason has lost to hysteria.

Good article drawing upon Italian experience and explaining, among other things, how emotional overreaction to circumstances can be deadly.

"The decision to transfer patients …

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Is the PCR test used for COVID-19 sound?

Corona: creating the illusion of a pandemic through diagnostic tests

The widespread test for the COVID-19 virus is called the PCR

Jon Rappoport argues with a well sourced article that, according to the WHO's own technical information a lot, to say the least, is unsatisfactory about the PCR. If true …

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