Scientists and public health investigators have been arguing persistently that use of scare tactics is a deadly strategy, contributing to death and destruction in the past year. Scare tactics go against very basic public health principles and anyone with basic working knowledge of public health knows this. The first sign that something was very wrong … More Scaring People is Deadly
Almost noone has followed established, well documented pandemic public health evidence over the past year. The few exceptions include Sweden and some US states such as South Dakota, with others gradually realising their errors: most famously Florida in October 2020; more recently Texas. Globally, those arguing for key evidence based action such as protecting the … More Weaponised Evidence?
India’s Current “Covid Crisis” in Context Jo Nash, 26 April 2021 The mainstream media’s reporting on the ‘COVID crisis’ in India has clearly been governed by a global approach to messaging that appears to aim at ramping up fear of ‘new variants’ and coerce compliance to vaccination during a period of increasing resistance, both in … More Driving India