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Michael Betrus argues that the burden of proof is on lockdown states to prove their policies are more effective than those of non-lockdown states
Len Cabrera reviews the pre-COVID views on face masks and the data from states with and without mandates and finds there is no evidence to support mask mandates.
Dr. Andrew Bostom writes that PCR cycle threshold data provides critical information and should be made public by health departments
Todd Kenyon analyzes cycle threshold data from Rhode Island and shows that these distributions can be predictive
Franca Panettone, a 46-year-old woman with Down Syndrome, died alone from COVID, without access to her healthcare surrogate. How often has this happened over the past 10 months?
The study, conducted by the UF Department of Biostatistics, found that the secondary attack rate for asymptomatic index cases was not statistically different from zero
Alex Lieske defends The Great Barrington Declaration against Stephen Archer’s attack
17 new mask charts from Ian Miller!
Join us for a webinar on December 3 at 6:30 PT/9:30 ET to talk about 10 steps to end the lockdowns
Megan Mansell writes that justice under ADA law has been denied to pregnant women, babies, children, and anyone who is unable to wear a mask.
Karl Dierenbach uses the example of New Mexico to argue that mitigation efforts are not effective against a virus.
Karl Dierenbach takes a look at the studies the CDC uses to support community-level mask effectiveness.
Megan Mansell breaks down the CDC Scientific Brief on “Community Use of Cloth Masks to Control the Spread of SARS-CoV-2”
We had the opportunity to review death certificates for some of Florida’s recent COVID-19 deaths, and we can tell you definitively that Florida is counting deaths that were not directly caused by COVID-19.
Dr. Andrew Bostom calls for more data transparency in Rhode Island as the governor asks citizens to stay home for Thanksgiving.
Len Cabrera provides several ways to picture just how much genetic material is created by a PCR test using 40 cycles
Megan Mansell offers a framework for operating any facility or business during COVID.
The “new normal” performs quite terribly in public polling. People don’t enjoy wearing masks, prefer to hug friends and family outside their household, and like those pesky things called civil liberties. In almost every continent, anti-lockdown protests have occurred in response to government overreach and COVID lockdowns. The resistance continues to grow. Even pro-lockdown institutions […]
Colleges are endangering the mental health of students with pandemic restrictions and then bullying them and calling them names when they break the rules.
More mask charts that show the (lack of) correlation between mask mandates and cases or hospitalizations
Kyle Lamb discusses the censorship of Scott Atlas, masks, and the disappearance of the flu compared to last year.
Dr. Andrew Bostom examines the CDC’s guidelines for reporting COVID-19 deaths and how that has affected the Florida death reporting.
Megan Mansell writes that conversations about death with dignity and representation are long overdue.
Alex Rodriguez contrasts the public health responses between the 1918 and 2020 pandemics.
Update as of October 5 on COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths at 50 American universities since August
Have you been looking for charts that show the (lack of) correlation between mask mandates and cases or hospitalizations? Your wish is our command!
Based on Florida’s case line and long-term care data, we estimate President Trump’s chances of surviving COVID.
Dr. Andrew Bostom explains herd immunity concepts that Dr. Fauci might find illuminating.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis held a roundtable on September 24 with professors from Harvard and Stanford. The conversation covered an impressive amount of ground in important COVID topics, and we produced a lightly-edited transcript to make it more accessible.
The news reports continue to blast scandalous headlines about the number of deaths per day here in the United States from COVID-19. Our new interactive tool gives you a very different and more accurate view.
The roundtable was a foundational event that provided Governor DeSantis the scientific justification for opening up Florida.
How excess is literally only half the story. Debunking the debunkers about the flu. And Attorney Thomas Renz is leading the charge for OhioStandsUp.org. Why the federal lawsuit can be a win for the entire country and what it can do for you.
The overall average COVID-19 death rate for Florida residents dropped by 78% from April to August.
COVID-19 isn’t just a disease but also a moral code with sins and righteous deeds. One of the most prolific righteous deeds for the COVID faith is committing to a public policy, moralizing the policy, shaming those that disagree, and never providing data or evidence for justification. Nashville closed bars and restaurants yet knew that […]
Sweden is having its moment in the sun now that Europe is seeing a second outbreak of cases, social stability in strict lockdown countries is fraying, and the severe economic damage is beginning to be seen. Through an approach that granted autonomy and information for the average Swede to make their own decisions, Sweden’s economic […]
New podcast from Kyle Lamb: PCR testing is amplifying the fear
The point of testing should be to identify infectious individuals, and the current testing procedures fail in that public health goal.
A CDC study on COVID-19 transmission in child care centers only shows that children can infect people in their own households.
Len Cabrera describes Dr. Fauci’s incorrect testimony about COVID’s fatality rate and the resulting public fear that led to lockdowns.
Dr. John Littell writes that COVID-19 has become, with no reason, the modern equivalent of leprosy.
While it is correct that only 6% of COVID deaths show COVID as the only cause of death, that’s not the full picture.
Dr. Scott Atlas joined Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for a press conference today, emphasizing that the U.S. is “the only nation among our peer nations that are hysterical about opening schools.”
The new guidance from the CDC reflects our growing understanding of the unreliability of asymptomatic testing
Even with the deaths through August 25 added to the data, the death rate for people who tested positive for COVID in June or July was much lower than it was in April.
Megan Mansell offers a proposal for isolating those who are worried about COVID infection at school while allowing the rest to resume normal activities.
A review of Florida District 8 Medical Examiner reports for COVID-19 deaths in Alachua County, FL suggests “dying with” still gets counted in the COVID-19 deaths.
Kyle Lamb discusses the impact of dying OF COVID-19 vs. dying WITH COVID-19 and the craziness which ensues among healthcare providers identifying cases with “COVID-like” illnesses.