April 25, 2020
The global shutdown and indefinite suspension of most social and economic activity in the United States and abroad is predicated on the widely held assumption that the science on social distancing measures is settled, and that this singular strategy has been and will continue to be effective in "flattening the coronavirus curve."
If only the science were that simple. In today's featured article, we report on compelling research from 2018 published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface that predicts a counterintuitive worsening of disease outcomes and the size of epidemics as a result of social distancing measures.
I believe we have a right and even obligation to question health policy decisions and proclamations by elected officials and private and public health authorities when evidence is either lacking or contradictory, and when their implementation is having dire consequences to our socioeconomic, physical and psychological health and well-being, as well as to our civil liberties.
If you are interested in going deeper into these topics, visit QuestioiningCovid.com -- a place where "Clinicians, Researchers, & Health Experts from Around the World Interrogating the Mainstream Narrative Around the Pandemic."
Also, please learn more about our campaign with Stand for Health Freedom to educate mayors and governors about coronavirus facts and statistics which many are unaware of.
Thanks for your interest in our work!
QuestioiningCovid.com -- a place where "Clinicians, Researchers, & Health Experts from Around the World Interrogating the Mainstream Narrative Around the Pandemic."