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"When I sit in the tube on the way to and from work, it is packed with people. Maybe 1 in 100 [is wearing] a face mask in public. In Stockholm, life is largely back to normal. ... [On] the front pages of the tabloids, on many days there isn’t a single mention of covid anywhere."
Swedish ER doctor: "in August ... I hadn’t seen a single covid patient in over a month. I speculated that Sweden had developed herd immunity ... [Now] I haven’t seen a single covid patient in the Emergency Room in over two and a half months." https://t.co/nwSv91ZIEj
I was thinking about life extension technology and how I have become more pessimistic about it since 2007/8 when I first heard about it. I still check @LauraDeming 's twitter to keep tabs on it though. Here's my take on the problem [thread] https://t.co/CV638Io5tq
Thinking through the implications of life extension technology for the US Sup Ct https://t.co/18TX8FF2Mf
🇸🇪 vs 🇬🇧 government epidemiologists in 2 charts: Swedish epidemiologists have 3 scenarios: 1. No second wave 2. Additional smaller waves 3. Even spread British epidemiologists have only one scenario: ☠️ Exponential growth! ☠️ They learned nothing from mistakes of 1st wave... https://t.co/NmUiPbMn6A
Discouraging to see UK still fixated with flawed exponential growth models. https://t.co/9Ou54qNJfZ
🇸🇪 currently with 19 ICU beds occupied due to #covid19 in the entire country. Most regions are at similar levels as previous week. We see slight increase in two regions with a total of three patients each, namely Gävleborg and Örebro. NO ICU patients in 12 out of 21 regions! https://t.co/pMnmthWejI
Over the weekend I saw a widely-shared FB post-- 93k Shares and counting!-- drawing a very close connection, almost an equation, between the Jewish conception of justice or righteousness and RBG's moral-political-constitutional vision. At the same time, an Amy Coney Barrett 1/
@f98froh @gronvita @ianbirrell @AlistairHaimes @BBCr4today @JoacimRocklov In our April 25th interview he told me: “I think we’re going to see their daily deaths increase day by day. It is clearly a decision for the Swedish government whether they wish to tolerate that.” Didn’t happen.
Checking Neil Ferguson’s April 25 prediction for Sweden. https://t.co/74z4lP2rZm
That said, the toy example illustrates that population-wide 'social distancing' and lockdowns are not necessarily the most effective strategies to minimise the death toll of #COVID19, even when ignoring the collateral damage of invasive public health interventions. (9/9)
An important thread. Take 2 minutes. 👇 https://t.co/OUOmDLgfAi
In the United States, there is a now second front against lockdowns, from the left. Together with fellow Harvard infectious disease epidemiologist @wkyih, I was interviewed by @NicoleAschoff in @jacobinmag, a progressive left magazine. Please RT. https://t.co/VnBEW7y8CU
"This is a very unpleasant virus but, for the great majority of people, not nearly so unpleasant that we should contemplate shutting down society to deal with it." - Mark Woolhouse, Chair of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, University of Edinburgh. https://t.co/deb10WJS9m
This should be understood as Parliament doing its job, not a "backlash". "Sir Graham Brady ... is planning to use this opportunity to amend this legislation to require ministers to put all new measures to a vote of MPs first." https://t.co/YTlq25McCK