Governments in Western countries must end the draconian Covid-19 lockdowns and low-risk people must be allowed to “resume life more or less normally,” according to leading epidemiologists from the world’s top universities including Harvard, Stanford and Oxford.
On Monday top international epidemiologists Dr. Martin Kulldorff from Harvard, Dr. Sunetra Gupta from Oxford and Dr. Jayanta Bhattacharya from Stanford joined Laura Ingraham on The Ingraham Angle to announce their latest initiative to reopen society and resume life in the West for those who are not vulnerable to the coronavirus.
“Most of my colleagues in infectious disease are in favor of risk-based strategy or an age-based strategy where we protect the elderly or other high risk groups while the younger resume life more or less normally.”
Over 1700 medical health and public health scientists who have co-signed the declaration as well as practicing medical professionals.
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— Martin Kulldorff (@MartinKulldorff) October 5, 2020
“Ingraham Angle” host Laura Ingraham insisted back in July that any new executive orders and restrictions pitched as helping to contain the coronavirus pandemic should receive full scrutiny from legislators and the public.
Ingraham noted that some recommendations and guidance from both elected officials and medical professionals have been directly contradicted within a matter of months.
“Back in January, [the CDC] recommended against masks and Dr. [Anthony] Fauci repeated that guidance in March …” Ingraham said by way of example. “Now, he explained his mask flip and he’s in favor of them, saying those comments initially [were] motivated [by] concern for saving masks for health care workers.
“Facebook, by the way, now flags the old interview with Fauci as ‘false information,'” she added.
The host noted that many governors have claimed masking up is almost a patriotic duty and some commentators have called for a national mask mandate. In some parts of the U.S., people have been ostracized or even assaulted for not following state executive edicts on wearing masks.