COVID-19 pandemic

I spoke with John Batchelor on-air recently about the important topic of the ongoing measles outbreak in the U.S.
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has evolved continually, and sometimes drastically, since the appearance of the original “Wuhan strain” three years ago.
We should begin with the words of a noted epidemiologist, Mike Tyson, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.”
The study looks at an existing system put in place in Austin, Texas, in May 2020. Greater Austin has about 2.2 million people, and much of Texas saw the spike in COVID-19 several months after the initial pandemic hotspots in the Northeast.
The authority of public health officials, particularly concerning communicable disease, has long been predicated upon a decision made by the Supreme Court in 1905, Jacobson v. Massachusetts.
Cameron English’s article on declining trust in federal public health agencies noted that the gene
Before jumping into the study, let’s take a moment to talk about R0, that standard measure of infectious transmission.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released provisional mortality data[1] by cause, age, and race for 2020 that facilitates assessing “exc
“The pandemic today is almost unrecognizably different. In the United States, an acute, terrifying catastrophe has given way to the monotony of lowered expectations. There are no makeshift morgues in the streets.
“As the pandemic engulfed the world during the past several months, I kept r