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Professor Stanford School of Medicine. MD, PhD. Health policy: infectious diseases, covid, health economics. Scientific freedom.

Stanford, CA, USA
Joined August 2021
Mortality from #COVID19 differs more than a thousand-fold between the old and young. Focused protection is the compassionate approach that balances COVID risks and collateral damage to public health. gbdeclaration.org/
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Gavin Newsom signed a bill designed to limit doctor’s speech and potentially punish them for the crime of disagreeing with COVID “consensus” It’s almost impossible to be more of a hypocrite than he is
The @GOP version of “freedom”: - ban books - limit speech - live in fear of gun violence - take away your healthcare decisions
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Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is defending new rules ordering schools to provide in-person learning during the current wave of viral illnesses, saying a clear, measured response is crucial for students and parents. cbc.ca/1.6665023
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Do any healthy adults need to swab their noses in order to attend work tomorrow, or are we still punishing children exclusively?
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It was amazing to watch Fauci defend lockdowns just this past Wednesday on the grounds that China had “successfully” contained the virus through them. No humility, no ability to admit wrongdoing: just sheer arrogance and certitude that everything he did was warranted
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Freedom isn't safe.
Words can be weapons. Hate speech online can lead to cruelty & violence in real life. Get tips for how you can say #NoToHate: un.org/en/hate-speech/take-a…
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Please enjoy this lighthearted conversation with the inimitable @nfergus about DOOM! ⇨ Is doom always a political result? ⇨ Could COVID have been averted? ⇨ Why did our institutions fail?⇨ Killer apps for civilization ⇨ How has science done? invidious.fdn.fr/oKBT1FiOR4M
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#Honk for China!!
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This is wrong. The unavoidable downside of the severe restrictions on freedom required for zero COVID is that those people who are so confined will be less able to escape a disaster. People dying in a fire is a horrific unintended but predictable consequence of ZeroCOVID.
Oh come on. What’s going on in China has little to do with anywhere else. It’s not even remotely comparable. People died in a fire with sealed shut door. This is disrespectful to the bravery and suffering of people in China. Let’s get a grip, out of respect if nothing else.
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Oh and #HONK for freedom.
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President Xi has formally requested Canada's help to suppress the #ChinaUprising. China is an inspiration for my Government, so I'm happy to help. I'll be sending Stompy the horse, along with his colleagues Thumper and Tramples, to flatten the protestors and grandmothers.
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Justin Trudeau declared a state of emergency when faced with anti-lockdown / anti-mandate protestors. He seized the bank accounts of people donating to the protestors. The Chinese people are protesting zero-covid. I hope Xi Jingping does not follow the Canadian example. #honk
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The guy who shut down schools, beaches, small businesses and playgrounds has thoughts about freedom
The @GOP version of “freedom”: - ban books - limit speech - live in fear of gun violence - take away your healthcare decisions
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I’m in Beijing at the scene of the protest. Mostly young people. They’re chanting no to Covid tests and yes to freedom. Large police presence. Also people hold white papers like in Shanghai - symbolic protest against censorship. Lots of honking cars in solidarity nitter.fdn.fr/i/web/status/159…
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Ah, now they admit that arresting people for “public health” to “stop the spread of Covid” is bad. Well of course it’s bad when the CCP does it, but it was FOLLOWING SCIENCE when Western governments did it? Nobody — journalist or otherwise — should be treated like this!!
BBC Statement on Ed Lawrence
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Reminders of facts known since 2020: possibility of "Zero Covid" isn't supported by data.. Would lead to destruction of our democratic society, immense harms to most vulnerable.. Say no to anti-human CCP ideology. Lockdowns kill.
"Possibility of 'Zero Covid' isn't supported by data.. Would lead to destruction of our democratic society, immense harms to most vulnerable & inability to get to goal they're advocating for.. We need to learn to live with Covid" @dockaurG Full Interview invidious.fdn.fr/dIJZ424_AZk
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Remember everyone who praised the CCP’s Covid response, called to replicate it here, and never apologized
This is the horrific fire in Urumqi where residents burned alive under the CCP’s terror lockdowns
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China's Protests Should Remind Us that Many American Academics WANTED Zero COVID Full video on Youtube invidious.fdn.fr/sRzfmuAmGKc
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This is dead wrong. What’s going on in China is absolutely related. It may be different in degree, but not in kind. And that’s the point. When you reason—like Covidians everywhere did—from the “greatness” of the goal to the permissibility of the means, you’ve given up the ground
Oh come on. What’s going on in China has little to do with anywhere else. It’s not even remotely comparable. People died in a fire with sealed shut door. This is disrespectful to the bravery and suffering of people in China. Let’s get a grip, out of respect if nothing else.
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Astonishingly, Fauci is still pushing school closures conditional on community disease spread. There is no public health or scientific justification for it. The kids have suffered enough.
“Coming out of the holidays, should parents expect schools to shut down?” FAUCI: "I don't know, Margaret. I'm not sure.”
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"It’s an open question why the CCP remains so dedicated to Zero Covid... But in the meantime, it’s worth remembering who it was exactly who advocated these insane Zero Covid lockdown policies... Our own media elites and health officials." --Michael Senger michaelpsenger.substack.com/…
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