In this article for The Atlantic, author Ed Yong collates statements from several experts to help us make sense of the reported mutations in SARS-COV-2. He also explores the impact of the April research released by scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory claiming the emergence of a more transmissible form of the new coronavirus. Several experts think […]
Alison Boast, Alasdair Munro, and Henry Goldstein has reviewed 319 scientific studies related to children and COVID-19. From their research, they have discovered the following: Very few children have COVID-19. This trend is true for many countries around the world and is confirmed by testing in South Korea, Iceland, and the Italian town of Vo. […]
It has been three months since the pandemic has been declared, what do we now know about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19? Integrating information from the many researches being done around the world, authors from the Swiss Policy Research offer a more objective picture of the state of the coronavirus pandemic. They show us that there is […]
In a video statement released by the World Health Organization yesterday, June 8, 2020, it said that asymptomatic spread is very rare. According to Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, head of WHO’s emerging diseases and zoonosis unit, this finding has several policy implications. In light of this discovery, Dr. Van Kerkhove says that the more important […]
In this article for The Telegraph, virologist Hugh Pennington says that there is no evidence that can support the possibility of a second wave of coronavirus cases. He says that the notion emerged due to the Spanish flu, the Asian flu, and the swine flu, but the coronavirus is very different. Pennington adds that coronavirus occurs […]
On April 16, 2020, Kevin’s Galalae of the Center of Global Consciousness released a document which summarized 102 articles which showed that the panic surrounding COVID-19 is baseless. Galalae looks at anomalies to the recording of COVID-19 deaths, as well as the data showing that most of those infected by the new coronavirus are symptom-free. […]
In this interview published by Ratical, epidemiologist Dr. Knut Wittkowski talks about the nature of the novel coronavirus, how similar its characteristics and outcomes are from coronaviruses of the past, as well as the implications of its differences. Wittkowski also asserts that containment (lockdowns) of low risk individuals could lead to a second wave of infections. […]
What is COVID-19 and how can we protect ourselves from infection?
In this 19-minute podcast, we get a glimpse of what happens to the human body when it gets infected by the SARS-COV-2.