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UnHerd Video: Oxford epidemiologists: suppression strategy is not viable

From UnHerd “UnHerd is booming. I don’t know how many online publications have seen their traffic increase nearly *threefold* over the past twelve months, but UnHerd must be one of the fastest growing in the UK. It has become a go-to source of original and fearless thinking – and that’s more needed than ever.” Read…

Oxford: ‘There Is No Scientific Evidence For COVID Two Metre Rule’

While other countries and societies are getting back to life as normal, in Britain, the social distancing folly continues. For whatever reason, UK government officials seem desperate to cling to the crisis, and impose new restrictions every week which are only really effective at one thing: hampering business and trade. Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains confused on…

Coronavirus vaccine breakthrough: Britain to be fully vaccinated by Christmas, says Oxford

A VACCINE update has prompted excitement after the leader of the Oxford University coronavirus trials confirmed that the entire British population could be vaccinated by the end of the year. A coronavirus vaccine could possibly be available by Autumn, according to Oxford University trial leader, Sir John Bell. When asked by what time he thought the entire…

Italy, Germany, France & Netherlands sign deal for up to 400 million Oxford Covid-19 vaccines – Italian health minister

Four EU countries have signed a contract with pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to produce enough Oxford University vaccines to rid the continent of Covid-19 infections, the Italian health minister said. Under the agreement, British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca will produce up to 400 million doses of the vaccine, which is enough for “the whole population of Europe,” Roberto Speranza wrote on…

Doubts over Oxford vaccine as it fails to stop coronavirus in animal trials

The Oxford University vaccine tipped as a “front runner” in the race to develop a coronavirus jab does not stop the virus in monkeys and may only be partially effective, experts have warned. A trial of the vaccine in rhesus macaque monkeys did not stop the animals from catching the virus and has raised questions about the…