by UnHerd
Wednesday, 13
May 2020
Video
12:45

The case for lockdowns

Dr Natalie Dean, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at University of Florida, has been one of the most prominent voices in the US media arguing in favour of continued lockdowns. She co-authored a piece in The New York Times which argued that a ‘herd immunity’ strategy would cost millions of lives. Freddie Sayers challenges her on how she can be so sure…

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  • May 25, 2020
    This lady is cringeworthy -- a good example of the collapse of the so-called "expert" class. She cannot quite manage to conceal her dark hope that Sweden will be judged a failure. A true scientist would be fascinated by the contrast offered between the Swedish way and everybody else's. Why are... Read more

  • May 21, 2020
    This interview really misses a ton of elephants in the room: FL is suburban sprawl. Our public transport is terrible and almost everyone has a car. It's just not going to spread nearly as quickly in FL as it will in the UK, Europe, or NYC. Ferguson's model for the U.S. was wildly pessimistic for... Read more

  • May 21, 2020
    @[email protected]:disqus ICU admissions in Sweden appear to be down because fewer incoming covid patients are admitted to ICUs. Deaths per ICU session are also steadily rising. My guess is they've stopped intubating as many people, as is trending around the world.... Read more

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