Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, an epidemiologist and lung disease specialist, explains coronavirus testing.
Update 16 December 2020: This video has been censored from YouTube. An archived mirror is available below.
- Professor John Ashton accuses No 10 of relying on a ‘little clique’ of researchers
- He also accused Downing Street of failing to consult a wider pool of academics
- Professor Neil Ferguson and team forecast 250,000 UK deaths with no lockdown
Note: The original video has been censored from YouTube. You may find an archive on Bitchute:
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The World Bank’s COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Program (SPRP) was set to run from 2020 – 2025.
On March 3, 2020, the Board of Executive Directors endorsed the World Bank Group (WBG) to take urgent action supporting client countries’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is no evidence to support the wearing of surgical masks by healthcare workers for close patient encounters and staff meetings, according to new official guidance.
The guidance was issued by Health Service Executive clinical lead on infection control Prof Martin Cormican in response to moves towards routine wearing of face masks by a number of hospitals.
One Dublin hospital last week advised staff they should wear surgical masks for all patient encounters and meetings between staff where social distancing of at two metres cannot be maintained.
…While acknowledging many staff are fearful for their own health and the wearing of masks provides “a sense of security for many people” Prof Cormican said the recommendation to use three, or two, masks during a shift is “likely to be counterproductive”.