What Did Our Government Do Wrong in Responding to the Chi Com Virus? Answer: Just About Everything | Beaufort County Now | Governments around the world say they are following 'The Science' with their draconian measures to stem the spread of the virus. But the science around Covid-19 is bitterly contested.

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What Did Our Government Do Wrong in Responding to the Chi Com Virus? Answer: Just About Everything

Publisher's note: Hindsight is said to be 20/20. Whether that is true or not, anytime a major event occurs it is important to study what happened, what did not happen and try to determine what was done wrong. When it comes to Covid-19 the answer to that question is: Almost everything. And nowhere was that more obvious than in the State of North Carolina.

But read this interview and decide for yourself.


    Governments around the world say they are following 'The Science' with their draconian measures to stem the spread of the virus. But the science around Covid-19 is bitterly contested. Many experts have serious doubts about the effectiveness of the measures, and argue that our outsized fears of Covid-19 are not justified. Knut Wittkowski is one such expert who has long argued for a change of course. For 20 years, Wittkowski was the head of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design at The Rockefeller University's Center for Clinical and Translational Science. spiked spoke to him to find out more about the pandemic.

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    Read the full interview HERE on spiked.
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