Public health expert: Lockdowns are the single biggest mistake in public health history | NaturalNews.com

Monday, August 30, 2021 by: Nolan Barton

(Natural News) Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a Stanford University Medical School epidemiologist and public health expert, has said in a recent interview that “lockdowns are the single biggest mistake in public health history.”

“I don’t see how anyone can look at lockdown and say there was successful policy,” said Bhattacharya. “We have had lockdowns in country after country after country. I don’t think by any measure you can call them a success.”

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Harvard & Stanford Medical Professors Strongly Condemn “Vaccine Passports” | Collective Evolution – April 10, 2021

What Happened: Dr. Martin Kulldorff, a Harvard medical professor, epidemiologist and vaccine expert alongside Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, (two founding members of The Great Barrington Declaration) a physician and professor at Stanford Medical school recently published a piece in the Wall Street Journal condemning the idea of vaccine passports, a measure that seems to be gaining traction…Read more

Harvard & Stanford Medical Professors Strongly Condemn “Vaccine Passports” — Collective Evolution

Are We Being Told The Truth About COVID-19? Professor Sucharit Bhakdi | Collective Evolution

Collective Evolution | By Arjun Walia – December 7, 2020

IN BRIEF
  • The Facts: Below is an interview with renowned scientist Dr.Sucharit Bhakdi discussing the COVID-19 pandemic. He’s one of many scientists who believe measures being taken to combat the virus are completely unnecessary and very harmful in many ways.
  • Reflect On: Why are so many doctors and scientists who oppose the mainstream narrative being censored by social media platforms, ridiculed, and labelled “conspiracy theorists?” What’s going on here?

What Happened:

Read more & video(1:01:17): “Are We Being Told the Truth About COVID-19? | Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi” via Collective Evolution