“A response to Curtis Yarvin on the pandemic” – Neoreactionary blogger Curtis Yarven has recently doubled-down on his support for ‘zero-Covid’, with the arguments and talking points he expresses challenged by Dr. Noah Smith in his latest Substack update.
“Always winter, never Christmas: life in the bio-security state” – “The people of this country, whose ancestors gave their lives in the preservation of liberty, will be further moulded into the bio-security state,” writes Luke Perry, who examines the continuous intensification of Covid restrictions in Bournbrook Magazine.
“Chris Whitty: Prepare for another 18 months of Covid chaos” – England’s Chief Medical Officer said he expects a universal jab to be ready at some point in mid-2023. But he admitted that in the meantime, ministers will have to rely on a mix of social curbs and boosters, reports MailOnline.
“It’s time to abolish ‘emergency’ Covid powers” – “We need to claw back all the power seized by various institutions in the name of emergency. When that’s done, we need a searching inquiry into how the power was exercised,” writes Glenn Reynolds in the New York Post.
“Why Omicron may not lead to a surge in hospitalisations” – “For the moment there is little sign of a bulge in hospitalisations – and every reason, from the South African experience, to hope that the outcome will not be nearly as gloomy as last night’s press conference would suggest,” writes Ross Clark in the Spectator.
“Presenting the case for Vitamin D” – “Vitamin D can improve immune functioning and suppress the inflammatory cytokine response, particularly important for Covid, while low vitamin D levels predispose us to increased risk of respiratory tract infections and pneumonia,” writes HART.
“Fauci says Christmas parties can go ahead – for now” – Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday that fully vaccinated people “could still enjoy a social gathering generally in a home”, but advised people to be careful in large indoor public spaces, reports the Mail.
“Don’t cancel Christmas again” – Dr. Roland Salmon speaks to Talkradio about why the Government must not cancel Christmas again: “I don’t think personal restrictions have delivered anything in public health terms. The impact of lockdown on the data is less dramatic than our mathematically inclined colleagues predict.”