COVID-19 & Mitigations

Total 8 Posts

COVID-19 is an airborne hazard – we need to treat it as such.

2 min read
Focusing mainly on therapeutics and vaccines, without attempting prevention of transmission at a population level, is flawed public health.

Eight changes the world needs to make to live with COVID.

5 min read
There is no going back to a pre-pandemic normal – only forward to a new one. The world pre-2020 no longer exists.

You don’t end a pandemic simply by declaring it over.

7 min read
The views of experts and health professionals on the Omicron variant, the government’s handling of the situation, and the lack of mitigations in schools as the NHS struggles to cope with the crisis...

Why transmission among the triple-vaxxed shouldn’t alarm you.

5 min read
Why breakthrough infections in people who have had three jabs shouldn’t alarm you. And why vaccination and protective measures, such as more face mask use, greater testing, and better ventilation, all have an important part to play.

Schools are stuck in 2020 too.

6 min read
It’s a new year. But it somehow still feels like 2020 too. We know so much more about COVID yet we are still having the same conversations we had in 2020, Stephanie Salgado writes.

Omicron variant – Signs so far suggest the potential threat is high.

7 min read
Given the potential threat of Omicron, it makes sense to assume a worst-case scenario and plan for this, rather than respond too late.

Covid in the UK is the worst it has ever been. What’s the government doing?

5 min read
The latest REACT-1 study shows what many experts and health professionals feared would happen in the UK without mitigations: a higher number of infections in households with children is driving the rise of infection in the 65+ age group. Analysis of the REACT-1 study results by Dr Deepti Gurdasani.
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