Important Perspective on COVID-19

In this important interview, Professor Ioannidis from Stanford presents an unbiased and evidence-based assessment of where we currently stand with COVID-19. I strongly believe that the general public’s level of comprehension is vital for the future of our planet.

You do not need to be an infectious disease specialist to be able to understand what Professor Ioannidis explains in detail, nor do you need to be a scientist to read and interpret a scientific paper. I habitually teach and lecture about the strengths and limitations of different types of studies, so that my clients can feel empowered and confident with the information they receive.

Becoming a better consumer of information has perhaps never been as important as it is today.

Marc Jaoudé
Markito Fitness & Nutrition

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2 Responses

  1. Thank you so much for this article. It just shows how badly this has been handled around the world. Economies are collapsing as we write and read here. Our farmers in the UK are reporting the lack of seasonal workers arriving due the scare. How are we all going to feed ourselves in two month’s time? No amount of hoarding will bring fresh vegetables and fruits on your table.
    This needs to be really thought through fast and clearly. Media need to be banned from reporting anything for two weeks and you will see the difference.

    1. Absolutely Sushma, proper reporting is so important. People must be able to trust science, something that is harder to do if reporters keep misrepresenting the information.

      Quarantining strategies, when not executed with widespread testing, have historically resulted in second and more waves that were worst than the first. 18 months of isolating and then having people line up for a new, poorly tested vaccine may not be the ideal path forward. We need accurate data to implement our strategies- and to set us up for long term success.

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