08 October 2020 00:31
Article content Just a few days ago, three top notch epidemiologists from Harvard, Oxford and Stanford produced a declaration calling for an end to widespread COVID-19 lockdowns. Dr. Martin Kulldorff, Dr. Sunetra Gupta, and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya were the first to put their names to the important document they drafted labeled the Great Barrington Declaration. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. tap here to see other videos from our team. Try refreshing your browser, or EDITORIAL: The Great Barrington Declaration is a worthwhile document Back to video They were joined by 35 co-signers, highly credentialed medical experts from around the world – including Canada's Dr. Matthew Stauss, a critical care physician and assistant professor of medicine at Queen's University.
Then, after the declaration went public several several days ago, ten of thousands of people, a few thousand apparently doctors, have co-signed the document. The tallies continue to grow. Every day it seems more and more medical experts are stepping forward to say no to strict lockdowns and call for smarter, more data driven approaches that protect the vulnerable but set low-risk categories of people free.