The Silliness of the Epidemiologists | National Review

The Silliness of the Epidemiologists | National Review

The New York Times has been surveying epidemiologists about their behavior during the pandemic and reporting the results, presumably so the rest of us can use these knowing experts as a guide. Instead the paper has revealed how incredibly risk-averse and ridiculous epidemiologists are. Indeed, a minority of them still seem to be in full-on crazy lockdown mode even as The Science reveals certain situations to be safe and vaccines eliminate most other risks.

Earlier this month, for example, the Times asked which activities these folks either had done in the past 30 days, or would be willing to do if necessary. Eight





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Tony Beasley
Tony Beasley writes for the Local News, US and the World Section of ANH.