Nick Hudson | March 2021
PANDA (Pandemics – data and analysis) is a multidisciplinary group seeking to inform policy. It is a collective of leading scientists, actuaries, economists, data scientists, statisticians, medical professionals, lawyers, engineers, and businesspeople working as a collective to replace bad science with good science.
Their key principles are that lockdowns run contrary to pre-COVID science (endorsed by the WHO and other medical bodies), that imposing restrictions on healthy people runs contrary to pre-COVID science, that poor countries and poor people within society are the worst affected by lockdowns, that it is questionable whether virus can be controlled at all (without having to completely isolate a nation for a very long time), and that implementing focused protection would provide the best natural outcome.
PANDA’s scientific advisory board includes some of the most renowned names in infectious diseases and epidemiology, such as Scott W. Atlas, Sucharit Bhakdi, Jay Bhattacharya, Sunetra Gupta, Scott Jensen, Martin Kulldorff, Michael Levitt, Paul E Peterson, Ellen Townsend, Michael Yeadon, and many others, some of whom have to be members in a “cryptic way” due to the controversially.
Nick Hudson is a co-founder of PANDA.
PANDA website: https://www.pandata.org/